Seattle Mariners minor league players


Seattle Mariners minor league players

Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Seattle Mariners system.

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Jorge Agudelo

Jorge Agudelo
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: May 30, 1989 (1989-05-30) (age 22)
Caracas, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jorge Agudelo (born May 30, 1989) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Agudelo was signed by the Mariners as an un-drafted free agent on January 25, 2006.[1]

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Matt Bischoff

Matt Bischoff
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Pitcher
Born: May 21, 1987 (1987-05-21) (age 24)
Decatur, Indiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Matthew David "Matt" Bischoff (born May 21, 1987 in Decatur, Indiana) is a professional baseball player who is currently a member of the Seattle Mariners minor league organization. Bischoff, a pitcher, bats and throws right-handed.[2] He stands at 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m) and weighs 190 pounds (86 kg).[2] Bischoff attended New Haven High School where he set a school career record in wins and strikeouts. He then enrolled at Purdue University where he played baseball for four years (2007–2010). He was the Big Ten Freshman of the Year in 2007. Bischoff holds the career and single season strikeouts record for Purdue's baseball team. From Purdue, he was drafted by the Seattle Mariners during the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. He made his professional baseball debut at the rookie-level level with the Pulaski Mariners that year.

Amateur career
High school

Bischoff attended New Haven High School, where he was a four-year letterman.[3] During his freshman season, he compiled a record of 3–2 with a 3.20 earned run average (ERA), nine saves, and 63 strikeouts.[3] In his sophomore campaign, Bischoff went 9–1 with a 1.20 ERA, and 120 strikeouts.[3] His strikeout total broke a school record.[3] He was named to the all-conference team after the season.[3] Bischoff went 11–2 with a 0.70 ERA, and 137 strikeouts during his junior season.[3] He broke the school's strikeout record, which he set the season before.[3] He was a first team all-conference, first team all-area, and first team all-state member that season.[3] In his senior year, Bischoff went 12–3 with 133 strikeouts.[3] After the season, the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel named Bischoff as the male athlete of the year.[3] He holds the school record in career wins (35), and strikeouts (453).[3] Bischoff also played tennis, and basketball while in high school.[3] For all four of his years on the school's baseball team, his father, Dave Bischoff, was his coach.[3]

College

Bischoff attended Purdue University from 2007 to 2010. In his freshman season, he compiled a record of 3–2 with a 2.85 ERA, one complete game, one shutout, two saves, and 61 strikeouts in 14 games, six starts.[4] That season, he was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year.[3] Bischoff was also named a Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Freshman All-American, and a second team All-Big Ten selection.[3] During his sophomore season, Bischoff went 6–3 with a 3.96 ERA, and 55 strikeouts in 14 games, all starts.[4] He was a first team All-Big Ten selection that year.[3] After the season, Bischoff was drafted by the New York Mets in the 47th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft.[5]

In his junior campaign, Bischoff compiled a 4–5 record with a 5.54 ERA, three complete games, and 80 strikeouts in 14 games, all starts.[4] He was a third team All-Big Ten selection that season.[3] In his final season at Purdue, Bischoff compiled a 10–2 record with a 3.22 ERA, two complete games, and 95 strikeouts in 13 games, all starts.[4] Bischoff was selected in the 20th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft by the Seattle Mariners.[6] Bischoff currently holds the Purdue career record for strikeouts with 291.[7] His 2010 strikeouts total is also a school single-season record.[7] He was also the first player in school history to win All-Big Ten honors all four years.[8]

Professional career

After signing with the Seattle Mariners in 2010, Bischoff was assigned to the rookie-level Pulaski Mariners. Baseball America described Bischoff as doing an "excellent job of competing with average stuff".[9] That season, he compiled a 4–4 record with a 3.30 ERA, five saves, and 45 strikeouts in 17 games, all in relief.[2] Bischoff was promoted to the Class-A Clinton LumberKings during their post-season run in the Midwest League playoffs.[10]

Personal

Bischoff was born on May 21, 1987 in Decatur, Indiana.[2] His parents are Kristen and Dave Bischoff.[3] Matt Bischoff has a brother, Kyle, who also attended Purdue University.[3]

Leury Bonilla

Leury Bonilla

Seattle Mariners — No. --
Third basemen / Second basemen
Born: February 8, 1985 (1985-02-08) (age 26)
Gaspar Hernández, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Leury Bonilla (born February 8, 1985(1985-02-08) in Gaspar Hernández, Dominican Republic) is a professional baseball player who plays in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was signed as a non-drafted free agent on November 1, 2002.

