Seattle Mariners 2013 draft profile: Stanford Cardinal Austin Wilson

The M's land high-upside OF Austin Wilson in the second-round of the 2013 draft. (Photo: SFGate.com)

NWSB insider and Mariners blogger Jon Irwin brings us his breakdown of the Mariner’s second-round pick in the 2013 draft. With the No. 49 overall pick the M’s selected outfielder Austin Wilson from Stanford University. Wilson is a high-upside bat who could have been a first-round pick if not for an elbow injury suffered earlier in the year.

Seattle Mariners 2013 draft profile: New Mexico Lobo’s D.J. Peterson

DJ Peterson

NWSB insider and Mariners blogger Jon Irwin brings us his breakdown of the Mariner’s first-round pick in the 2013 draft. With the No. 13 overall pick the M’s selected third baseman D.J. Peterson from the University of New Mexico. Peterson was arguably the purest college hitter in this year’s draft, with his bat drawing many similarities to that of Mike Zunino—Seattle’s first rounder from last year.

Busted! 5 Worst Seattle Mariners Draft Picks Ever

The Little Unit did very little for Seattle

NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us another good read. He lists the Seattle Mariners top 5 WORST draft picks in team history. We all know who number one is, Ryan Anderson, but do you remember Roger Salkeld or Brandon Morrow? He does and they’re listed here!

Cream of the Crop – 5 Best Seattle Mariners Draftees

If Ken Griffey Jr. was expendable, so are 99% of these guys

NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us another good read. He lists the Seattle Mariners top 5 draft picks in team history. We all know who number one is, Ken Griffey Jr., but do you remember Mark Langston or Tino Martinez? He does and they’re listed here!

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