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June 19, 2014 at 12:12 PM

Mariners minor league report, June 19

Class AAA Tacoma

The Rainiers keep rolling, winning their seventh straight game with a 4-2 victory over Colorado Springs. Ty Kelly homered  and drove in three runs in the win.

  • Here’s Mike Curto’s daily blog post with a tidbit on roving instructor Jack Howell getting tossed from the game in the first inning.
  • Taijuan Walker starts tonight at Cheney Stadium.

Class AA Jackson

The Generals are on all-star break. The Southern League all-star game was held yesterday. Ketel Marte went 2-for-5 in the game.

Game notes: 6.19.14 Game Notes at MIS

Here’s a nice story on Moises Hernandez by the Jackson Sun’s Josh Lemons.

Lefty Tyler Pike has been promoted out of the pitching hell that is the Cal League to Jackson. OF Julio Morban and RHP David Colvin have been activated from the DL as well.

Pike was 2-4, with a 5.72 ERA (39ER/61.1) and 57 strikeouts for High Desert. Pike was the California League Pitcher of the Week for his performance May 26-June 1 and currently ranks 4th in the Mariners organization in strikeouts. In 2013, Pike was a midseason and postseason Midwest League All-Star while with Low-A Clinton. He was Seattle’s supplemental 3rd round draft pick (126th overall) in the 2012 draft out of Winter Haven HS (FL). Pike was rated in the preseason by SeattleClubhouse.com as the No. 5 overall prospect for the Mariners.

Class A High Desert

The Mavs are on all-star break. DH Gabriel Guerrero was the only player to participate in the Cal League all-star game. He went 0-for-2

The Victorville Daily Press has plenty of stuff on the Mavs today. Here’s a nice feature story on DJ Peterson overcoming a slow start at High Desert. Here’s a story previewing the second half of the season.

Class A Clinton

The LumberKings are on all-star break. The Midwest League all-star game took place on Wednesday. Edwin Diaz pitched one scoreless inning with a walk and a strikeout. Emilio Pagan pitch 2/3 of an inning, striking out a batter. Marcus Littlewood went 0-for-1 with a sac fly RBI. Jack Reinheimer went 0-for-2.

Here’s a story previewing the second half of the season from the Clinton Herald. Interesting note in there that outfielder Austin Wilson returned to Stanford during the all-star break to partake in graduation.

Short A Everett

Class A Everett lost 10-1 to Tri-Cities. Phillips Castillo had two hits for the Aqua Sox. Here’s a feature on third round pick Austin Cousino from Nick Patterson.

Rookie League Pulaski

The Mariners open play on Thursday. Here’s their roster

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