Here’s how the Mariners’ farm system performed Tuesday:

Tacoma Rainiers (AAA)– Pacific Coast League

No. 9 Shed Long, 2B/3B/OF
TUE: DNP
2019: .273/.340/.477, 7-2B, 4-3B, 7 HR, 27 RBI, 18 BB, 45 SO


No. 10 Braden Bishop, CF
TUE: Recalled 6.2.2019 (IL)
2019: .293/.378/.500, 13-2B, 7 HR, 29 RBI, 21 BB, 38 SO, 2 SB


No. 11 Jake Fraley, OF
TUE: 1-5
2019: .307/.379/.538, 16-2B, 3-3B, 12 HR, 52 RBI, 25 BB, 59 SO, 17 SB


No. 22 Erik Swanson, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 6 G, 15.2 IP, 16 H, 5 R, 5 BB, 18 SO


No. 26 Gerson Bautista, RHR
TUE: DNP
2019: 10 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 4 BB, 15 SO, 3 WP


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No. 30 David McKay, RHR
TUE: DNP
2019: 21 G, 4.05 ERA, 33.1 IP, 24 H, 23 BB, 54 SO, 4.05 ERA


No. 32 Tim Lopes, 2B
TUE: 1-4, RBI, BB, SO, SB
2019: .290/.353/.435, 22-2B, 3B, 5 HR, 37 RBI, 26 BB, 55 SO, 19 SB


Arkansas Travelers (AA) — Texas League

No. 3 Justin Dunn, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 59 IP, 58 H, 24 ER, 18 BB, 72 SO, 3.66 ERA

Dunn tosses a scoreless inning for the North in the Texas League All-Star Game, allowing a hit and a walk while punching out two —  Dairon Blanco (OAK) looking and Luis Barrera (OAK) swinging.


No. 5 Justus Sheffield, LHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 67 IP, 71 H, 44 ER, 43 BB, 64 SO, 5.91 ERA

6.23.2019: Sheffield yielded eight hits Sunday — six of them singles — but did not walk a batter against nine strikeouts. He threw 64 of his 83 pitches for strikes and induced 15 whiffs.


No. 7 Kyle Lewis, OF
TUE: DNP
2019: .265/.367/.388, 14-2B, 2-3B, 4 HR, 39 RBI, 40 BB, 82 SO, 2 SB

6.23.2019: Lewis is 30-for-79 (.380) since May 30 with six doubles, a triple and a homer. During that span, he’s walked 15 times to go with 28 strikeouts.


No. 14 Evan White, 1B
TUE: DNP
2019: .298/.361/.480, 5-2B, 2-3B, 9 HR, 26 RBI, 18 BB, 48 SO, SB

White went 2-for-4 with an RBI double in his Texas League All-Star Game appearance Tuesday night. It was the only run the North scored in the contest.

Combined, since May 30, White and Lewis are 63-for-166 (.380) with a .441 OBP and .599 slugging percentage.


No. 20 Ricardo Sanchez, LHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 76 IP, 87 H, 37 ER, 21 BB, 73 SO, 4.38 ERA

Sanchez went 1.2 innings in the Texas League All-Star Game, allowing a run on two hits. He walked two.


No. 21 Dom Thompson-Williams, OF
TUE: DNP
2019: .238/.316/.417, 15-2B, 3-3B, 7 HR, 25 RBI, 24 BB, 71 SO, 13 SB


No. 27 Jake Haberer, RHR
TUE: DNP
2019: 23 G, 32 IP, 29 H, 19 BB, 45 SO, 5.91 ERA


No. 35 Wyatt Mills, RHR
TUE:
DNP
2019:
30.2 IP, 33 H, 16 ER, 12 BB, 31 SO, 3 SVS


No. 38 Luis Liberato, CF
TUE: DNP
2019: .280/.349/.423, 6-2B, 7 HR, 30 RBI, 20 BB, 49 SO, 4 SB


No. 39 Sam Delaplane, RHR
TUE: DNP
2019: 26 G, 39.1 IP, 23 H, 15 BB, 81 SO, 2 SVS

6.23.2019: Delaplane hasn’t allowed a run since June 1, spanning 7.2 innings, and has posted as many strikeouts as innings pitched in all 26 of his appearances in 2019. Furthermore, the right-hander has allowed more hits than strikeouts logged just once all season — May 12 versus Lancaster.

