The Seattle Mariners are an American professional baseball team based in the beautiful city of Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1977, they have been playing as members of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) American League West Division since 1993 and currently compete against teams such as the Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Angels, Texas Rangers and Houston Astros.
The Mariners have won five division titles throughout their history including a record-breaking 116 wins season back in 2001. Led by current manager Scott Servais who took over prior to the 2016 season, this year’s squad is looking to make some noise with plenty of star power on both sides of the ball.
With potential superstars like Kyle Seagerat third base and standout pitchers James Paxtonand Felix Hernandez anchoring things for them on mound every night out there will be no shortage entertainment when it comes to watching these guys play.
- Adrián Beltré
- Alex Rodriguez
- Nelson Cruz
- Luis Castillo
- Eugenio Suárez
- Ken Griffey Jr.
- Robbie Ray
- Omar Vizquel
- Carlos Santana
- Edgar Martínez
- Ichiro Suzuki
- Paul Sewald
- Félix Hernández
- Jamie Moyer
- Mitch Haniger
- Jay Buhner
- Kyle Seager
- Robinson Canó
- Raúl Ibañez
- Mike Cameron
- Alvin Davis
- Freddy García
- Dan Wilson
- Tino Martinez
- Sam Haggerty
- Dave Henderson
- Bret Boone
- Julio Rodríguez
- Ty France
- Hisashi Iwakuma
- Mark Langston
- Harold Reynolds
- J. P. Crawford
- Jarred Kelenic
- Taylor Trammell
- Marco Gonzales
- Matthew Festa
- Logan Gilbert
- Dylan Moore
- J. J. Putz
- Matt Brash
- Chris Flexen
- James Paxton
- Carlos Guillén
- Penn Murfee
- Kazuhiro Sasaki
- Gil Meche
- Joel Piñeiro
- George Kirby
1. Adrián Beltré
- 4× All-Star (2010–2012, 2014), 5× Gold Glove Award (2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2016), 4× Silver Slugger Award (2004, 2010, 2011, 2014), NL home run leader (2004), Texas Rangers No. 29 retired, Texas Rangers Hall of Fame
Beltré is a 3-time All-Star and has won three Silver Slugger Awards. Beltré was signed by the Dodgers as an amateur free agent in 1998 and made his MLB debut that same year.
He played for the Rangers from 2010 to 2018, winning two World Series with them (2011 & 2017). In 2011, Beltré became only the second player ever to hit 30 home runs and steal 40 bases in a season; he also led the league in batting average (.328) while finishing 2nd in MVP voting behind Ryan Braun of Milwaukee Brewers.
After playing sparingly towards the end of 2018 due to injury, Beltre announced his retirement on September 30th, ending his 18-year career with 535 home runs and 1,314 RBIs along with 145 stolen bases.
Adrián Beltré is a three-time MVP, five-time Gold Glove winner, and four-time Silver Slugger recipient. He ranks first all-time in home runs for the Texas Rangers with 487 and third in RBIs (1,707).
Beltré also holds MLB records for the most hits by a catcher (3,166) and most doubles by a catcher (504). In 2018 he was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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2. Alex Rodriguez
- 14× All-Star (1996–1998, 2000–2008, 2010, 2011), World Series champion (2009), 3× AL MVP (2003, 2005, 2007), 2× Gold Glove Award (2002, 2003), 10× Silver Slugger Award (1996, 1998–2003, 2005, 2007, 2008), 4× AL Hank Aaron Award (2001–2003, 2007), MLB batting champion (1996), 5× AL home run leader (2001–2003, 2005, 2007), 2× MLB RBI leader (2002, 2007)
Alex Rodriguez is a former MLB player who currently works as an analyst for the Fox Sports broadcast network. Rodriguez played shortstop and third base in his career, but he was most famous for his time with the New York Yankees where he helped lead them to three World Series championships.
In 2015, Rodriguez announced that he would be retiring from baseball at the age of 40 after playing 21 seasons in the majors. Despite announcing his retirement, Rodriguez still plays occasionally for charity events and has been rumored to play again in 2019 or 2020 if he can find a team willing to sign him up.
Alex Rodriquez is one of only two players (the other being Pete Rose) ever to hit 3,000 hits and 600 home runs in their careers. Rodriguez's record-breaking stats have won him numerous awards including five AL MVPs and ten Gold Gloves Award nominations - which makes him arguably one of the best defensive infielders ever.
Even though Rodriguez retired from professional baseball following the 2016 season, many believe that there is still potential for him to come back and win another championship with either the Yankees or another team down the line.
3. Nelson Cruz
- 7× All-Star (2009, 2013–2015, 2017, 2018, 2021), All-MLB First Team (2019), All-MLB Second Team (2020), ALCS MVP (2011), 4× Silver Slugger Award (2015, 2017, 2019, 2020), Roberto Clemente Award (2021), Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award (2020), AL home run leader (2014), AL RBI leader (2017), 2× Edgar Martínez Award (2017, 2019), All-World Baseball Classic Team (2013)
Cruz is a right-handed batter and right fielder who has spent his entire MLB career with the Milwaukee Brewers. Cruz led all NL hitters in home runs in 2017, becoming just the third player ever to lead the league in HRs at any point during a season ( alongside Mickey Mantle and Babe Ruth).
As of July 2018, he ranked fifth all-time among active players with 2,018 hits and fourth with 1,302 RBI. He also ranks second among active players with 459 home runs – one behind Barry Bonds for sole possession of third place on that list – as well as first amongst active players with 1,302 runs batted in (RBI).
In addition to being an outstanding hitter on offense, Cruz is also an exceptional defender; according to ESPN Stats & Info's Defensive Runs Saved metric (+839 over 162 games played), he was statistically one of the best defenders at his position throughout his 14-year MLB career.
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4. Luis Castillo
- 2× All-Star (2019, 2022)
Luis Castillo made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2018. A right-handed pitcher, Castillo has spent most of his career pitching for the Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers.
Luis Castillo is a veteran player who has pitched in over 200 games in the MLB. Castillo's best season statistically came in 2017 when he posted a 3.98 ERA as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Injuries have been an issue for Luis Castillo throughout his career, limiting him to just 58 appearances since making his MLB debut in 2018 Castillo is a talented pitcher who has had success in the majors.
Castillo has been very consistent throughout his career, which is something that teams value in pitchers. Castillo also throws a lot of strikes and can shut down opposing hitters. He is not afraid to attack batters with fastballs and changeups, two pitches he trusts heavily in his arsenal.
As long as Castillo continues to pitch at a high level, he will be able to continue playing in the majors for many years to come.
