2013 MiLB Mid-Season Report

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  • Seattle Mariners 2013 Minor League Mid-Season Report

  • 2013 Minor League Mid-Season Report -- Stats & Records as of July 14, 2013 --

    TEAM OVERALL STANDINGS FIRST HALF SECOND HALF

    TACOMA Pacific Coast League 55-43, 1st, +1.0 -- JACKSON Southern League 39-51, 4th, -15.5 29-37, 4th, -13.0 10-14, 4th, -6.0 HIGH DESERT California League 46-48, 3rd, -9.5 34-36, 3rd, -5.0 12-12, T3rd, -4.5 CLINTON Midwest League 45-47, 5th, -13.5 33-36, 5th, -9.5 12-11, 4th, -4.0 EVERETT Northwest League 20-10, 1st, +2.0 -- PULASKI Appalachian League 12-10, 4th, -1.0 -- AZL MARINERS Arizona League 11-8, 2nd, -0.5 -- DSL MARINERS Dominican Summer Lg. 16-18, T5th, -6.0 -- VSL MARINERS Venezuelan Summer Lg. 35-14, 1st, +10.0 -- *Division winner

    BATTING TOP 10 (minimum 2.7 PA/team game) BATTER CLUB AVG G AB R H HR RBI Petty, Kyle MAR .353 18 68 12 24 0 10 Berroa, Noe MAR .339 14 56 10 19 0 11 Taylor, Chris JXN .319 90 354 74 113 8 50 Miller, Brad TAC .319 68 257 53 82 12 53 Morales, Estarlyn MAR .316 19 76 11 24 2 11 Caballero, Luis MAR .309 18 55 14 17 0 2 Palma, Alexy MAR .306 15 49 7 15 2 12 Choi, Ji-Man JXN .301 80 279 46 84 13 57 Pizzano, Dario CLI .297 83 300 51 89 5 46 Reinheimer, Jack EVE .293 26 99 14 29 0 15

    PITCHING TOP 10 (minimum 0.8 IP/team game)

    PITCHER CLUB W-L ERA IP H BB SO Diaz, Edwin PUL 2-0 0.33 27.0 19 5 31 Walker, Taijuan TAC 6-7 2.16 100.0 69 35 112 Seifrit, Logan MAR 2-0 2.33 19.1 13 4 15 Pike, Tyler CLI 6-3 2.43 89.0 60 46 73 Vieira, Thyago EVE 2-1 2.57 28.0 17 13 18 Huijer, Lars EVE 4-1 2.64 30.2 21 10 23 Elias, Roenis JXN 5-8 2.87 103.1 84 39 89 Ramirez, Erasmo EVE 3-3 2.96 48.2 46 16 45 Flores, Jose PUL 2-0 3.00 18.0 13 8 19 Olson, Tyler EVE 1-1 3.54 28.0 21 9 26

    HOME RUNS Blash, Jabari HD 16 Paolini, Daniel HD 15 Peguero, Carlos TAC 14 Choi, Ji-Man JXN 13 Morla, Ramon JXN 13 RBI Paolini, Daniel HD 62 Rivers, Kevin HD 59 Peguero, Carlos TAC 58 Choi, Ji-Man JXN 57 Miller, Brad TAC 53 STOLEN BASES Austin, Jamal HD 25 Taylor, Chris JXN 25 Jones, James JXN 23 Landry, Leon JXN 20 Almonte, Abraham TAC 17 TEAM BATTING AVG AB R H HR BB SO SB CS AZL Mariners .294 720 115 212 6 65 185 19 13 Tacoma .269 3410 542 917 99 367 858 72 37 Clinton .268 3026 426 812 48 274 601 78 38 High Desert .268 3255 541 873 98 348 735 106 41 Pulaski .255 738 101 188 19 73 173 28 17 Everett .250 993 127 248 13 114 233 34 20 Jackson .237 2919 345 691 61 244 712 106 37

