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Jabari Henry in college for Florida International
So this will be a new addition for the stock report each week, as some Mariners who are not listed in the top 10 have earned the right to be included on a week-to-week basis. This slide will be dedicated to those select few who had standout weeks at each minor league level for the M's.
Jabari Henry - Clinton Lumberkings (A)
Jabari Henry has been a man possessed for the 2013 season, and after another strong week has earned his right to be listed. Last week, Henry batted 9-for-22 with two doubles, two homers and 11 RBI.
For the season, Henry has an eye-popping .370/.480/.605 line to go along with four homers and 18 RBI. His .370 batting average leads the Mariners farm system and will most likely earn him a promotion sooner rather than later.
Stephen Shackleford - High Desert Mavericks (High A)
Shackleford has been the bright spot for the Mavericks pitching staff so far this season, and it was much of the same this week. Shackleford made three appearances, recording a save in each of them while only allowing one hit.
He has yet to give up a run this season in 14.0 innings pitched, and he has a sparkling .098 BAA to go along with it. It doesn't matter what level you pitch at, those numbers are downright impressive.
James Jones - Jackson Generals (AA)
James Jones only played in four games this past week for Jackson but was still able to take full advantage. Jones went 8-for-14 with four doubles and five RBI for the week, including a 4-for-4 game against Jacksonville. On the season, Jones is batting .322 with two homers, 16 RBI and six stolen bases.
James Gillheeney - Tacoma Rainiers (AAA)
With all the offensive firepower in Tacoma this season, it is easy to forget about just how good the pitching staff has been as well. Gillheeney, who was recently promoted from Double-A Jackson, was solid for Tacoma this week, going 2-0 with a 2.84 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 12.2 IP.
Gillheeney is doing his best to make sure his name is included with the other big-name pitching prospects on the Rainiers staff.