With the aroma of postseason baseball on the horizon, let's take a look at some of the storylines that took center stage last night.
September 16, 2015
The 2014 MLB All-Star Game will feature four members of the Seattle Mariners. But those four players are not the only All-Stars from the organization this year. The M's minor league All-Stars are listed from each level inside.
The best and worst from May 5th - May 11th in the minor leagues for the Seattle Mariners, including one top prospect knocking very hard on the door, asking for another shot.
The best and worst performances on the field from the Seattle Mariners system from April 28th through May 4th, we call it Three Up, Three Down.
Our regular Monday trek around the Mariners' minor league system to bring you the highs and lows of the last seven days. This week covers the first full week of minor league action and focuses on some former big leaguers for Seattle.
Each full season affiliate of the Seattle Mariners has a roster with a good amount of talent on it. SeattleClubhouse gives you the one player that deserves the most attention at each level as 2014 begins.
Although he's having a strong spring, Nick Franklin has an uphill climb to crack the Mariners' Opening Day roster. And the chances of that in future seasons don't look much easier. But in an organization that has struggled to produce big league quality hitters, can the Mariners simply trade away Franklin, or should they look for ways to try and keep him in the fold?