5. Eugenio Suárez
- All-Star (2018)
Eugenio Suárez was born in Puerto Ordaz, Bolívar, Venezuela on July 18th 1991. He began his professional career with the Detroit Tigers in 2014 and has since played for the Cincinnati Reds, Seattle Mariners and Atlanta Braves.
His batting average is .290 with 19 home runs and 57 RBIs in 496 games played across all levels of baseball. Eugenio Suárez's passion for playing baseball came from watching his father play professionally when he was just a young boy.
Eugenio is an excellent defender at both third base and shortstop which helps him contribute to his team offensively as well as defensively In 2017.
Eugenio won an Olympic gold medal with Team Venezuela after helping them to a stunning victory over Japan in the final game of the tournament Eugenio Suárez is a Venezuelan-born professional baseball player who has played for the Detroit Tigers (2014), Cincinnati Reds (2015–2021), and Seattle Mariners (2022–present).
In 2018, Eugenio Suárez was named to his first All-Star game. The left-handed hitter has had success in both the Majors and minors, amassing a .276 batting average with 224 home runs and 634 RBIs in 1,879 career games.
Eugenio Suárez originally signed with the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent in 2006 before being traded to the Tampa Bay Rays two years later.
He made his debut with the Venezuela national team at age 18 during their run to victory at the 2007 World Baseball Classic tournament.
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6. Ken Griffey Jr.
- 13× All-Star (1990–2000, 2004, 2007), AL MVP (1997), 10× Gold Glove Award (1990–1999), 7× Silver Slugger Award (1991, 1993, 1994, 1996–1999), NL Comeback Player of the Year (2005), 4× AL home run leader (1994, 1997–1999), AL RBI leader (1997), Seattle Mariners No. 24 retired, Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame, Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball All-Century Team
Ken Griffey Jr. is a three-time MVP and one of the most accomplished players in MLB history. He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 1989 and spent his entire career with them, becoming a fan favorite along the way.
His 630 home runs are second all time behind only Barry Bonds and he won multiple batting titles as well. After spending several years out of baseball due to injuries, Ken Griffey Jr.'s final season was marked by retirement ceremonies and an induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.
Ken Griffey Jr. is one of the most successful baseball players of all time, with 13 All-Star appearances and 10 Gold Glove Awards to his name.
Ken Griffey Jr.'s standout MLB career was marked by incredible home run totals (4 in total) and unmatched RBI prowess (735). After a tumultuous stint with the Cincinnati Reds, Ken Griffey Jr.
rejoined Seattle Mariners where he still holds many records today – including leading the league in home runs four times. A two-time MVP winner, Ken Griffey Jr.'s accomplishments on and off the field are unrivaled and will be remembered for years to come.
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7. Robbie Ray
- All-Star (2017), All-MLB First Team (2021), AL Cy Young Award (2021), AL ERA leader (2021), MLB strikeout leader (2021)
Robbie Ray was born on October 1, 1991 in Brentwood, Tennessee. Ray is a pitcher and has played for the Detroit Tigers and Arizona Diamondbacks. His MLB debut came in 2014 with the Detroit Tigers where he pitched 21 innings and had a 3-1 record with a 2.85 ERA.
In 2016, Robbie Ray transferred to the Seattle Mariners where he started 27 games and had an 8-11 record with 4 complete games and a 3rd place finish in voting for American League Cy Young Award behind Corey Kluber of Cleveland Indians (won)and Chris Sale of Boston Red Sox (lost).
In 2017, Robbie ray pitched 33 innings for Seattle but only had one win while his ERA rose to 5th best in baseball at 3.98 which led him to being traded midseason to Tampa Bay Rays as part of several deals that brought back three players including.
Steven Souza Jr who would lead Rays to their first postseason appearance since 2006 Championship season.
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8. Omar Vizquel
- 3× All-Star (1998, 1999, 2002), 11× Gold Glove Award (1993–2001, 2005, 2006), Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame
Omar Vizquel was a shortstop for the Seattle Mariners from 1989-2002. He then played for the Toronto Blue Jays until 2012, winning two AL MVP Awards and three Gold Gloves in that time.
Vizquel was known as one of the best defensive shortstops of his era, earning him numerous accolades including 3 American League Gold Glove Awards and 2 American League Most Valuable Player Awards along with 80 home runs over his career.
Omar Vizquel is now retired after playing in the last game for the Blue Jays on October 3rd against Texas Rangers at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario Canada. Omar Vizquel is a multiple-time All-Star and Gold Glove award winner.
Omar Vizquel played for the Seattle Mariners, Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers, and Chicago White Sox in his 14-year career.
Omar Vizquel was born on October 24th of 1966 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. After playing baseball in the DR for several years, Omar Vizquel signed with the Seattle Mariners as an amateur free agent in 1989 and made his MLB debut later that season.
Omar Vizeline played a big role on some of Seattle's most successful teams including their championship seasons in both 2001 and 2005 while with the San Francisco Giants and Texas Rangers respectively.
After spending two seasons (2006-2008) coaching at UCLA before taking over as manager of the Angels of Anaheim from Mike Scioscia following Los Angeles' disappointing 2013 season, Omar retired after one more major league campaign with Detroit Tigers in 2017.
9. Carlos Santana
Kansas City Royals
- All-Star (2019), Silver Slugger Award (2019)
Carlos Santana is a talented hitter and fielder who has played in the Majors for eight seasons. In 2010, he made his MLB debut with the Cleveland Indians and hit .242 with 27 home runs and 925 RBIs in 899 games.
Carlos Santana was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in December of 2018 and had an excellent season there, hitting .296 with 41 home runs and 1,191 RBIs. He is a switch-hitter who bats left-handed but throws right-handed.
Carlos Santana was born on April 8th, 1986 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Carlos Santana is a talented all-around player who has spent his entire career with the Cleveland Indians. In 2018, he led the American League in batting average (.331) and home runs (37).
He was named to the All-Star team and won a Silver Slugger Award that same year. Carlos Santana is also known for his humanitarian work outside of baseball, which includes visits to children’s hospitals and other organizations assisting those in need.
His contract with the Cleveland Indians will expire at the end of the 2020 season, so fans are eager to see what he can do next.
10. Edgar Martínez
- 7× All-Star (1992, 1995–1997, 2000, 2001, 2003), 5× Silver Slugger Award (1992, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003), Roberto Clemente Award (2004), 2× AL batting champion (1992, 1995), AL RBI leader (2000), Seattle Mariners No. 11 retired, Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame
Edgar Martinez was a talented and popular player in the MLB for 17 seasons. He spent his entire career with the Seattle Mariners, amassing 2,247 hits and 309 home runs during that time.
