Seattle Mariners minor league players

Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Seattle Mariners system.

Andrew Aplin

Andrew Aplin
Aplin (right) and Tyler Heineman (left) with the Corpus Christi Hooks in 2014
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: (1991-03-21) March 21, 1991
Suisun City, California
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Andrew Ahyim Aplin (born March 21, 1991) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Seattle Mariners' Minor League Baseball organization. He attended Arizona State University, where he played college baseball for the Arizona State Sun Devils.

Aplin was born Suisun City, California,[1] but lived in the Phoenix metropolitan area in the mid-1990s. When he was six, his family moved back to California.[2] Aplin attended Vanden High School in Fairfield, California. After graduating, the New York Yankees selected Aplin in the 33rd round of the 2009 MLB draft.[3] He did not sign, and instead enrolled at Arizona State University to play college baseball for the Arizona State Sun Devils baseball team.[2]

The Houston Astros selected Aplin in the fifth round, with the 159th overall selection, of the 2012 MLB draft.[1][3] He signed and made his professional debut for the Tri-City ValleyCats of the Class A-Short Season New York–Pennsylvania League.[4]

In 2013, Aplin played for the Lancaster JetHawks of the Class A-Advanced California League.[1] Aplin began the 2014 season with the Corpus Christi Hooks of the Class AA Texas League.[2] At the trade deadline, the Astros traded outfielder Austin Wates to the Miami Marlins, and promoted Aplin to the Class AAA Pacific Coast League to replace him.[1] The Astros added him to their 40-man roster after the 2015 season.[5] Playing for Fresno in the PCL in 2015, he batted .223/.300/.318 in 399 at bats.

On May 24, 2017, the Astros traded Aplin to the Seattle Mariners for a player to be named later or cash considerations.[6] He was designated for assignment on June 2, 2017.

Braden Bishop

Braden Bishop
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: (1993-08-22) August 22, 1993
Woodland, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Braden Adam Bishop (born August 22, 1993) is an American professional baseball center fielder in the Seattle Mariners organization.He is known for his abilities as a runner and on defense in center field.[7]

Bishop was born in Woodland, California.[8] His hometown is San Carlos, California.[9] His parents are Randy (who owns a private investigation company) and Suzy Bishop (who ran track at UCLA and has been a movie producer and head of the Vancouver Film School in Canada), and he has a younger brother, Hunter (who is an outfielder for the Arizona State Sun Devils).[10][11][12][13] Spurred by his mother Suzy's struggle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease starting at age 54, he has started a charity to spread awareness of the affliction known as “4Mom.”[14][15][16][17]

He attended St. Francis High School in Mountain View, California.[8][18] Bishop then attended the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, where he played baseball for the Washington Huskies.[8][14] In 2014, he batted .304/.394/.359 with 21 steals (leading the Pac-12 Conference) in 24 attempts.[19] In his senior year in college he was All-Pac-12, and selected to the All-Pac-12 Defensive Team.[14]

Bishop was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 36th round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft out of high school, and by the Seattle Mariners in the 3rd round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft out of college.[8]

He played in 2015 for the Everett AquaSox of the Class A- Northwest League, batting .320 (second in the league)/.367/.393 with 13 steals in 16 attempts, and led the league with 12 HBP and 11 sacrifice hits.[8][20] In August 2015 MLBPipeline.com ranked Bishop as the Mariners' #14 prospect.[14] He was named Northwest League Player of the Week on August 24, 2015, a Northwest League Post-Season All Star, and an MILB.com organization All Star.[21]

In 2016, Bishop played for the Clinton LumberKings of the Class A Midwest League, and the Bakersfield Blaze of the Class A+ California League, batted a combined .273/.338/.326 with 8 steals in 9 attempts, and was named a California League All Star.[8][21][22] MLBpipeline.com ranked him the #9 Mariners prospect.[23]

In February 2017 MLB.com ranked him the #6 Mariners prospect, the best defensive player in the organization, and tied for the best runner in the organization.[24] He began 2017 with the Modesto Nuts of the California League, batted .296/.385/.400 with 16 steals in 20 attempts and was the MVP in the mid-season California League All Star Game, and was promoted to the Arkansas Travelers of the Class AA Texas League.[8][21][25] In July 2017 Baseball America ranked him the #7 2017 mid-season prospect of the Mariners.[26] With Arkansas, he batted .336/.417/.448. In 2017 MLBpipeline.com ranked him the #5 Mariners prospect.[27] The Seattle Times named Bishop the Mariners' 2017 Player of the Year, and he was named the Jewish Baseball News Minor League MVP.[28][29] He played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League in the fall of 2017, and was an AFL All Star.[30] In 2018 MLBpipeline.com ranked him the #5 Mariners prospect.[31]