Delaplane’s probably ready for at least Triple-A and I’d be floored if he doesn’t see the big leagues within the next month or two.


UR Art Warren, RHR
TUE: DNP
2019: 14 G, 13.2 IP, 10 H, 2 ER, 5 BB, 19 SO


UR Donnie Walton, 2B/SS
TUE: DNP
2019: .315/.407/.444, 8-2B, 8 HR, 34 BB, 40 SO

Walton went 1-for-1 with a walk in the Texas League All-Star Game Tuesday. He scored on White’s double.


UR Darren McCaughan, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 14 GS, 2.73 ERA, 85.2 IP, 85 H, 7 BB, 71 SO

McCaughan pitched a scoreless first inning for the North in the Texas League All-Star Game. He allowed one hit and struck out Ivan Castillo (SD) swinging.


Modesto Nuts (A+) — California League (All-Star Break)

No. 1 Jarred Kelenic, OF
TUE: 0-4, 2 SO
2019: .297/.376/.561, 16-2B, 4-3B, 13 HR, 35 RBI, 28 BB, 58 SO, 10 SB


No. 2 Logan Gilbert, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 68.2 IP, 52 H, 16 ER, 14 BB, 91 SO, 2.28 ERA


No. 12 Cal Raleigh, C
TUE: 0-2, 2 BB
2019: .240/.313/.431, 18-2B, 10 HR, 44 RBI, 25 BB, 59 SO

Again, the triple-slash doesn’t look great but he has 18 extra-base hits in half a season and his wRC+ is above the league average.


No. 16 Ljay Newsome, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 15 GS, 82.2 IP, 86 H, 34 ER, 10 BB, 113 SO


No. 28 Joey Gerber, RHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 22 G, 22.2 IP, 15 H, 8 ER, 9 BB, 37 SO


UR Raymond Kerr, LHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 16 G, 10 GS, 58 IP, 65 H, 36 BB, 49 SO, 5.90 ERA

6.23.2019: Kerr hasn’t put up great traditional numbers since jumping into pro ball in 2017, but it’s time to start talking about him, and next month I’ll get a closer look in Modesto.

The 6-foot-3, 190-pound lefty sits 94-97 mph and has touched 99. He’s starting right now and has had problems throwing strikes consistently, and it’s not ideal he’s 24 years old and remains in Advanced-A.

But he got started late after spending time at Lassen Community College and the velocity alone is worth a mention, even if the upside resides in a relief role.


West Virginia Power (A) — South Atlantic League (All-Star Break)

No. 4 — Julio Rodriguez, OF
TUE: 1-6, 2 SO
2019: .333/.426/.469, 5-2B, 2 HR, 11 RBI, 10 BB, 120 SO


No. 36 Ryne Inman, RHS
TUE: 6 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 7 SO
2019: 15 GS, 75 IP, 60 H, 36 ER, 28 BB, 83 SO, 4.50 ERA


No. 40 Jake Anchia, C
TUE: 2-5, 2 RBI. 2 SO
2019: .235/.301/.430, 5-2B, 10 HR, 12 BB, 67 SO


UR Josias De Los Santos, RHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 10 G, 6 GS, 41.1 IP, 38 H, 15 BB, 32 SO, 4.57 ERA

Been getting hints De Los Santos needs to be in this discussion and since he pitched well Sunday it was the perfect time to introduce him to the Prospect Wrap.

He’s 20 on July 29, 6-foot-3, 180 pounds, loose arm, consistently and comfortably in the upper 80s, touches the low-90s, firm curveball and changeup.


Everett SquaSox (SS-A) — Northwest League

No. 6 George Kirby, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019:


No. 15 Brandon Williamson, LHS
TUE: DNP
2019:


No. 18 Carter Bins, C
TUE: 0-1, SO
2019: 6-24, HR, 7 BB, 11 SO

6.24.2019: Bins hit his first long ball as a pro Monday.