Martinez also had an impressive batting average of .312 and won three Gold Gloves as well as two Silver Sluggers while playing in the American League.
After hanging up his spikes at the end of the 2004 season, Edgar Martínez entered into coaching duties with several organizations before retiring completely in September 2017 at age 60 years old after a lengthy battle against leukemia.
Edgar Martínez was a seven-time All Star and five-time Silver Slugger Award winner with the Seattle Mariners. He led the AL in RBIs twice, and was an MVP finalist in 2000 after batting .
310 with 102 RBIs. After nine seasons with the Mariners, he was traded to St Louis Cardinals where he played until his retirement after the 2006 season at age 40.
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11. Ichiro Suzuki
- NPB, 7× All-Star (1994–2000), Japan Series champion (1996), 3× Pacific League MVP (1994–1996), 7× Golden Glove Award (1994–2000), 7× Best Nine Award (1994–2000), 2× Matsutaro Shoriki Award (1994, 1995), 7× Pacific League batting champion (1994–2000), Pacific League RBI leader (1995), Pacific League stolen base leader (1995), , MLB, , 10× All-Star (2001–2010), AL MVP (2001), AL Rookie of the Year (2001), 10× Gold Glove Award (2001–2010), 3× Silver Slugger Award (2001, 2007, 2009), 2× AL batting champion (2001, 2004), AL stolen base leader (2001), MLB record 262 hits, single season, Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame
Ichiro Suzuki is a retired Japanese professional baseball outfielder. He played for the Seattle Mariners from 2001 to 2019, and was a five-time All-Star.
Ichiro was born on October 22nd, 1973 in Nishikasugai-gun, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. After playing high school baseball in his home country, Ichiro signed with the Orix BlueWave of NPB in 1992 and made an immediate impact as one of the league's most exciting young players.
In 2001, Ichiro was traded to the Seattle Mariners and enjoyed some of his greatest success with them; he won 5 consecutive AL MVP Awards (2006–10) and 3 World Series titles (2005–07).
Following his retirement from MLB at age 41 in 2019 after 18 seasons with 9 different teams (including 2 stints with the Yokohama BayStars).
Lchiro has since been appointed ambassador for Major League Baseball in Japan - a highly significant role given that he is still considered one of the game's most popular players across both continents.
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12. Paul Sewald
Sewald is a 32-year-old pitcher who made his MLB debut for the Mets in 2017. Sewald has a 5-4 record and a 3.93 ERA in 17 starts for the Mariners this season.
Sewald is a right-handed pitcher who throws from the right side. Sewald was drafted by the Mets in the fourth round of the 2008 MLB Draft. Sewald attended Oregon State University, where he played college baseball for the Beavers.
Sewald was named to the All- America third team in 2010 and the All- America second team in 2011. Sewald was traded to the Mariners in December of 2018. Sewald is married and has one child. He is a talented pitcher and has a great record with the Mets.
He was drafted by the Mets in the 2017 MLB Draft. He pitched in the 2017 Pan American Games and had a great performance.
He is signed with the Mets for the next three seasons. He is a very talented pitcher and will continue to improve. He is a very good pitcher and has a great career ahead of him.
He is a very talented pitcher and will continue to improve. He is a very good pitcher and has a great career ahead of him. He is a very talented pitcher and will continue to improve.
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13. Félix Hernández
- 6× All-Star (2009, 2011–2015), AL Cy Young Award (2010), MLB wins leader (2009), 2× AL ERA leader (2010, 2014), Pitched a perfect game on August 15, 2012
Hernández was born in Valencia, Venezuela on April 8, 1986. He made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2005. He pitched in Seattle until he was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014.
He pitched for the Dodgers until he was traded to the Mariners in 2019. Hernández has a record of 106-78 with a 3.68 ERA in 223 games. Hernández has won two Cy Young Awards and two World Series championships.
Hernández is one of only four pitchers in MLB history to have won at least 20 games in each of his first five seasons. Hernández is a three-time All-Star. Hernández is married and has two children. Felix Hernandez was born on February 8, 1984 in the Dominican Republic.
Hernandez made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2005 and has since accumulated a win-loss record of 169-136 with an earned run average of 3.42.
Hernandez has 2,524 strikeouts and a .927 winning percentage. Hernandez was selected to six All-Star games and won the AL Cy Young Award in 2010.
On August 15, 2012, Hernandez pitched a perfect game in which he struck out 10 batters. Hernandez is currently a free agent and is reportedly seeking a new MLB team.
14. Jamie Moyer
- All-Star (2003), World Series champion (2008), Roberto Clemente Award (2003), Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame
Moyer is a pitcher who has had a long and successful career in the MLB. He has a 269-209 win-loss record, and has an ERA of 4.25. Moyer was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 1986 and made his MLB debut the following year.
He spent most of his career with the Cubs, but also played for the Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies. Moyer is well-known for his strong control, which has allowed him to remain successful even in difficult situations.
Moyer is a three-time All-Star and was on the 2005 NL championship team with the Cubs. Moyer is scheduled to retire at the end of the 2012 season. Moyer enjoyed a lengthy and successful career as a starting pitcher in the major leagues.
Moyer finished his career with a record of 268-183 with a 3.39 ERA. Moyer was a three-time All-Star and led the majors in strikeouts twice. Moyer won the World Series with the Boston Red Sox in 2004. Moyer is a member of the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame.
15. Mitch Haniger
- All-Star (2018)
Haniger was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the first round of the 2009 MLB amateur entry draft. Haniger made his MLB debut with the Mariners in 2013.
Haniger was traded to the San Francisco Giants in July of 2018. Haniger has played in 435 MLB games, batting .246 with 104 home runs and 405 RBI. Haniger was selected to the MLB All-Star team in 2018.
Haniger is a three-time Gold Glove winner. Haniger is married and has three children. Haniger is a cancer survivor. Haniger is a Christian. Mitch Haniger is an all-around player who can hit for average and power.
Haniger was one of the key players on the Diamondbacks' 2017 World Series-winning team. Haniger has played for the Mariners, Diamondbacks, and Athletics in his career. Haniger will be a free agent at the end of the 2022 season.
Haniger is a left-handed batter. Haniger was born in the United States, but he was raised in Japan. Haniger has a wife and a daughter. Haniger has two brothers. Haniger is a devout Christian.
16. Jay Buhner
- All-Star (1996), Gold Glove Award (1996), Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame
Jay Buhner was a right fielder for the Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Boston Red Sox. Jay Buhner was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the first round of the 1987 MLB draft.
Jay Buhner made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees in 1987. Buhner played for the Mariners, Dodgers, and Red Sox from 1987 to 2002. Buhner was a four-time All-Star and two-time World Series champion.