    WINS Sweeney, Brian TAC 8 DeCecco, Scott CLI 7 Gillheeney, James HD 7 Andrew Carraway TAC 6 James Paxton TAC 6 Tyler Pike CLI 6 Taijuan Walker TAC 6 SAVES Bawcom, Logan TAC 16 Leone, Dominic JXN 12 Smith, Carson JXN 10 Shackleford, Stephen JXN 8 Wood, Grady HD 7 STRIKEOUTS Walker, Taijuan TAC 112 Paxton, James TAC 97 Elias, Roenis JXN 89 Landazuri, Stephen HD 87 Miller, Trevor JXN 78 TEAM PITCHING W-L ERA H CG SHO SV HR BB SO Pulaski 12-10 3.08 164 0 1 5 16 70 202 Jackson 39-51 3.32 686 2 7 16 67 286 690 Everett 20-10 3.86 234 1 2 11 11 119 242 AZL Mariners 11-8 3.94 186 0 1 7 7 71 156 Clinton 45-47 3.98 737 2 5 20 54 326 574 Tacoma 55-43 4.34 912 1 8 30 91 302 767 High Desert 46-48 4.99 878 0 1 23 96 309 727

  • Seattle Mariners -- 2013 Minor League Awards

    MLB FUTURES ALL-STAR GAME

    The U.S. beat the World 4-2 in the 2013 All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field in New York. Taijuan Walker pitched a scoreless 2nd inning, allowing no hits and one walk. 1B Ji-Man Choi went 0-for-2 for the World Squad. Arizona minor-leaguer Matt Davidson (a high school teammate of Walker) hit a two-run homer for the U.S., and Cubs prospect Arismendy Alcantara homered for the World team. Seattle Mariners minor league pitcher Taijuan Walker and shortstop Brad Miller were selected to play for the U.S. squad in the 15th annual SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field in New York City as part of All-Star weekend. This was Walkers second consecutive selection on the All-Star Futures roster. INF Ji-Man Choi was added to the World team as a replacement for Rangers catcher Jorge Alfaro, who broke his hand when he was hit by a pitch on Friday. SS Brad Miller was replaced on the U.S. team by D-backs shortstop Chris Owings, since Miller won't be eligible to play now that he's on the Major League roster. Tacoma Rainiers hitting coach Howard Johnson was also part of the U.S. coaching staff. The Mariners have had 30 selections to the Futures Game since its first beginning in 1999. Three players on the current 25-man roster played in the Futures Game in the past: Felix Hernandez (2004), Kendrys Morales (2005) and Michael Saunders (2007). Hernandez (All-Star: 2009, 2011-12; Futures Game: 2004) is one of 99 players to have competed in both the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game and the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Major League Baseball, in conjunction with the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau, MLB.com, Baseball America and the 30 Major League Clubs, selected the 25 players currently on each team. Each Major League organization is represented and players from all full-season Minor Leagues were eligible to participate.

    PLAYERS/PITCHERS OF THE WEEK

    Brad Miller, INF Jackson Southern League (April 4-14) Hector Noesi, RHP Jackson Southern League (April 4-14) Nick Franklin, INF Tacoma PCL (April 22-28) Andrew Carraway, RHP Tacoma PCL (April 22-28) Jeremy Bonderman, RHP Tacoma PCL (April 29-May 5) Jabari Henry, OF Clinton Midwest League (April 29-May 5) James Paxton, LHP Tacoma PCL (June 17-23) Julio Morban, OF Jackson Southern League (June 17-23) Edwin Diaz, RHP Pulaski Appalachian League (June 24-30) Tyler Olson, LHP Everett Northwest League (July 8-14)

    MID-SEASON ALL-STARS

    Pacific Coast League (Tacoma): OF Carlos Peguero LHP Brian Moran Southern League (Jackson): OF Julio Morban OF James Jones RHP Taijuan Walker Unable participate after being promoted to AAA Tacoma California League (High Desert): SS Chris Taylor starter (0x4, K) RF Jabari Blash (0x2, K) also participated in HR derby NF Ji-Man Choi Did not participate after being promoted to AA Jackson Midwest League (Clinton): OF Dario Pizzano (0x2, BB, K) C Tyler Marlette (BB, R) CF Jabari Henry (0x1, R, BB) LH Tyler Pike (1.0,0,0,0,0,1) LH Dylan Unsworth unable to participate due to an injury.