Seth Mejias-Brean

Seth Mejias-Brean
Seattle Mariners
Third baseman / First baseman
Born: (1991-04-05) April 5, 1991
Tucson, Arizona
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Seth Wayne Mejias-Brean (born April 5, 1991) is a professional baseball third baseman for the Seattle Mariners organization.

Mejias-Brean attended the University of Arizona, where he played college baseball for the Arizona Wildcats baseball team and was a member of the national champion 2012 Arizona Wildcats baseball team. He was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the eighth round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft.[32]

Mejias-Brean signed with the Reds and spent 2012 with the Billings Mustangs where he slashed .313/.389/.536 with eight home runs, 40 RBIs, and a .925 OPS in 46 games. He was named a Pioneer League post-season All-Star.[33] He spent 2013 with the Dayton Dragons where he batted .305 with ten home runs and 79 RBIs in 127 games; he also played in three games for the Bakersfield Blaze at the end of the season. In 2014, he played for Bakersfield and the Pensacola Blue Wahoos where he posted a combined .270 batting average with 14 home runs and 67 RBIs in 134 total games between both teams, and in 2015, he returned to Pensacola, batting .247 with six home runs and 53 RBIs in 122 games. He spent 2016 with the Louisville Bats where he slashed .228/.290/.315 with six home runs and 45 RBIs in 127 games. Mejias-Brean began 2017 with Louisville.

He was traded to the Seattle Mariners on May 2, 2017. Seattle assigned him to the Arkansas Travelers and later promoted him to the Tacoma Rainers. In 109 total games between Louisville, Arkansas and Tacoma, he batted .268 with four home runs and 50 RBIs.[34]

Ian Miller

Ian Miller
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: (1992-02-21) February 21, 1992
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Ian Andrew Miller (born February 21, 1992) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Miller attended Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown, Pennsylvania and played college baseball at Wagner College.[35]

Miller was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 14th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft.[36] He signed and spent 2013 with both the Pulaski Mariners and Everett AquaSox, batting a combined .305 with one home run and 14 RBIs in 52 total games between both clubs. In 2014, he played for the Clinton LumberKings where he slashed .271/.332/.349 with 13 RBIs and 16 stolen bases in 45 games, and in 2015, he played for the Bakersfield Blaze and Jackson Generals, compiling a .267 batting average with 29 RBIs and 50 stolen bases in 126 total games. Miller returned to Jackson in 2016 and batted .253 with 28 RBIs and 49 stolen bases in 114 games. He spent 2017 with both the Arkansas Travelers and Tacoma Rainers and posted a combined .307 batting average with four home runs, 35 RBIs, and 43 stolen bases in 124 total games between the two teams.[37]

Dario Pizzano

Dario Pizzano
Seattle Mariners
Left fielder
Born: (1991-04-25) April 25, 1991
Boston, Massachusetts
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Dario Pizzano (born April 25, 1991) is a minor league baseball left fielder currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Prior to playing professionally, he attended Malden Catholic High School in Malden, Massachusetts and then Columbia University, where he earned first team All-Ivy League honors each year he played with the team.[38] At the time, he was one of only 21 players in the history of the game to be named to three All-Ivy League teams.[39] In 2010, he hit .374 with a .426 on-base percentage and a .741 slugging percentage in 46 games, hitting 12 home runs and driving 36 runs in. He was named Ivy League Co-Rookie of the Year and a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American that season. In 2011, he hit .359/.433/.654 with 9 home runs and 36 RBI in 43 games and in 2012, he hit .360/.457/.547 with 4 home runs and 36 RBI. He was named Ivy League Player of the Year that year.[40]

