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July 17, 2009 at 12:00 PM

A list of Mariners’ signed draft picks

The news has come out in dribs and drabs, but the Mariners supplied a list of draft picks that have signed, as of the All-Star break. They haven’t signed either of their two first-rounders, Dustin Ackley or Nick Franklin, but they have signed supplemental first-round pick Steven Baron, as well as 11 of their first 15 picks.

Baron, the 33rd overall pick, made his professional debut last night for Class A Pulaski and went 0-for-3.

Here are their signed draftees:

C Steven Baron (supplemental); 2B Kyle Seager (third round); LF James Jones (fourth round); 2B Shaver Hansen (sixth round); LHP Brian Moran (seventh round); LHP James Gilheeney (eighth round); C Trevor Coleman (ninth round); 3B Vincent Catricala (10th round); 1B Timothy Morris (11th round); RHP Andrew Carraway (12th round); OF Matthew Cerione (13th round); LHP Anthony Vasquez (18th round); RHP Eric Thomas (19th round); LHP Jonathan Hesketh (20th round); RHP Daniel Cooper (21st round); C Carlton Tanabe (24th round); RHP Brandon Josselyn (25th round); LF Brandon Haveman (29th round); C Brandon Bantz (30th round); 2B Hawkins Gebbers (33rd round); RHP Eric Valdez (35th round); RHP John Housey (36th round); RHP Chris Kessinger (37th round); LF Greg Waddell (39th round); RHP Jorden Merry (40th round); RHP Kyle Witten (41st round); LF Mark Angelo (44th round); 2B Kevin Mailloux (45th round); 1B Evan Sharpley (50th round).

USS Mariner has a nice minor-league roundup that includes some of these guys.

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