Jay Buhner retired from baseball in 2002. Jay Buhner currently works as an analyst for the MLB Network. Jay Buhner was born on August 13, 1964, in Louisville, Kentucky. Jay Buhner is married and has two children.
Jay Buhner was a dominant right fielder for the Seattle Mariners from 1988 to 2001. He was a five-time all-star, three-time Gold Glove winner, and had a batting average of .254 with 310 home runs and 964 RBIs in his career.
Buhner was born in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1971. He began his professional career with the Yankees in 1987 and then moved to Seattle in 1988. Buhner was an aggressive hitter who always played with a lot of energy. He was known for his powerful home runs and his strong defense in right field.
Buhner retired from baseball in 2001 after playing for the Mariners for 18 seasons. He now works as a broadcaster for the team.
17. Kyle Seager
- All-Star (2014), Gold Glove Award (2014)
Kyle Seager is a third baseman for the Seattle Mariners. Seager was drafted by the Mariners in the first round of the 2007 MLB Draft. Seager has appeared in over 1,000 games in his career, including over 600 at third base.
Seager has had a successful career, winning two Gold Gloves and two Silver Sluggers. Kyle Seager is a two-time All-Star. Seager is married to longtime girlfriend Jennie. Kyle and Jennie have two children together. Kyle and Jennie live in Seattle.
Kyle Seager is a great all-around player who is always putting the team first. Kyle Seager is a very consistent hitter, and has hit for a batting average of over .250 throughout his career. Kyle Seager is a great fielder, and has won several awards for his defensive play.
Kyle Seager is a great leader on the team, and is always setting a good example for his teammates. Kyle Seager is a great teammate, and is always there to help his team win.
Kyle Seager is a very good person, and is always willing to help out his teammates. Kyle Seager is a great role model for younger players, and is always willing to help out with advice.
Kyle Seager is a great player, and is always a fan favorite. Kyle Seager is a great player, and is always a threat to win games.
18. Robinson Canó
- 8× All-Star (2006, 2010–2014, 2016, 2017), World Series champion (2009), 5× Silver Slugger Award (2006, 2010–2013), 2× Gold Glove Award (2010, 2012), World Baseball Classic MVP (2013), All-World Baseball Classic Team (2013)
Robinson Canó made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees in 2005. He is a left-handed batter and right-handed pitcher. Canó has 2,639 hits and 335 home runs in his career.
He has 1,306 runs batted in. Canó is a free agent after the 2022 season. He was born in the Dominican Republic in 1982. Canó played for the Yankees, the Seattle Mariners, and the Mets in his career.
He has won three Gold Gloves and three Silver Sluggers. Robinson Canó is a two-time All-Star and a four-time Silver Slugger. Robinson Canó is a powerful left-handed hitter and one of the best players in baseball.
Robinson Canó has won many awards, including 8 All-Star selections, 5 Silver Slugger Awards, and 2 Gold Glove Awards. Robinson Canó is a four-time World Series champion, and he was MVP of the 2013 All-World Baseball Classic.
Robinson Canó is a powerful left-handed hitter and one of the best players in baseball.
19. Raúl Ibañez
- All-Star (2009)
Raúl Ibañez is a left fielder who played for the Seattle Mariners, Kansas City Royals, and New York Yankees. Ibañez had a successful MLB career, batting over. 270 and accumulating over 2,000 hits.
Ibañez is a two-time All-Star and won two Silver Slugger Awards. Ibañez is a devout Catholic and has been involved in several charitable causes. Ibañez announced his retirement from baseball on September 28, 2014.
Raúl Ibañez was born on June 2, 1972, in New York City. Ibañez is married and has two children. Ibañez is a devout Catholic and is active in charitable work. Ibañez announced his retirement from baseball on September 28, 2014.
Raúl Ibañez was one of the best hitters in baseball during his prime. He won a championship with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2008, and was a key player on the team. He signed with the Seattle Mariners in 2004, and helped them to a championship in 2008.
He has also played for the Kansas City Royals, Seattle Mariners, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He is a three-time all-star, and has won several awards, including the Silver Slugger Award in 2008. Raúl Ibañez is a great hitter and may be the best to play the game.
20. Mike Cameron
- All-Star (2001), 3× Gold Glove Award (2001, 2003, 2006), Hit 4 home runs in one game on May 2, 2002
Mike Cameron is a center fielder who played in the MLB for the Chicago White Sox, Florida Marlins and Boston Red Sox.
He batted right and threw right. Cameron had a successful career, compiling a batting average of .249 and hitting 16 home runs over his career.
He was also a valuable defender in the outfield, committing only 135 errors in 1,811 total chances. Cameron announced his retirement from baseball in September 2011. He will continue to play for the Red Sox in the minor leagues. Cameron was born on January 8, 1973, in LaGrange, Georgia.
He attended the University of Georgia, where he played for the Bulldogs baseball team. After his playing career ended, Cameron became a scout for the Red Sox.
He is also a pitching coach for the team's minor league affiliates. Cameron is married and has two children. He is a resident of Melrose, Massachusetts.
21. Alvin Davis
- All-Star (1984), AL Rookie of the Year (1984), Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame
Alvin Davis was a first baseman and designated hitter in the MLB for the Seattle Mariners. He also played in Japan with the Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes. Davis had a successful MLB career, hitting over .270 with 281 home runs and 1,113 RBI.
He played his final season in 1992 with the California Angels. Davis is now retired from baseball and resides in Seattle. Alvin Davis was a versatile player who was able to play both first and third base. Davis was a five-time All-Star and won a Silver Slugger Award in 1984.
Davis also won a World Series with the Mariners in 1997. Davis spent most of his career with the Seattle Mariners and retired in 2001. Davis was a popular player with the fans and was known for his batting average and home runs. Davis was inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame in 2004.
Davis currently works as a commentator for MLB Network. Davis is married and has two children. Davis is a popular figure in the Seattle community and is always welcomed at events.
22. Freddy García
- 2× All-Star (2001, 2002), World Series champion (2005), AL ERA leader (2001)
Freddy García is a Venezuelan-born pitcher in the MLB who played for the Seattle Mariners and Atlanta Braves. He amassed 156 wins and 108 losses in his career.
Freddy García is best known for his performances in the 2005 and 2007 World Series, in which he pitched for the Mariners. Garcia announced his retirement from professional baseball on September 24, 2013.
Garcia was born on October 6, 1976, in Caracas, Venezuela. Freddy García is married and has two children. Freddy García was one of the most successful pitchers in the history of the game. He won two World Series titles and an ERA title.
Freddy García was a very powerful pitcher, and he was able to strike out a lot of batters. He was a very dominant pitcher in his era.
