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Post  SeattleMariners_samanddal on Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:04 am

40 man roster
53 David Aardsma R/R 6-4 205 12/27/81
-- Dan Cortes R/R 6-6 215 03/04/87
31 Ryan Feierabend L/L 6-3 220 08/22/85
58 Doug Fister L/R 6-8 200 02/04/84
25 Luke French L/L 6-4 220 09/13/85
34 Felix Hernandez R/R 6-3 225 04/08/86
36 Gaby Hernandez R/R 6-3 215 05/21/86
23 Shawn Kelley R/R 6-2 215 04/26/84
57 Mark Lowe L/R 6-3 210 06/07/83
35 Brandon Morrow R/R 6-3 195 07/26/84
49 Garrett Olson R/L 6-1 205 10/18/83
-- Ricky Orta R/R 6-2 195 11/06/84
-- Edward Paredes L/L 6-0 180 09/30/86
-- Yusmeiro Petit R/R 6-1 255 11/22/84
-- J.C. Ramirez R/R 6-3 225 08/16/88
18 Ryan Rowland-Smith L/L 6-3 240 01/26/83
52 Carlos Silva R/R 6-4 250 04/23/79
48 Ian Snell R/R 5-11 200 10/30/81
-- Kanekoa Texeira R/R 6-0 210 02/06/86
38 Jason Vargas L/L 6-0 215 02/02/83
-- Anthony Varvaro R/R 6-0 195 10/31/84
46 Sean White R/R 6-4 210 04/25/81
Catchers B/T Ht Wt DOB
32 Rob Johnson R/R 6-1 215 07/22/82
50 Adam Moore R/R 6-3 220 05/08/84
Infielders B/T Ht Wt DOB
-- Dustin Ackley L/R 6-1 185 02/26/88
59 Mike Carp L/R 6-2 215 06/30/86
-- Chone Figgins S/R 5-8 180 01/22/78
3 Bill Hall R/R 6-0 210 12/28/79
7 Jack Hannahan L/R 6-2 210 03/04/80
4 Jose Lopez R/R 6-0 205 11/24/83
27 Matt Tuiasosopo R/R 6-2 225 05/10/86
9 Jack Wilson R/R 6-0 200 12/29/77
Outfielders B/T Ht Wt DOB
-- Ezequiel Carrera L/L 5-11 175 06/11/87
21 Franklin Gutierrez R/R 6-2 190 02/21/83
69 Greg Halman R/R 6-4 190 08/26/87
12 Ryan Langerhans L/L 6-3 220 02/20/80
55 Michael Saunders L/R 6-4 210 11/19/86
51 Ichiro Suzuki L/R 5-11 170 10/22/73
Designated Hitters B/T Ht Wt DOB
24 Ken Griffey Jr. L/L 6-3 230 11/21/69

Here are your top 10 prospects:

1. Michael Saunders: I have gone on record stating that Saunders is one of the very few prospects with true 30/30 ability. He has the skills to be a .300 hitter to boot. Judging by his brief major league debut, however, I am a bit leery of his ability to fully transition, leading me to believe that he will not live up to every bit of his potential. But he has a legit chance at stardom, and therefore he is the best that Seattle has to offer.
2. Carlos Triunfel: Triunfel's 2009 was cut very short, which is a shame considering his youth compared to the level of competition he was facing. I think he can stick at shortstop, raising his value, and his overall bat is too good to ignore. His stock remains strong in my book, despite the lost season.
3. Dustin Ackley: While he has good bat speed and oodles of polish, Ackley is far too hyped for his projection. His power/speed combination faces question marks transitioning into pro ball and is simply not in the realm of fellow farmhand Michael Saunders' skill set.
4. Alex Liddi: Liddi posted a monster season in the hitter-friendly and age-appropriate California League, but he still has much to prove. Double-A is always the first true test, especially for a player transitioning out of the California League, and I am still quite skeptical of his strikeout rate and ability to hit quality breaking stuff. The Advanced-A numbers cannot be ignored, though.
5. Rich Poythress: Poythress was selected in the second round of the 2009 draft for one simple reason: his mammoth power potential. His bat has holes and is a bit on the slow side, his approach needs work, his speed is a liability, and his defense is limited. But boy does he have a powerful bat. I'm torn on his stock, so I'll just cautiously keep an eye on him.
6. Tyson Gillies: If it weren't for Alex Liddi, everyone would be singing the praises of Gillies. Both starred for the High Desert Mavericks, but Gillies took a different approach. He demonstrated every skill necessary to become a good major league leadoff hitter. As with Liddi, though, I'm hesitating a bit until I see his performance against better competition in a more balanced league.
7. Phillippe Aumont: Everyone loves the stuff that Aumont brings to the ballpark, but, when it comes right down to it, he is now strictly a relief pitcher. While he could become Seattle's closer in short order, his bullpen status hurts his stock.
8. Mike Carp: As a first baseman, Carp honestly isn't anything special, and he probably never will be. But I like him. He has a solid shot at being an average first baseman with his polished all-around bat.
9. Juan Ramirez: Don't let his California League numbers throw you off too much. Ramirez has good upside with his strong fastball and potentially plus slider. His questionable strikeout total in 2009 does raise an eyebrow, but I'm willing to ride it out for another year.
10. Michael Pineda

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Re: Seattle Mariners

Post  SeattleMariners_samanddal on Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:07 am

25 man Roster

Lineup
1.Ichiro - RF
2.Figgins - 3B
3.Lopez - 1B
4.Griffey - DH
5.Saunders - LF
6.Gutierrez - CF
7.Matt Tuiasosopo - 2B
8.Johnson - C
9.Wilson - SS

Bench
Ryan Langerhans
Jack Hannahan
Adam Moore
Bill Hall
Greg Halman

Starters
1.Felix
2.Ryan Rowland-Smith
3.Ian Snell
4.Luke French
5.Jason Vargas

Mid-Releif
Doug Fister
Shawn Kelley
Sean White
Brandon Morrow

Setup
Mark Lowe

Closer
Ardsma

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Re: Seattle Mariners

Post  Counciltucky on Mon Dec 14, 2009 6:38 pm

Josh Beckett for Franklin Gutierrez and Michael Saunders?

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