Sam Carlson, Seattle Mariners

Until February 20, 2022, this feature is only available to Rookie & up Baseball Things subscribers. Click Here to become a subscriber. NOTE: Overall Future Potential (OFP), is not a prediction of where the player will land when all isFULL STORY

Until February 20, 2022, this feature is only available to Rookie & up Baseball Things subscribers. Click Here to become a subscriber. Looking three seasons ahead, the Seattle Mariners will likely receive even more assistance from the farm system. Let’sFULL STORY

Until February 20, 2022, this feature is only available to Rookie & up Baseball Things subscribers. Click Here to become a subscriber. Michael Limoncelli, RHP | 5.20.00 | 6-2 / 190 The 6th-round pick from the 2019 class has fullyFULL STORY

Pedro D’costa, RHP | 5.22.03 | 6-1/ 185 D’costa has made just one appearance in pro ball, but it was a 25-pitch outing covering 2.2 innings last summer in the DSL where he fanned four versus one base on ballsFULL STORY

Looking at the latest baseball odds reflects just two teams left in the dance. Atlanta and Houston have a lot in common. The most telling commonality is pitching. Depth, in particular. Prospect Insider’s Luke Arkins drew it up as wellFULL STORY

As astutely and accurately demonstrated here by Luke Arkins, the Seattle Mariners struggled to score runs with any reasonable consistency in 2021, and it led to an inordinate — and ultimately unsustainable — rate of close games the club’s bullpenFULL STORY

The Seattle Mariners 2021 Draft class is developing into a very nice haul. It’s expected their top three picks all will sign, and through Monday had officially signed 14 of their top 20 selections for under $1.6 million, or 18.6%FULL STORY