Seattle Mariners' Top 10 Prospects Rankings, Spring Forecasts

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Seattle Mariners' Top 10 Prospects Rankings, Spring Forecasts
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RHP Taijuan Walker enters the 2013 season ranked as baseball's No. 5 overall prospect.

The Mariners’ system is absolutely loaded with talent at Double-A and above, as their top-five prospects all rank within Prospect Pipeline's Top 100 and have the potential to contribute as early as the 2013 season.

In addition to their depth on the mound in Taijuan Walker, Danny Hultzen, James Paxton and Brandon Maurer, they also have a host of highly promising bats at premium positions. Highlighted by 2012 first-round pick Mike Zunino, it seems as though Nick Franklin, Brad Miller and Stefen Romero are all capable of raking their way towards a call-up during the 2013 season.

Due to their depth, the Mariners are also poised to be one of the game’s more intriguing teams to trade with during the upcoming season.

Here’s a look at the Seattle Mariners’ top 10 prospects entering spring training.

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