Reading Time: 6 minutes The Seattle Mariners have completed the process of their 2020 MLB Draft class by signing all six players, including top picks Emerson Hancock and Zach DeLoach. It’s clear at this stage the Mariners didn’t punt parts of the draft asFULL STORY

Reading Time: 7 minutes With this year’s MLB Draft being just five rounds, it’s quite easy to go through the entire set, check my board and lay out best-case, worst-case scenarios for all six Seattle Mariners picks. So, that’s exactly what I did. Note:FULL STORY

Reading Time: 5 minutes One common theme building around the ‘sphere is the Seattle Mariners should prefer the player with the most upside at No. 6 overall in the 2020 MLB Draft, and that Louisville left-hander Reid Detmers doesn’t meet the standard, particularly whenFULL STORY

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ll have at least one other update before Draft Day as I continue to gather info, and may get to 100-150 players. NOTES This is a player ranking, not a mock draft A player not being on the Top 50FULL STORY

Reading Time: 9 minutes Photo: Cody Bellinger (35) & Corey Seager (5), who both could have been Mariners had Seattle drafted perfectly throughout the years. 2020 MLB Draft: Top 20 Prospects Draft History: Every Teams Best Unsigned Pick The Seattle Mariners haven’t won a thing sinceFULL STORY

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Seattle Mariners 2020 MLB Draft pick is in good shape as of May 13, 2019. Here’s the draft order if the season were to end before Tuesday’s games. Entering Tuesday, the Mariners sit in the No. 13 spot. HereFULL STORY

Reading Time: < 1 minute At the conclusion of Sunday’s game we learned the frozen first-round order for the 2018 MLB Draft. Seattle will select No. 14 overall. Reminder: First-round picks are no longer attached to free agents. For a list of the top prospectsFULL STORY