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Arizona League Mariners

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arizona League Mariners
Founded in 1988
Peoria, Arizona
Minor league affiliations
ClassRookie League
LeagueArizona League
Major league affiliations
TeamSeattle Mariners
Previous teamsBoston Red Sox (1988)
Minor league titles
League titles (4)
  • 2000
  • 2007
  • 2009
  • 2016
Division titles (3)
  • 2009
  • 2014
  • 2016
Team data
NicknameArizona League Mariners (1989-present)
Previous names
Arizona League Red Sox/Mariners (1988)
BallparkPeoria Sports Complex
Owner(s)/
Operator(s)
Seattle Mariners

The Arizona League Mariners are a minor league baseball team in Peoria, Arizona, United States. They are a Class R team in the Arizona League and are a farm team of the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners play home games at Peoria Sports Complex.

In 1988, the first year of the team's existence, they operated as a co-op with the Boston Red Sox and were called the Arizona League Red Sox/Mariners.

Year-by-year record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1989 26-26 3rd Dave Myers
1990 32-21 2nd Dave Myers
1991 33-27 3rd Myron Pines
1992 32-24 2nd Carlos Lezcano
1993 18-36 8th Marty Martínez
1994 21-35 8th Marty Martínez
1995 24-32 5th Tom LeVasseur
1996 29-27 3rd Tom LeVasseur
1997 30-26 2nd Darrin Garner
1998 31-24 2nd Darrin Garner
1999 32-24 2nd Gary Thurman
2000 39-16 1st Omer Munoz Won Playoff
2001 34-22 2nd Omer Munoz Lost Playoff
2002 19-36 7th Darrin Garner
2003 29-19 3rd Scott Steinmann
2004 31-25 4th Scott Steinmann
2005 27-29 5th (t) Dana Williams
2006 25-30 5th Dana Williams
2007 37-19 1st Jose Moreno League Champions
2008 21-35 8th Andy Bottin
2009 33-22 1st Andy Bottin League Champions
2010 20-36 4th Jesus Azuaje
2011 25-31 2nd Jesus Azuaje
2012 31-25 2nd Mike Kinkade
2013 22-32 3rd Darrin Garner
2014 31-22 1st Darrin Garner Lost Semi-Finals
2015 31-25 2nd Darrin Garner Lost in finals
2016 31-25 1st Zac Livingston League Champions
2017 31-24 1st Zac Livingston Lost in quarter-finals

Top player statistics

Mariners Team and top Hitter and Pitcher statistics
Team Individual
Year BA ERA Fld Hitter AB Hits Avr Pitcher W-L ERA
1992 .275 3.30 .934 Jim Furtado 134 42 .313 Greg Theron 4-1 1.26
1993 .246 4.78 .945 Jason Cook 160 51 .319 John Daniels 3-4 3.40
1994 .239 2.89 .954 Wilson Delgado 149 56 .376 Derek Bieniasz 3-3 1.39
1995 .260 4.30 .945 Duan Johnson 174 61 .351 Russell Jacob 6-2 2.89
1996 .246 3.68 .948 Brian Smith 223 66 .296 Shawn Chacón 1-2 1.60
1997 .278 4.61 .949 Jose Moreno 190 69 .363 Julio Mateo 3-1 3.30
1998 .255 3.57 .949 Alex Fernandez 151 50 .331 Enmanuel Ulloa 4-0 0.88
1999 .285 4.60 .957 Oscar Ramirez 159 52 .327 Roy Wells 3-0 2.68
2000 .316 4.10 .952 Pedro Liriano 170 68 .400 Derrick Van Dusen 6-0 2.63
2001 .300 4.59 .946 Christopher Collins 161 55 .342 Tanner Watson 8-2 4.42
2002 .252 4.94 .947 Joshua Ellison 149 49 .329 Luis Espinal 5-5 3.46
2003 .289 4.87 .953 Casey Craig 142 47 .331 Eric O'Flaherty 3-0 1.93
2004 .288 4.55 .952 Luis Soto 148 49 .331 Stephen Grasley 4-0 3.21
2005 .292 4.88 .951 Juan Guzman 153 49 .320 John Sullivan 3-0 2.88
2006 .274 4.19 NA Alex Liddi 182 57 .313 Doug Salinas 4-0 2.82
2007 .267 3.39 .964 Daniel Carroll 201 65 .323 Fabian Williamson 6-2 3.41
2008 .260 5.09 Jharmidy De Jesus 127 43 .339 Richard Ortiz 4-2 2.92

Roster

Arizona League Mariners roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 48 Ty Adcock
  • 58 Raul Alcantara
  • 18 Danny Chang
  • 36 Dutch Landis
  • 41 Holden Laws
  • -- Adam Macko
  • 29 Anderson Mercedes
  • 21 Matt Mogollon
  • 49 Leo Rodriguez
  • 25 Tyler Suellentrop
  • 30 Yeury Tatiz
  • 37 Anthony Tomczak
  • 54 Blake Townsend

Catchers

  • 19 Freuddy Batista
  • 28 Daniel Santos

Infielders

  • 38 Osiris Castillo
  • 15 Edwin Gil
  •  6 Cody Grosse
  •  8 Sebastian Ochoa
  •  5 Nolan Perez
  • 33 Juan Querecuto

Outfielders

  • 26 Jepherson Garcia
  • 22 Antoine Mistico
  •  7 Cesar Trejo
  •  2 Luis Veloz


Manager

  • 15 Zac Livingston

Coaches

  • -- Connor Dawson (hitting)
  • 17 Yoel Monzon (pitching)


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
* On Seattle Mariners 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated October 17, 2019
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB • Arizona League
Seattle Mariners minor league players

External links

This page was last edited on 22 April 2019, at 12:18
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