Pizzano was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 15th round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft. With the Pulaski Mariners and Everett AquaSox that year, Pizzano hit .354/.442/.507 with 74 hits in 59 games, earning a spot on the Appalachian League Post-Season All-Star squad and the MiLB.com Organization All-Star team. He led the Appalachian League in batting average (.356) and on-base percentage (.442) that year. With the Clinton LumberKings in 2013, he hit .311/.392/.471 with 144 hits in 126 games and was named to the Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star team. He also hit 40 doubles, becoming the only minor leaguer since 2006 to hit 40 or more doubles and strike out 50 or fewer times in a campaign of at least 120 games played.[41] He hit .244/.341/.404 with 100 hits in 116 games between the High Desert Mavericks and Jackson Generals in 2014.[42] In 2015, he played for Jackson where he batted .308 with four home runs and 33 RBIs in 58 games and in 2016, he played for both Jackson and the Tacoma Rainers where he slashed .238/.297/.338 with two home runs and 37 RBIs in 99 games between both teams. Pizzano spent 2017 with Tacoma and the Arkansas Travelers where he compiled a combined .272 batting average with 13 home runs and 57 RBIs in 116 total games.[43] He began 2018 back with Arkansas.

Peter Tago

Peter Tago
Seattle Mariners
Pitcher
Born: (1992-07-05) July 5, 1992
Laguna Niguel, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Peter Clem Tago (born July 5, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization.

He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the first round (47th overall) of the 2010 Amateur Draft out of Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, CA.[44] Although he signed in 2010, Tago did not play his first professional game until May 20, 2011.[45]

Prior to the 2013 season, MLB named him the 17th-best prospect in the Rockies system. On December 11, 2014, he was selected in the Rule 5 Draft by the White Sox from the Rockies.

Tago signed a minor league contract with the Seattle Mariners in November 2016.[46]

Art Warren

Art Warren
Seattle Mariners – No. 75
Pitcher
Born: (1993-03-23) March 23, 1993
Defiance, Ohio
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Arthur Frank Warren (born March 23, 1993) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Warren attended Napoleon High School in Napoleon, Ohio and played college baseball at the University of Cincinnati and Ashland University.[47] He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 23rd round of the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft.[48]

Warren made his professional debut with the Arizona League Mariners and pitched seven innings for them, giving up three runs and striking out ten. He started 2016 with the Clinton LumberKings and was promoted to the Bakersfield Blaze during the season.[49] In 27 total games between the two teams, he posted an 11-2 record with a 3.17 ERA. He pitched 2017 with Bakersfield where he pitched to a 3-1 record, 3.06 ERA, and 1.28 WHIP in 43 games.[50] After the season pitched in the Arizona Fall League.[51][52]

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  • 10 Joe DeCarlo
  •  5 Joseph Odom

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  • -- Jordan Cowan
  • 44 Joey Curletta
  • 16 Chris Mariscal
  •  2 Yonathan Mendoza
  •  1 Donnie Walton

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  • 27 Jack Anderson
  • 38 Randy Bell
  • 43 Seth Elledge
  • 14 Danny Garcia
  • -- Austin Hutchison
  • 22 Michael Koval
  • 33 Scott Kuzminsky
  • 16 Darren McCaughan
  • 19 Reggie McClain
  • 12 Jefferson Medina
  • 41 Wyatt Mills
  • 21 Ljay Newsome
  • 31 John Richy
  • 45 Colin Rodgers
  • -- Lance Thonvold
  • -- Jamal Wade
  • -- Tyler Watson

Catchers

  • 17 Tyler Baker
  • 29 Garrett Kennedy

Infielders

  •  8 Bryson Brigman
  •  2 Jhombeyker Morales
  • 20 Joe Rizzo
  •  4 Kevin Santa
  •  7 Donnie Walton
  • 18 Evan White
  • 25 Nick Zammarelli III

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  • 18 Randy Bell
  • 33 Scott Boches
  • 20 Clay Chandler
  • 16 Matt Clancy
  • 23 Adois De La Cruz
  • 28 Sam Delaplane
  • 31 David Gerber
  • 31 Marvin Gorgas
  • 10 Ryne Inman
  • 29 Tyler Jackson
  • 36 Oliver Jaskie
  •  8 Raymond Kerr
  • 27 Collin Kober
  • 32 Steven Moyers
  • -- Andres Torres
  • 34 Kyle Wilcox

Catchers

  •   Juan Camacho
  •  7 Rainis Silva

Infielders

  • 26 Johnny Adams
  • 13 Ryan Costello
  •  5 Eugene Heider
  • 44 Onil Pena
  • 22 Joseph Rosa
  •  4 Zach Scott

