We've already seen some prospects called up to the big leagues this season in Seattle, and if the team continues to play the way they've been playing, we'll likely see many more young players get their first major league licks.
Highly touted prospect Nick Franklin got his first chance over Memorial Day weekend and has been impressive so far, establishing himself as the everyday second baseman for the time being.
Rookie Brandon Maurer looked phenomenal during spring training, but struggled to replicate his success at the big league level and now finds himself back in the minors.
More minor leaguers will be called up at some point, at the latest in September, when the roster expands to 40 men.
Here's a look at the performances of the Seattle Mariners' top 10 prospects* over the last week.
All statistics and injury information via milb.com.
*Top 10 prospects according to seattlemariners.com.
No. 2 prospect Danny Hultzen is currently on the 7-day DL
No. 4 prospect Nick Franklin is currently playing for the Seattle Mariners
No. 7 prospect Victor Sanchez is currently on the 7-day DL
No. 12 prospect Jordan Shipers is currently on the 7-day DL
No. 14 prospect Joseph DeCarlo has not played this season
No. 15 prospect Luiz Gohara has not played this season.