23. Dan Wilson
- All-Star (1996), Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame
Dan Wilson is a catcher who played in the major leagues for 12 seasons. Wilson was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 1992 amateur draft and made his MLB debut in September of that year.
He played for the Mariners and Reds before joining the Texas Rangers in 2002. Wilson played his final MLB game with the Seattle Mariners in 2005. Wilson has a batting average of .262 with 88 home runs in his career.
Wilson is a veteran and has been a part of some successful teams, including the Reds and Mariners. Wilson is married and has two children. Wilson has spent the past few years coaching and managing in the minor leagues.
Wilson's career highlights include two World Series appearances with the Mariners (2005, 2007) and a championship with the Rangers in 2001. Dan Wilson is a former Major League Baseball player who played for the Cincinnati Reds and Seattle Mariners.
He played college baseball at the University of Southern California, and was drafted in the 1992 MLB Draft. Wilson was a two-time All-Star, and won a World Series with the Mariners in 2001. He was inducted into the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame in 2006.
Wilson currently coaches baseball at Pasco High School in Kennewick, Washington.
24. Tino Martinez
- 2× All-Star (1995, 1997), 4× World Series champion (1996, 1998–2000), Silver Slugger Award (1997), Monument Park honoree
Tino Martinez is a former first baseman and outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Seattle Mariners, New York Yankees, and Atlanta Braves.
Martinez was born in Tampa, Florida, in 1967. Martinez made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 1990 and played for the Yankees and Braves before retiring in 2005.
Martinez is a two-time World Series champion (with the Yankees in 1998 and the Braves in 2004) and a seven-time All-Star. Martinez is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and the Mariners' Ring of Honor.
Martinez currently coaches for the Tigres de Quintana Roo in the Mexican League. Tino Martinez was a dominant hitter during his time with the Seattle Mariners and the New York Yankees. Martinez won a total of four World Series championships with the Yankees in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Martinez was an All-Star in both 1995 and 1997. Martinez also won a Silver Slugger Award in 1997. Martinez was a two-time Olympian, representing the United States in both the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics.
Martinez retired after the 2003 season. Martinez was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010. Martinez is currently a broadcaster for the New York Mets. Martinez is a beloved figure in the MLB community.
25. Sam Haggerty
Sam Haggerty is an infielder for the Seattle Mariners. Haggerty was drafted by the Mariners in the 5th round of the 2013 amateur draft. Haggerty played college baseball at the University of Arizona.
Haggerty has played in parts of 4 seasons in the majors, with the most recent being in 2018. Haggerty has a batting average of .236 with 5 home runs and 33 RBI in 89 games. Haggerty is a switch hitter.
Haggerty is signed through 2020. Haggerty is from Phoenix, Arizona. Haggerty is a hard-working infielder who is looking to continue his success in the majors. Sam Haggerty was drafted by the Mets in the second round of the 2019 MLB Draft.
Haggerty played collegiately at Texas Tech. He was batting .234 with 8 home runs and 34 RBIs in 83 games with the Mets. Haggerty was traded to the Mariners in a blockbuster deal on July 31st. Haggerty is a versatile player who can play all three outfield positions.
He is a good defender who has stolen 22 bases in 33 attempts in MLB. Haggerty is expected to be a key player for the Mariners this season. He is a fan favorite in Seattle and is expected to help the team make a playoff run. Haggerty is a hard-working player who is always hustling.
26. Dave Henderson
- All-Star (1991), World Series champion (1989)
Henderson played center field for the Oakland A's in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Henderson was a solid hitter and fielder, and was a member of the Mariners' AL West championship team in 1995.
Henderson signed with the Texas Rangers prior to the 2000 season, but he only played in nine games before being released. Henderson signed with the Seattle Mariners in 2001, and he played for the team until his death in 2015.
Henderson was a popular player in the Seattle community, and he was known for his strong work ethic. Henderson was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2013, and he died from the disease in 2015. Henderson was inducted into the Mariners' Hall of Fame in 2016.
Henderson is remembered as a hard-working and dedicated player who was always willing to give his all on the field.
27. Bret Boone
- 3× All-Star (1998, 2001, 2003), 4× Gold Glove Award (1998, 2002–2004), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2001, 2003), AL RBI leader (2001)
Bret Boone was a two-time All-Star and five-time Gold Glover with the Seattle Mariners. He was traded to the Minnesota Twins in 2005, but only played in 14 games that season before being released.
Boone then signed with the Cleveland Indians and played in 133 games over two seasons before retiring in 2007. Boone was inducted into the Mariners' Hall of Fame in 2011. He has since been working as a sports analyst for Fox Sports.
Boone and his wife have two children. Boone was one of the most accomplished hitters in Mariners history.
He was a three-time All-Star, won a Gold Glove Award, and was the AL RBI leader in 2001. Boone also had success with the Reds and Braves, both of which he played for during his career.
Boone retired in 2006 after playing for the Twins for three years.
28. Julio Rodríguez
- All-Star (2022), Silver Slugger Award (2022), AL Rookie of the Year (2022), All-MLB Second Team (2022)
Julio Rodríguez is an outfielder for the Seattle Mariners. Rodríguez was born on December 29, 2000 in Loma de Cabrera, Dominican Republic. Rodríguez is a right-handed hitter and throws right-handed.
Rodríguez has played in MLB for the Seattle Mariners since his debut in 2022. Rodríguez has had a successful MLB career so far, with a batting average of .284 and 28 home runs. Rodríguez is a threat on the base paths, stealing 25 bases in his career.
Rodríguez is a young outfielder with plenty of potential to grow in his career. Rodríguez is a popular player with Mariners' fans, and is expected to have a long and successful career in the MLB. Rodríguez is a talented player who is sure to have a great future in the MLB.
Julio Rodríguez is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher who has played for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Rodríguez signed with the Mariners as an international free agent in January of 2022. Rodríguez made his MLB debut in July of that year and finished the season with a 4-4 record and 2.98 ERA.
Rodríguez led the Mariners in innings pitched in both 2020 and 2021, and also finished second in batting average in 2021.
Rodríguez was an All-Star in 2022, and in both 2020 and 2021 he was named to the AL Rookie of the Year Award. Rodríguez was named to the All-MLB Second Team in 2022. Rodríguez is a three-time Silver Slugger Award winner.
Rodríguez is a two-time Olympian, having played for the Dominican Republic in the 2020 and 2024 Olympic games. Rodríguez is a two-time World Series Champion, having played for the Los Angeles Dodgers in both the 2018 and 2019 World Series.
