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. Here some of the most recent No. 13 picks in the draft:

2018 — Connor Scott, OF
2017 — Trevor Rogers, LHP
2016 — Josh Lowe, 3B
2015 — Garrett Whitley, OF
2014 — Trea Turner, SS
2013 — Hunter Renfroe, OF
2012 — Courtney Hawkins, OF
2011 — Brandon Nimmo, OF

Here are the best No. 13 picks of all time, by bWAR:

Manny Ramirez, 3B — 1991
Chris Sale, LHP — 2010
Paul Konerko, 3B — 1994
Frank Tanana, LHP — 1971
Garry Templeton, SS — 1974

No Team GB PCT
1 Miami .256
2 Kansas City 3 .341
3 Baltimore 3.5 .350
4 Washington 5.5 .400
4 Toronto 5.5 .400
6 San Francisco 6.5 .425
7 Cincinnati 7 .439
7 Oakland 7 .442
9 Texas 7.5 .447
10 Detroit 8 .462
11 Colorado 8.5 .475
11 Chicago (AL) 8.5 .475
13 Seattle 8.5 .477
14 New York (NL) 9 .487
15 Los Angeles (AL) 9 .488
16 Atlanta 10 .512
17 Cleveland 10.5 .525
18 Pittsburgh 10.5 .526
19 St. Louis 11 .537
19 San Diego 11 .537
19 Boston 11 .537
22 Arizona 11.5 .548
23 Milwaukee 12 .558
24 New York (AL) 13.5 .600
24 Philadelphia 13.5 .600
26 Tampa Bay 14 .615
27 Minnesota 14.5 .625
28 Los Angeles (NL) 15 .628
29 Chicago (NL) 14.5 .632
30 Houston 15.5 .643

Jason A. Churchill

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