While I rail on the fact prospect rankings do not carry inherent value, they can serve one very partcular functional purpose, and that’s to sort the value in a club’s farm system. Of course, these rankings are subjective, do not reflect the evaluations ofFULL STORY

With several premium talents having graduated over the past 15 months, the Seattle Mariners’ farm system is looking a lot different. Here is my update on the system that has produced Kyle Lewis, Julio Rodriguez, Cal Raleigh, George Kirby, andFULL STORY

Every day is a fun day down in the minors (except Mondays), but some stick out a little more than others. Sunday was one of those days. Here are the highlights: Ken Giles Sunday, Giles made his fifth appearance sinceFULL STORY

A lot happened in the minors Tuesday for the Seattle Mariners, including some season debuts… of sorts. Let’s dig. Modesto, A — California League Right-hander Sam Carlson made his season starting debut for the Nuts after starting 2022 in extendedFULL STORY

Baseball Things Rookie & Up Subscribers can access Top 30 Rankings, Best Tools, Projected 2025 Lineup, and 10 Sleeper Prospects, all published here at Prospect Insider, by using the password sent their Baseball Things inbox. If you’re not yet aFULL STORY

Until February 20, 2022, this feature is only available to Rookie & up Baseball Things subscribers. Click Here to become a subscriber. There was a time it was much more difficult to complete this entire list, let alone make theFULL STORY

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