The Seattle Mariners made some noisy free-agent signings early in the winter but have since quieted down, just like the rest of the baseball world, which is waiting on pins and needles to hear who remaining top prize Masahiro Tanaka will play for.
Even though the M's signed a couple of big names, there are still holes in the roster that need to be filled before the season begins.
There's still no third starter, and the back of the rotation is full of young arms with barely a full season under their collective belts.
The bullpen needs a lot of help, evidenced by the unit's abysmal ERA from a season ago.
The situation at catcher is still muddy following the demotion and suspension of Jesus Montero.
All that being said, here are the top free agents the Mariners can bring in for Spring Training.