No. 24 Austin Shenton, 3B
TUE: 2-2
2019: 12-for-36, 2-2B, 2 BB, 8 SO

Shenton was removed after a diving play in the fourth inning Tuesday.


No. 25 Damon Casetta-Stubbs, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 57.1 IP, 70 H, 37 ER, 17 BB, 51 SO, 6.27 ERA

Casetta-Stubbs has three straight quality outings, including his first two for Everett.


No. 34 Tim Elliott, RHS
TUE: 2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO
2019: 6 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 8 SO


No. 37 Jorge Benitez, LHS
TUE: 2 IP, 2 H, ER, 3 BB, 2 SO
2019: 10 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 7 BB, 6 SO


UR Kelvin Nunez, RHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 6.2 IP, 9 H, ER, BB, 5 SO

The 19-year-old Nunez is very interesting. He’s about 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds, but the arm action is easy and there’s natural sink to the fastball. He could end up being a ground ball rotation candidate.

Sunday, he fanned four and induced six ground ball outs versus just two through the air. He did allow three hard hit balls that were hit on a line or in the air, but each of them came in the first inning.


UR Robert Perez, 1B
TUE: 1-4, 2B, 2 SO
2019: .250/.315/.464, 4-2B, 3B, 4 HR, 12 RBI, 6 BB, 34 SO


UR Juan Then, RHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 4 IP, 4 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, SO


Arizona Mariners (R) — Arizona Rookie League

No. 19 Juan Querecuto, SS
TUE: DNP
2019: 1-11, 3 BB, 5 SO


No. 23 Levi Stoudt, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019:


No. 13 Isaiah Campbell, RHS
TUE: DNP
2019:

In 18 starts for Arkansas, the right-hander went 12-1 with a 2.13 ERA. He rung up 125 strikeouts versus 22 walks in 118 1/3 innings of work.

I’d be surprised if he throws more than a few innings somewhere this summer — which was the plan for Logan Gilbert last summer before he became ill. It’s entirely plausible Campbell will not make his pro debut until next spring.


No. 29 Brayan Perez, LHS
TUE: DNP
2019: 10 IP, 12 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 6 SO


No. 31 Ty Adcock, RHR
TUE: DNP
2019:


No. 33 Adam Macko, LHS
TUE: DNP
2019:


UR Tyler Driver, RHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 5 SO

The Mariners’ 18th-round pick pitched well in his pro debut and despite the stat line, was again impressive Monday.


UR Osiris Castillo, UT
TUE: DNP
2019: 10-for-23 (.435), 2B, BB, 2 SO

Castillo has a chance to be a multi-position glove, though shortstop isn’t likely to be one of them. He’s a switch hitter with a more polished left-handed swing.


UR Danny Chang, LHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 4 IP, 3 H, ER, 0 BB, 8 SO

6.22.2019: Chang signed as Jin-Yu Chang and has upside, including a potential big-league curveball and projectable frame. He turned 19 in February.


UR Blake Townsend, LHP
TUE: DNP
2019: 5.1 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 0 BB, 8 SO

6.22.2019: Townsend signed in the same late international class as Chang as part of what the Mariners dug up with excess pool money two winters ago when Shoehei Ohtani chose the Angels.

The lefty oozes physical projection at 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds. He just turned 18 in April and has worked with fellow Australian Ryan Rowland-Smith (and his training group), which can’t be a bad thing.


DSL Mariners (R)

No. 8 Noelvi Marte, SS
TUE: 1-2, 2B, BB, SO
2019: .290/.354/.493, 4-2B, 2-3B, 2 HR, 13 RBI, 8 BB, 19 SO, 6 SB

Marte has had some defensive issue at shortstop — rushing transfers and throws — but he’s the best combo of impact speed and raw power in the system.

Marte will not be 18 until October, so like with Julio Rodriguez last year Marte is on pace to hit the states for full-season ball in 2020.

Jason A. Churchill

Churchill founded Prospect Insider in 2006 after getting his start at InsidethePark.com. He spent several years covering prep, college and pro sports for various newspapers, including The News Tribune and Seattle PI.

Jason spent 4 1/2 years at ESPN and two years at CBS Radio prior to joining HERO Sports in July, 2016.

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