Mariners select Kyle Lewis at No. 11

In a somewhat unexpected turn of events, another power hitting right-handed hitter dropped into Seattle's laps at pick number 11 in today's 1st round of the 2016 MLB Draft.
June 9, 2016

Seattle Mariners MiLB Preview

Breaking down the rosters and the expectations for the 2016 season for the Seattle Mariners four full-season affiliates
April 6, 2016

First full day of camp today for Mariners

The Seattle Mariners officially and completely get spring training 2016 going full bore today as the club will participate in their first full squad workouts this morning.
February 25, 2016

SeattleClubhouse Top-50: 25-21

Our sixth report (of 10) in the 2016 Top-50 prospects in the Seattle Mariners’ organization. Each player review is complete with scouting notes and quotes from various baseball sources from inside and outside of the M’s organization. Our initial list of close to 100 names was trimmed to the final 50 with that help, but the final rankings are the opinion of SeattleClubhouse and don’t necessary reflect the views which we take into consideration while making the final cut down.
February 1, 2016

Chris Gwynn out. Scott Servais in?

Chris Gwynn resigned from his post today after four years heading Seattle's Player Development. Could one of Jerry Dipoto's first hires in Anaheim also end up being one of his first hires here with Seattle to take over for Gwynn?
October 8, 2015

SeattleClubhouse Top-50: 15-11

SeattleClubhouse gives our readers an inside look at the Top-50 prospects in the Seattle Mariners organization prior to the 2015 season. Each player review is complete with scouting notes, quotes from various sources and extended player info. We're getting closer to the top with this eighth set of five players, No. 15-11. Rankings are the opinion of SeattleClubhouse.
February 9, 2015

Danny Hultzen: The Forgotten Prospect

Having spent the entire 2014 season rehabbing from extensive surgery on his pitching arm, Danny Hultzen could still become a huge piece for the Mariners going forward. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2011 draft is back throwing to live hitters now for the Mariners. So where is the left-hander mentally and physically? SeattleClubhouse checks in with him and others in the organization for this report.
October 1, 2014