Outfielders

  • 37 Greifer Andrade
  •  2 Billy Cooke
  • -- Trey Griffey
  •  3 Jack Larsen
  • 12 Keegan McGovern
  • 14 Dimas Ojeda
  • 15 Ariel Sandoval
  • -- Johnny Slater

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  • 37 Dayeison Arias
  • 48 Jheyson Caraballo
  • 18 David Ellingson
  • 32 Ivan Fortunato
  • 39 AJ Franks
  • 23 Joey Gerber
  • 40 Logan Gilbert
  • 47 Carlos Hernandez
  • 12 Cody Mobley
  • 28 Penn Murfee
  • 21 Ulises Perez
  • 13 Michael Plassmeyer
  • 11 Orlando Razo
  • 10 Max Roberts
  •  9 Jamal Wade
  • 38 Noah Zavolas

Catchers

  • 30 Jake Anchia
  • 34 Troy Dixon
  • 29 Geoandry Montilla

Infielders

  • 15 Cash Gladfelter
  •  3 Bobby Honeyman
  •  8 Connor Hoover
  •  1 Connor Kopach
  • 16 Ryne Ogren
  • 17 Nick Rodriguez
  •  4 Matt Sanders

Outfielders

  • 31 Ryan Garcia
  • 19 Charlie McConnell
  •  2 Cameron Perkins #
  • 36 Jansiel Rivera
  • 27 Ronald Rosario
  • 25 Josh Stowers

Manager

  • 20 José Moreno

Coaches

  • 45 Danielin Acevedo (pitching)
  • -- Eric Farris (hitting)
  • -- Moises Hernandez (pitching)


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  •  9 Jorge Benitez
  • 23 George Capen
  • 35 Sam Carlson
  • 52 Michael Fairchild
  • 45 Ivan Fortunato
  • 13 AJ Franks
  • 48 Anjul Hernandez
  • 50 Edwin Martinez
  • 30 Cody Mobley
  • 49 Luis Munoz
  • 54 Ulises Perez
  • 27 Orlando Razo
  • 26 Max Roberts
  • 43 Michael Suarez
  • 53 Mitch Viydo

Catchers

  • 39 James Lovett
  • 22 Geoandry Montilla
  • 44 Ismerling Mota
  • -- Rainis Silva

Infielders

  • 16 Caleb Eldridge
  •  4 Connor Hoover

Outfielders

  • 14 Ryan Garcia
  •  8 DeAires Moses
  • 41 Jose Sandoval

Manager

  • 15 Zac Livingston

Coaches

  • -- Cody Buckel (pitching)
  • -- Dustin Lind (hitting)
  • -- Brad Mills (pitching)
  • 17 Yoel Monzon (pitching)


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  • 52 Elbis Afanador
  • 39 Luis Alcantara
  • 36 Raul Alcantara
  • 11 Luis Baez
  • 15 Feliberto Bonilla
  • 22 Saul Cuenca
  • 18 Josias De Los Santos
  • 29 Melquiades Escobar
  • 31 Deivy Florido
  • 47 Carlos Guzman
  • 20 Joseph Hernandez
  • 46 Igor Januario
  • 35 Anderson Mercedes
  • 26 Juan Mercedes
  •  6 Kelvin Nunez
  • 40 Jesus Ozoria
  • 34 Brayan Perez
  • 16 Daury Perez
  • 48 Freiquik Sanchez
  • 14 Yeury Tatiz

Catchers

  • 19 Freuddy Batista
  • 63 Ortwin Pieternella
  •  4 Daniel Santos

Infielders

  •  9 Steve Branche
  • 27 Yeral Casilla
  • 38 Osiris Castillo
  •  1 Francis Franco
  • 25 Edwin Gil
  • 10 Jery Hernandez
  •  3 Juan Querecuto

Outfielders

  •  7 Arturo Guerrero
  • 13 Miguel Perez
  • 17 Robert Perez
  • 44 Julio Rodriguez
  • 21 Luis Veloz

Manager

  • -- Cesar Nicolas

Coaches

  • -- Jose Amancio (pitching)
  • -- Luis Caballero
  • -- David Flores (hitting)
  • -- Renny Osuna


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