29. Ty France
- All-Star (2022)
France was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 2nd round of the 2013 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2019. France has played first base and right field in his MLB career.
France has a batting average of .222 and a slugging percentage of .415 in 162 career MLB games. France was traded to the Seattle Mariners in 2019. He is a free agent after the 2019 season. France is married and has two children.
France is a Christian. France is from Downey, California. Ty France is a solid all-around player who can hit for average, power, and speed.
France was a key part of the Padres’ run to the National League Division Series in 2018. He has also been a valuable member of the Mariners’ lineup over the past two seasons.
France is a strong defender at first base and has won a Gold Glove Award in that role. He is a valuable part of both teams’ future and is expected to continue playing at a high level for many years to come.
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30. Hisashi Iwakuma
- NPB, 3× All-Star (2003, 2004, 2008), Pacific League MVP (2008), Eiji Sawamura Award (2008), 2× Best Nine Award (2004, 2008), 2× Pacific League wins leader (2004, 2008), Pacific League ERA leader (2008), MLB, All-Star (2013), Pitched a no-hitter on August 12, 2015
Iwakuma was born in the Tokyo suburb of Higashiyamato and made his professional debut for the Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes in 2001. Iwakuma spent five seasons with the Mariners, posting a 107-69 record with 4.13 ERA in 232 appearances.
Iwakuma was traded to the Yomiuri Giants in 2019. Iwakuma is a two-time All-Star and MVP in the Pacific League and was an excellent pitcher for the Mariners from 2012-2017.
Iwakuma started his career with the Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes and finished his career with the Yomiuri Giants.
Iwakuma is one of the most successful Japanese pitchers of all time, with a record of 63-39 and a 3.42 ERA. Iwakuma has also won a number of awards, including the NPB MVP and the Eiji Sawamura Award.
Iwakuma is currently a free agent and has been linked with a number of teams, including the Seattle Mariners and the Yomiuri Giants.
31. Mark Langston
- 4× All-Star (1987, 1991–1993), 7× Gold Glove Award (1987, 1988, 1991–1995), 3× AL strikeout leader (1984, 1986, 1987), Pitched a combined no-hitter on April 11, 1990
Langston was a pitcher in the MLB for over a decade, and had a respectable win-loss record. He was most known for his stint with the Cleveland Indians, where he finished his career.
Langston is a two-time All-Star and won a Gold Glove Award. He is currently a broadcaster for the Mariners. Langston was a three-time All-Star and seven-time Gold Glove Award winner.
Langston is best known for his prowess as a strikeout pitcher, leading the AL in 1984 and 1986. Langston pitched a combined no-hitter on April 11, 1990. Langston was traded to the Montreal Expos in 1989 and then to the California Angels in 1997.
Langston retired after the 1998 season. Langston was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2012. Langston currently works as a pitching coach for the Cleveland Indians.
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32. Harold Reynolds
- 2× All-Star (1987, 1988), 3× Gold Glove Award (1988–1990), Roberto Clemente Award (1991), AL stolen base leader (1987)
Harold Reynolds played for the Seattle Mariners from 1983 to 1994. Reynolds hit .269 with 172 home runs and 868 RBI in his career. Reynolds was a two-time All-Star and was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006.
Reynolds is currently a color commentator for the Angels on Fox Sports West. Reynolds is married to his wife, Lori, and they have two children. Harold Reynolds is a three-time Gold Glove Award winner and was one of the most feared hitters in the game during his career.
Reynolds batted .258 lifetime with 21 home runs and 353 RBIs. He was traded to the Seattle Mariners in 1983 and played for them for eight seasons before moving on to Baltimore in 1993.
Reynolds played his final season with the California Angels in 1994. Reynolds was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003.
33. J. P. Crawford
- Gold Glove Award (2020)
J. P. Crawford is a shortstop and third baseman who made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2021. Crawford was drafted by the Mariners in the first round of the 2016 MLB draft.
Crawford has spent the majority of his career in the minors, but has shown some potential in the majors. Crawford is a versatile player who can play shortstop, third base, and even in the outfield.
Crawford is a fan favorite in Seattle and is known for his hustle and infectious personality. Crawford is expected to be a key player for the Mariners in the future. Crawford is a consistent performer and is known for his strong defense and solid batting average.
Crawford is a natural leader and is known for his strong work ethic. Crawford is a popular player with the fans in Seattle and is considered to be a team leader.
34. Jarred Kelenic
Jarred Kelenic is an outfielder for the Seattle Mariners. Kelenic was born on July 16, 1999, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Kelenic played collegiate ball at the University of Wisconsin.
Kelenic was drafted by the Mariners in the first round of the 2019 MLB Draft. In his MLB debut, Kelenic hit a home run in a game against the Los Angeles Angels. Kelenic has had a productive MLB career so far, with over 300 hits and 50 home runs in just over three seasons.
Kelenic is a key part of the Mariners' future, and is expected to continue playing at a high level for many years to come.
Kelenic is a dedicated athlete and is also a popular figure in the Seattle community. Kelenic is married and has a two-year-old daughter. Jarred Kelenic is a 21-year-old first baseman for the Seattle Mariners.
He was drafted in the first round of the 2021 MLB Draft and has already made a name for himself in the majors. Kelenic is a powerful hitter who can hit for both average and power.
He has 21 home runs and 60 RBIs in just over 200 career games. Kelenic is a versatile player who can play first base, third base, and left field. He is a key member of the Mariners' young team and is expected to continue to play at a high level for many years to come.
Kelenic is a community-minded player who does his part to support various charitable causes. In 2017, he was a member of the USA team that won the U-18 Baseball World Cup.
Kelenic is a friendly and outgoing person who is always willing to have a good time. He is a popular member of the Seattle Mariners' community and is beloved by fans and teammates alike.
35. Taylor Trammell
Taylor Trammell is an outfielder for the Seattle Mariners. He was drafted by the Mariners in the second round of the 2017 MLB draft. Trammell played college baseball for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Trammell made his MLB debut in 2018. Trammell has hit .242 with 12 home runs and 43 RBI in 127 games. Trammell is a left-handed hitter. He is the younger brother of major league player Tyler Trammell.
Trammell is a native of Powder Springs, Georgia. Trammell is a member of the United States national team. Taylor Trammell made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners on April 1, 2021. 2. He batted .174 with 12 home runs and 28 RBIs in his rookie season.
3. He is from the United States and played college baseball at Louisville. 4. Trammell is arbitration eligible for the 2022 season.
36. Marco Gonzales
Gonzales has been a consistent pitcher in the majors for the past few years. He has a 3.53 ERA in 368.2 innings pitched. He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 4th round of the 2010 MLB Draft.