    SiriusXM ALL-STAR FUTURES GAME

    RHP Taijuan Walker (Team USA) INF Ji-Man Choi (World Team) Replaced Texas Rangers C Jorge Alfaro. INF Brad Miller (Team USA) Unable to play after promotion to Major Leagues.

  • 2013 Minor League Mid-Season Report

    AFFILIATES UPDATE: The Mariners 9 minor league affiliates combined for a 279-249 (.528) record at the All-Star break. The organization currently leads all Major League farm systems with 279 wins, while ranking 7th in the Majors with a .528 winning percentage. The AAA Tacoma Rainiers currently lead the PCL, while short-A Everett leads the Northwest League. DRAFT RECAP: Seattle signed 32 of the 40 players selected in the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Seattle selected third baseman D.J. Peterson from the University of New Mexico with their first round pick (12th overall). The Mariners selected 16 pitchers, including 8 left-handers, 4 catchers, 14 infielders (3 1B, 4 3B, 7 SS), and 6 outfielders. Seattle selected 27 college players and 12 high school players (1 no school). Of the 24 position players selected, 11 are LH batters. AN ALL-STAR AMONG US: The Mariners had 13 Minor League players named to 2013 All-Star teams, including 2 players from Triple-A Tacoma in the PCL, 3 players from the Double-A Jackson in the Southern League, 3 from Single- A High Desert in the California League and 5 from Single-A Clinton in the Midwest League. Mariners All-Stars include: PCL OF Carlos Peguero, LHP Brian Moran; Southern League - RHP Taijuan Walker (unable to player due to promotion to AAA), OF Julio Morban, OF James Jones, California League SS Chris Taylor, RF Jabari Blash and INF Ji-Man Choi (unable to play due to promotion to AA); MWL - OF Dario Pizzano, C Tyler Marlette, CF Jabari Henry, LH Tyler Pike, LH Dylan Unsworth (unable to play due to injury). ON FIRE IN THE VSL: INF/OF Gianfranco Wawoe is currently batting .363 (65x179) with 54 runs scored, 14 doubles, 4 triples, 6 home runs, 24 RBI and 17 stolen bases in 49 games with the VSL Mariners. Wawoe ranks amongst the league leaders in nearly every offensive category, including leading the VSL in average, slugging percentage (.588), runs scored and total bases (107). He also ranks T1st in games played, hits and extra-base hits (25), 2nd in stolen bases and T2nd in doubles, triples and walks. Teammate INF/OF Yordi Calderon is batting .324 (59x182) with 52 runs scored, 15 doubles, 3 triples, 7 home runs and 29 RBI in 49 games. He currently leads the VSL in walks (30), while ranking T1st in extra-base hits (25) and games, 2nd in on-base percentage (.456), T2nd in doubles, runs scored, 3rd in home runs, slugging percentage (.551), total bases (102), 4th in hits and at-bats and 5th in average. Starters Kevin Gadea and Pablo Marruffo have combined to go 13-2 with a 2.36 ERA (26 ER, 99.0 IP) in 19 starts. Relievers Hector Hidalgo and Osmel Morales each lead the team with 5 saves a piece. 25 RUN/30 HIT OUTBURST: The Rainiers recorded 30 hits and scored 25 runs en route to a 25-6 win over Colorado Springs on June 19. The 25 runs scored are the most since the Rainiers became affiliated with the Mariners in 1995. The previous high was 24 runs scored on June 6, 2011 at Tucson. The 30 hits is also a Rainiers-era franchise record, besting the previous hit of 25 on June 28, 2004 at Sacramento. The Rainiers recorded at least 2 runs in each of the first 6.0 inning and 5-or-more runs in 3 different innings. Tacoma jumped out to an early lead with 6 runs in the first inning and capped off the evening with a 7-run 6th inning. Since 2005, the Rainiers a