Seattle Trade Analysis—Mariners Deal Morrison, Miller, and Farquhar

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, shares his analysis of the M’s first trade under new GM Jerry Dipoto– At the plate, Powell is something you don’t typically find in the minor leagues—a patient hitter. One of the things you have to take note of with Jerry Dipoto as your GM is that he’s going to stress metrics, i.e. he wants guys who get on base a lot, and quite honestly, he doesn’t care if it’s a hit or a walk.

Ketel Marte and Shawn O’Malley – A Future 1-2 For The Mariners?

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, examines the possibility of a 1-2 O’Malley-Marte Mariners’ punch– The Mariners have been searching, without end it seems, for some guys that can only be described as table-setters. For Marte, it seems like he’s earned the starting shortstop job for the 2016 season. Lloyd McClendon has enough confidence in the rookie that he’s been writing his name in the leadoff position for some time now.

Rookie Sensation Ketel Marte Impressive For Mariners

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, looks at the latest rookie to take on the M’s shortstop position… and he likes what he sees– The Mariners might not be the most interesting thing to watch in Seattle sports right now given their season is all but over but it’s worth turning it on to watch this young man play shortstop. Marte could easily wind up being a very special player for the Mariners in 2016.

Future Stars — The Seattle Mariners of 2016

NWSB Writer and Seattle Mariners Insider, Brian Scott, takes a peek at who the future stars of the Mariners could be in 2016 and beyond– When you get over the sting of another failed M’s season it’s still hard to get optimistic about the M’s of 2016. Unfortunately, down in the minors, the Mariners look a lot like Old Mother Hubbard– the cupboard is bare when it comes to up and coming hitters but there are few names worth nothing.

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