Gonzales has a fastball that can reach up to 96 mph. He has an effective slider and a changeup. Gonzales was a member of the US national team from 2011-2015. He made his MLB debut with the Mariners in 2016.
Gonzales is a free agent at the end of the 2018 season. Gonzales is married and has a daughter. Gonzales made his MLB debut with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2014. The Cardinals lost 60 of his 61 games played as a rookie.
Gonzales improved as the season went on, posting a 4.08 earned run average in 2017. Gonzales struck out 631 batters in 783 innings pitched during his MLB career. Gonzales has played for the Seattle Mariners since 2017. Gonzales is currently a free agent.
Gonzales has been a starting pitcher in all but one of his MLB seasons. Gonzales is expected to return to the Mariners in 2018. Gonzales is a hard-throwing right-hander who relies on strikeouts to help his team win.
37. Matthew Festa
Matthew Festa is a 29-year-old pitcher for the Seattle Mariners. He was drafted by the Mariners in the 2nd round of the 2013 MLB draft. Festa has spent time with the Arkansas Travelers, the Gulf Coast Mariners, and the Tacoma Rainiers.
He has a combined record of 20-24 with a 3.59 ERA in 86 games. Festa has made 33 starts in the majors, with a 5-10 record and a 3.68 ERA.
Festa is a right-handed pitcher who relies on a high-effort pitch arsenal. He has been known to use a slider, a changeup, and a curveball.
Festa is a native of Brooklyn, New York. He is married and has one child. Matthew Festa made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners on July 14th of this year.
In his first two MLB games, Festa pitched 8.1 innings, allowing just 3 earned runs while striking out 11. Festa is a left-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Mariners in the 21st round of the 2018 MLB draft.
The Mariners signed Festa to a minor league contract in January of 2019. Festa is currently in the Mariners' minor league system. Festa is hoping to make the Mariners' roster in 2020, and contribute to the team's success.
38. Logan Gilbert
Gilbert was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 3rd round of the 2017 MLB Draft. Gilbert made his professional debut with the AZL Mariners in 2019. Gilbert made his MLB debut with the Mariners in 2021.
Gilbert has a 3.01 ERA in 111.2 innings pitched in MLB. Gilbert has a 3.92 ERA in 192.1 innings pitched in MLB. Gilbert has a 1.27 WHIP in MLB. Gilbert is an excellent pitcher with a strong arsenal. Gilbert is likely to be a rotation starter in the MLB.
Gilbert is a promising pitcher with a bright future. Gilbert was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the first round of the 2021 MLB draft. Gilbert made his MLB debut for the Mariners on May 13, 2021. Gilbert has played in 19 games for the Mariners and has a win-loss record of 11-11.
Gilbert has struck out 302 batters in 19 games and has an earned run average of 3.78. Gilbert has played for the Mariners since their debut in 2021.
39. Dylan Moore
Moore was a standout infielder and outfielder in high school, and was drafted in the fourth round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners. Moore made his MLB debut in 2016, and has since played for the Mariners, Texas Rangers, and Toronto Blue Jays.
Moore has been a key player for the Mariners over the past few seasons, and is expected to be a key player for the team in the future.
Moore is a switch hitter who has a good batting style, and is known for his speed on the bases. Moore is a solid fielder who has good range in the infield, and can also contribute offensively.
Moore is a free agent after the 2020 season, and is likely to be a free agent target for several teams. Moore is a potential All-Star, and is one of the most talented players in the MLB.
Moore is a versatile player who can play both in the infield and outfield, and is a strong contributor on both sides of the ball. Moore is a hard-working player, who is always looking to improve his game.
40. J. J. Putz
- All-Star (2007), AL Rolaids Relief Man Award (2007)
J. J. Putz is a former pitcher in Major League Baseball who last played for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014. Putz was born in Trenton, Michigan, in 1977.
Putz made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2003. Putz played for the Diamondbacks from 2013 until his retirement in 2014. Putz is a right-handed pitcher and bats left-handed.
Putz has a career record of 55-57, with a 3.68 ERA. Putz has thrown 881 innings in his MLB career, with 893 strikeouts. Putz was named to the All-Star Team twice, in 2006 and 2007. Putz is now a pitching coach for the Diamondbacks' farm team, the Reno Aces.
Putz is a veteran relief pitcher who has thrived in recent years with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 2003 and made his MLB debut with the team in 2003. In 2008, Putz was traded to the New York Mets and spent four seasons with the team.
In 2010, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox and spent two seasons with the team. In 2011, Putz was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks and has been with the team ever since. He has enjoyed success with the Diamondbacks, including winning the 2011 AL Rolaids Relief Man Award.
Putz is a veteran pitcher with a wealth of experience and is a key part of the Arizona bullpen. He is a consistent pitcher who can be relied upon to deliver strong performances in key situations.
Putz is a valuable member of the Diamondbacks bullpen and is a key player in their successful MLB campaign.
41. Matt Brash
Matt Brash is a 24-year-old pitcher for the Seattle Mariners. Brash was drafted by the Mariners in the second round of the 2016 MLB Draft. Brash made his professional debut with the Arizona League Mariners in 2017.
Brash made his MLB debut with the Mariners in 2018. Brash has a 4-1 record with a 3.60 ERA in 10 MLB games. Brash was named to the American League All-Star team in 2018. Brash is a right-handed pitcher. Brash is a graduate of Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute.
Matt Brash is a passionate athlete who enjoys playing soccer and baseball. Matt Brash made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners on April 12, 2022. In his debut season, Brash went 4-4 with a 44 ERA and 62 strikeouts.
Brash is a left-handed pitcher and was drafted by the Mariners in the 6th round of the 2018 MLB draft.
Matt Brash is currently in his 3rd season with the Mariners and is expected to be a key part of their pitching staff in the future.
42. Chris Flexen
Flexen made his MLB debut for the New York Mets on July 27, 2017. He is a right-handed pitcher and bats and throws right. Flexen has played in MLB for the Mets and in the Korean Baseball Organization for the Doosan Bears.
Flexen has a 2.92 ERA in 38 MLB innings, with 33 strikeouts and 7 walks. Flexen was drafted by the Mets in the fifth round of the 2016 MLB Draft. Flexen is from Newark, California. Flexen is a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Flexen is married and has one child. Flexen is a right-handed starting pitcher in the MLB and the KBO. He has a 25-26 win-loss record and a 4.44 earned run average in MLB. Flexen has a 8-4 win-loss record and a 3.01 earned run average in the KBO.
Flexen has struck out 269 batters in MLB and 132 batters in the KBO. Flexen was drafted by the New York Mets in the 2017 MLB draft.
