Reading Time: 4 minutes Seattle Mariners 2016 International Free Agent signee Robert Perez Jr. had a breakout 2022 season split between Low-A Modesto and High-A Everett. The Venezuelan took his right-handed power down to the desert for the Arizona Fall League where he isFULL STORY

Reading Time: 21 minutes 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

Reading Time: 13 minutes 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

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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

Mark Wagner

Reading Time: 3 minutes 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

Reading Time: 5 minutes 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

Reading Time: 8 minutes 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

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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