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Mariners minor-league rosters

Post by Bob Dutton / The News Tribune on April 1, 2014 at 7:39 pm with 16 Comments »
April 2, 2014 10:27 am

Here are the tentative rosters for the Mariners’ four full-season minor-league clubs.

Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers

Right-handed pitchers (10): Logan Bawcom, Blake Beavan, James Gillheeney, Logan Kensing, Dominic Leone, Brandon Maurer, Zach Miner, Ramon Ramirez, Chance Ruffin and Carson Smith.

Left-handed pitchers (3): Anthony Fernandez, Nick Hill and Lucas Luetge.

Catchers (2): Humberto Quintero and Jesus Sucre.

Infielders (7): Ji-Man Choi, Nick Franklin, Ty Kelly, Jesus Montero, Gabriel Noriega, Chris Taylor and Nate Tenbrink.

Outfielders (3): Endy Chavez, Cole Gillespie and James Jones.

 

Double-A Jackson Generals

Right-handed pitchers (11): Jonathan Arias, David Colvin, Mayckol Guaipe, Moises Hernandez, Stephen Kohlscheen, Stephen Landazuri, Trevor Miller, Jordan Pries, Victor Sanchez, Stephen Shackleford and Richard Vargas.

Left-handed pitchers (2): Cameron Hobson and Jordan Shipers.

Catchers (2): Mike Dowd and John Hicks.

Infielders (7): Patrick Brady, Jack Marder, Ketel Marte, Nate Melendres, Ramon Morla, Daniel Paolini, and Mickey Wiswall.

Outfielders (4): Jamal Austin, Jabari Blash, Leon Landry and Kevin Rivers.

 

Hi-A High Desert Mavericks

Right-handed pitchers (9): Matt Anderson, Matt Brazis, Min-Sih Chen, Oliver Garcia, Blake Hauser, Seon Gi Kim, Andrew Kittredge, Jochi Ogando and Dylan Unsworth.

Left-handed pitchers (4): Scott Dececco, Will Mathis, Tyler Olson and Tyler Pike.

Catchers (2): Steven Baron and Tyler Marlette.

Infielders (6): Brock Hebert, Patrick Kivlehan, Jordy Lara, Tim Lopes, D.J. Peterson and Tyler Smith.

Outfielders (4): Gabriel Guerrero, Jabari Henry, Dario Pizzano and Travis Witherspoon.

 

Lo-A Clinton LumberKings

Right-handed pitchers (9): Mark Bordonaro, Tommy Burns, Ramire Cleto, Edwin Diaz, Blake Holovach, Lars Huijer, Carlos Misnell, Emilio Pagan and Rafael Pineda.

Left-handed pitchers (3): Eddie Campbell, Leoncio Munoz and Jakob Zokan.

Catchers (2): Christian Carmichael and Marcus Littlewood.

Infielders (7): Joe DeCarlo, Lonnie Kauppila, Martin Peguero, Jack Reinheimer, Justin Seager, Zach Shank and Jeff Zimmerman.

Outfielders (5): Aaron Barbosa, Ian Miller, Tyler O’Neill, Burt Reynolds, and Austin Wilson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leave a comment Comments → 16
  1. Austin Wilson at Clinton?

  2. Palerydr says:

    3 AAA Outfielders? Wonder if Franklin gets time there now?

  3. Wilson didn’t exactly tear it up at Everett last year. He started off pretty horribly and rebounded to have a decent season.

  4. wabubba67 says:

    Franklin better learn to be selective and hit a breaking ball.

  5. I’m glad we have had a total of zero blog entries since the opener. Good work TNT.

  6. Good point, Coach. If people are going to get in a habit of reading and posting here, now’s the time, before the M’s are mathematically eliminated by next month. (Sorry for the ingrained pessimism.) C’mon, Bob, let’s get something going!

  7. Did the M’s play some games this week?

  8. TNT, I understand that Seattle got tons of coverage (and subsequently, more blog activity) because of their outstanding season. That being said, as the main newspaper of the South Sound, you have a responsibility to the fans of the region’s only major league team to provide decent coverage. There are a lot of long-suffering M’s fans (like myself) that would like to get some additional insight into our team, like interviews with players and coaches, pre and postgame updates, etc. The only reason I subscribe to your dying newspaper is because of the sports section, and that is quickly approaching mediocrity. This blog has traditionally been a place for us to share our opinions and unfortunately, frustrations about our favorite team. If other Mariners blogs are the only place for me to do this, I will go ahead and cancel my subscription, because I will simply have no further use for the Tacoma News Tribune besides wrapping fish and starting campfires. While the season is very young, the team has more upside than any in recent memory, and at least pretending like you care about the fans and your customers would be nice. Thank you.

    Coach

  9. My first sentence was in reference to the Hawks, obviously.

  10. Rex97443 says:

    I agree Coach. The latest subscription renewal didn’t give me a choice to opt out of the so called electronic access,so if the coverage will be worse, I’ll gladly cancel my subscription. Don’t know why they hired Dutton, when they could just get a stringer to do this.

  11. Noesi still sucks. Who’d have thunk it?

    Why would you want to come here when you can simply follow Bob on Twitter? Sarcasm alert. Larry at least posted a score.

  12. Yeah, looks like the bullpen hasn’t turned the page on giving up the walk-off homer….

    Also, McGrath’s article today on Montero was a hoot. I have no idea how to link to it.

  13. danooly, just copy and paste the URL to a post here. That’s the www. thing at the top if you didn’t know.

    P.S. Not trying to be a jerk at all. I just don’t know how much you know about computers.

  14. I still hold a sliver of hope for Montero, probably incorrectly. Showing up as a fat slob the ST after being demoted and suspended the last 50 games for being implicated in a cheating scandal aren’t good signs.

  15. Thanks, bb. I read it in the print version, so, well, there ya’ go.

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