He made his MLB debut with the Mets in 2017. Flexen was traded to the Doosan Bears in the 2020 KBO draft. He is currently a starting pitcher for the Doosan Bears. Flexen is a right-handed pitcher who throws a fastball, slider, and change-up.
43. James Paxton
- Pitched a no-hitter on May 8, 2018
James Paxton is a left-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the first round of the 2007 MLB Draft. Paxton made his MLB debut with the Mariners in 2013 and has since posted a 57-33 record with an ERA of 3.59.
Paxton is known for his strong command of his pitches and has been able to consistently pitch at a high level.
Paxton is eligible for free agency after the 2021 season. The Seattle Mariners are currently in the middle of a rebuild and may not be able to afford to keep Paxton around.
Paxton is a three-time All-Star and has been named to the American League All-Star team in each of the past two seasons. Paxton is married and has two children. Paxton is a member of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. Paxton was born in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.
44. Carlos Guillén
- 3× All-Star (2004, 2007, 2008)
Carlos Guillén has been a productive shortstop in the MLB for over a decade. He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 1998 and has since played for the Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, and Atlanta Braves.
Guillén is a switch hitter and has a batting average of .269 with over 1,000 hits in the MLB. He has won two Gold Glove Awards and four Silver Slugger Awards. Carlos Guillén is set to retire at the end of the 2016 season.
Carlos Guillén was a dynamic player in the MLB for over a decade, playing for the Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners. He was a three-time All-Star and had a batting average of .285. Guillén was known for his powerful home runs and was a threat on the basepaths.
He had 660 runs batted in during his career and was a key member of both teams he played for. Guillén announced his retirement from the MLB in September of 2011. He is now a commentator for both Venezuelan and Mexican baseball broadcasts.
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45. Penn Murfee
Penn Murfee is a right-handed pitcher for the Seattle Mariners. He was drafted by the Mariners in the second round of the 2014 MLB Draft. In 2015, Murfee made his MLB debut, and in 2016, he had a career-high in innings pitched (123).
In 2017, Murfee had a career-low in innings pitched (81). Murfee is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He and his wife, Paige, have a daughter, Harper. Murfee is signed through 2020 with a club option for 2021. Murfee's fastball reaches the mid-90s.
He has been nicknamed "The Penn Machine". Penn Murfee was born on April 29, 2022 in Seattle, WA. Penn Murfee made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners on April 29, 2022. Penn Murfee is a starting pitcher for the Mariners. Penn Murfee has a win-loss record of 4-0 and an earned run average of 2.99.
Penn Murfee has 76 strikeouts in 76 innings pitched. Penn Murfee is a member of the Mariners team from 2022-present. Penn Murfee is a pitcher who has a lot of potentials and is expected to keep getting better.
Penn Murfee is a young pitcher with a lot to give to the MLB. Penn Murfee is a talented pitcher who is looking to make a name for himself in the MLB.
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46. Kazuhiro Sasaki
- NPB, Central League MVP (1998), , MLB, , 2× All-Star (2001, 2002), AL Rookie of the Year (2000)
Sasaki was a pitcher in both the MLB and NPB, and he enjoyed some success in both leagues. Sasaki is best known for his time with the Seattle Mariners, where he was a part of the team that made it to the playoffs in both 2000 and 2003.
Sasaki also had some success in Japan, where he was a part of the Yokohama Taiyō Whales and the Yokohama BayStars. Sasaki is now retired from professional baseball, but he is still involved in the game in some way or another.
Kazuhiro Sasaki is a Japanese right-handed pitcher who played for the Yokohama Taiyo Whales, Seattle Mariners, and Yokohama BayStars in the 1990s.
He was a three-time Central League MVP and led the league in strikeouts twice. Sasaki also played in two All-Star games. Sasaki was elected to the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006.
47. Gil Meche
- All-Star (2007)
Gil Meche is a pitcher who has played in the Major Leagues for nearly a decade. He first made an appearance in the Majors with the Seattle Mariners in 1999.
Meche has since played for the Kansas City Royals and has a record of 84-83. Meche throws right-handed and bats left-handed. He is a father of two children. Gil Meche is a versatile pitcher who can be used in a variety of roles.
He is a hard-working player who is always looking to improve his game. Meche is a popular player with his teammates and fans.
Gil Meche is a veteran player who is still looking to improve his skills. Gil Meche was a shortstop for the Mariners and Royals from 1999-2006 and 2007-2010.
Meche won an All-Star game in 2007 and was also a part of the team that won the World Junior Baseball Championship in 1995.
Meche was born in the Dominican Republic in 1984 and played college baseball at the University of Oregon. In 2010 Meche signed with the K.C. Royals and played in 66 games before being released in May of that year.
Gil Meche is currently a free agent and is likely to sign with another team in the near future. Meche is currently a hitting coach for the Tigres del Licey in the Dominican Republic.
Gil Meche is married and has two children. Gil Meche is a switch hitter and has a batting average of .274. Gil Meche is a shortstop, but he has played all over the infield during his professional career.
48. Joel Piñeiro
Piñeiro pitched for the Angels in 2011 and had a 5.71 ERA. Piñeiro was a relief pitcher for most of his career and is best known for his stint with the Mariners in 2000.
Piñeiro was born in Puerto Rico and is a right-hander. Piñeiro has had a long and successful career in the MLB, and is currently a free agent. Piñeiro is a four-time All-Star and has won two World Series titles with the Mariners in 2001 and 2007.
Piñeiro is a very successful relief pitcher and is known for his ability to get hitters out in key situations. Piñeiro is a character guy and is always willing to have a good time.
Piñeiro is a good friend of Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez, and the two have been together for a long time. Piñeiro is a class act off the field and is always willing to help out his peers and team mates.
49. George Kirby
- MLB Records, 24 consecutive strikes to start a game
George Kirby is a 24-year-old pitcher who made his MLB debut for the Seattle Mariners in May of 2022. Kirby is a right-handed pitcher and bats and throws right.
Kirby has a 2.90 ERA in 129 innings pitched in the minor leagues. Kirby is a strong contender to make the Mariners' Opening Day roster in 2022. Kirby is a young pitcher with a lot of potential who is looking to make an impact in the majors.
George Kirby is a Seattle Mariners pitcher who has been playing in the MLB since the 2020 season. He has a 8-5 record and a 3.39 ERA. Kirby is known for his 24 consecutive strikes in a game that he started in 2020. He also has 133 strikeouts in his career.
Kirby is an All-Star pitcher who has been named to the 2019 and 2020 All-Star Teams. Kirby was born in the United States but played for the United Kingdom in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. Kirby signed a long-term contract with the Seattle Mariners in 2020.
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