Reading Time: 26 minutes In the 20 years I’ve now ranked Mariners prospects (yep, 20) I’ve never had more fun than I did with this group. A year ago, there were over 70 prospects in the system with big-league traits. This winter, there areFULL STORY

Reading Time: 16 minutes It’s Prospect Season. Joe Doyle is the MLB Draft Director for ProspectsLive and host of the new MLB Draft Podcast ‘Over-Slot’. Follow Joe on Twitter here. The Seattle Mariners farm system has taken a hit over the last few yearsFULL 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

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Reading Time: 12 minutes Here’s the new Top 25. Notes Taylor Trammell, Jake Fraley, Robert Dugger, and Anthony Misiewicz have graduated and no longer qualify. As always, this is not a ranking of the most likely players to make the majors, to stay inFULL STORY

Reading Time: 4 minutes POSTED: No. 3 — Emerson Hancock, RHP POSTED: No. 4 — Logan Gilbert, RHP POSTED: No. 5 — Noelvi Marte, SS/3B POSTED: 6-11 — Three arms, a speedy outfielder, and the catcher POSTED: 11-20 — Upside and heat POSTED: 21-30 — HighlightedFULL STORY