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Mr. Mariner Alvin Davis checked in this morning with Harold Reynolds and Matt Vasgersian on MLB Network’s Hot Stove. The trio covered plenty of ground as they talked about his Moose Clausen Community Service Award, the Toys for Kids Auction, the beginning of Ken Griffey Jr.’s Major League career and went head-to-head with Reynolds to see who could better remember their fellow teammates from the 1982 Lynn Sailors.
Mariners Special Assistant to the GM Tony Blengino will appear on the MLB Network tonight in the second round of Baseball IQ. Blengino won his first-round match-up, earning $5,000 for Mariners Care, and will face Shane Demmitt from the Angels tonight in Round 2. Be sure to tune in and cheer Tony on!
The Mariners are certainly excited about all the talent that is coming up through the minor league pipeline and as some of you may know, a few of those talented young players will be here at FanFest this weekend: LHP Danny Hultzen, RHP Taijuan Walker, LHP James Paxton & OF Vinnie Catricala.
If you would like to get an idea of what the future of baseball may look like around the league, you’ll want to check out MLB Network or MLB.com tonight at 7pm PST when they will unveil the Top 50 Prospects in baseball. The complete rankings, including prospects 51-100, position and team lists, can be found at “Prospect Central” at MLB.com/prospects. MLB.com writer Jonathan Mayo will also discuss the top 100 prospects in an online chat on Friday, January 27th at 2:00 p.m. ET on MLB.com.
Newly acquired Mariners catcher Jesus Montero will surely be on the list, but he certainly hopes it is the last time:
“I don’t want to be a prospect anymore, I want to be in the big leagues,” said Montero. “I want somebody else to be the number one.”
If you read our earlier post about MLB.com’s list of the top 10 prospects at each position, you will have an idea of some of the Seattle players that will show up on the Top 100 list tonight. You can also add Montero to the list, as he was rated as the top catching prospect.