In advance of our forthcoming detailed reports on the Top-50 prospects in the Seattle Mariners’ system, the following offers a look at where the talent is focused in terms of positions, level, age and handedness. Everyone should be familiar with where D.J. Peterson or Edwin Diaz finished up in 2015, but what about the rest of the prospects that will be on the list?
Where is Seattle's system the strongest? What is the most common level for the top prospects? The most common age? The following tables offer the quick and dirty answers to those questions, showing the level that they last played in 2015 and the player’s ages as of today.
|POSITION / LEVEL||C||1B/DH||2B||3B||SS||OF||SP||RP||TOTAL|
|AGE / LEVEL||17||18||19||20||21||22||23||24||25||26||TOTAL|
|BATS / LEVEL||LEFT||RIGHT||BOTH||TOTAL|
|THROWS / LEVEL||LEFT||RIGHT||TOTAL|
Stay tuned for the next 10 Mondays to get more on the "who" that make up the "what" and "where" from the above charts, with the complete Top-50 reports.
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