Professional career
Seattle Mariners

Bonilla played his first seasons in the Dominican Summer League. He began the 2005 season with the Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League. He batted .248 with three doubles, three triples, two home runs and 22 RBIs in 34 games.

In 2006 Bonilla played for the Short-Season Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League. He hit .230 with 12 doubles, seven home runs and 27 RBIs. He participated in the Arizona Fall League at the end of the season.

Bonilla spent the 2007 season with the Class-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers of the Midwest League. He played all of the positions with the exception of center field. He hit .258 with 22 doubles, two triples, three home runs, 31 RBIs and 11 stolen bases. He also pitched two games giving up no runs and compiling one save in 113 innings pitched.

He spent the 2008 season with the Class-A High Desert Mavericks of the California League. He hit .301 with 11 doubles, two triples, three home runs and 23 RBIs. He was placed on the disabled list with a strained left abdomen from July 8 to September 10 and made seven rehab starts with Peoria from August 11 to August 29.

In 2009 Bonilla played for the both the Mavericks and the Double-A West Tenn Diamond Jaxx. He went a combined .234 with 14 doubles, four triples, three home runs and 18 RBIs. In a game on September 6th - playing for West Tennessee - Bonilla played all nine positions.

Andrew Carraway

Andrew Carraway
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Pitcher
Born: September 4, 1986 (1986-09-04) (age 25)
Canton, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Andrew Donnelly Carraway (born September 4, 1986(1986-09-04) in Canton, Georgia) is a professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted in the 12th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.[11]

Amateur career

At Walton High School Carraway was a two-year letter winner. He also helped his team get to the 5A Region Championship as junior. Awards received by Carraway included All-Cobb County and all-state honors, Baseball Coaches Award, MVP of East Cobb Summer Team and a finalist for the Wendy’s Heisman Award.

In his first season at the University of Virginia he went 2-0 with a 2.91 ERA in 19 appearances. He also pitched in three shutout games and threw 33 strikeouts. He was selected to inaugural All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Baseball Team.

Carraway went 5-0 with a 3.60 ERA and 33 strikeouts 22 games. He was named to the ACC All-Academic Baseball Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

He went 4-3 with a 4.06 ERA in 15 games, and 13 starts. He was named to the All-ACC Academic Baseball Team for third straight year as well as ACC Academic Honor Roll.

His senior year, Carraway went 9-2 with a 3.96 ERA in 16 games, 13 of which were starts. Carraway started the ACC Championship game in which Virginia beat Florida State University, and went on to receive the first ever win for a University of Virginia pitcher in the College World Series, eliminating Cal State Fullerton.

Professional career

Carraway began his professional career in 2009 with the Short-Season Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League and the Class-A Clinton LumberKings of the Midwest League. He went a combined 8-0 with a 2.09 ERA, one save and 60 strikeouts in 17 games, 10 starts. In his first full year in professional baseball, he recorded a 5.33 ERA in the notoriously hitter-friendly California League for the High Desert Mavericks, and led the team in wins and strikeouts.

Carraway is currently playing for the Jackson Generals in the AA Southern League.

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Daniel Carroll

Daniel Carroll
Seattle Mariners — No. —
Center fielder
Born: January 6, 1989 (1989-01-06) (age 22)
Moreno Valley, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Daniel Sean Carroll (born January 6, 1989(1989-01-06) in Moreno Valley, California) is a professional baseball player in the Seattle Mariners organization. He graduated from Valley View High School in 2007. He was drafted by the Mariners in the third round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft.

Carroll began his professional career in 2007 with the Rookie-Level Peoria Mariners and the Short-Season Everett AquaSox. He batted a combined .312 with nine doubles, six triples, 24 RBIs and 29 stolen bases in 57 games. He was named to the Arizona League Postseason All-Star team. He was also named the Peoria Mariners Player of the Year by Seattle. Carroll played in the Arizona Fall League at seasons end.

In 2008 Carroll played with the Peoria Mariners, the Class-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and the Class-A Advance High Desert Mavericks. He hit a combined .216 with nine doubles, four doubles, one home run, 22 RBIs and 38 stolen bases in 79 games.

Carroll split the 2009 season with the Peoria Mariners and the Class-A Clinton LumberKings. He hit a combined .220 with nine doubles, two triples, two home runs, 26 RBIs and 23 stolen bases. He led the LumberKings in stolen bases.

Yao Wen Chang

Yao Wen Chang
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Pitcher
Born: October 31, 1990 (1990-10-31) (age 21)
Taichung, Taiwan
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Yao Wen Chang (born October 31, 1990(1990-10-31) in Taichung, Taiwan) is a professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was signed as a non-drafted free agent on November, 5 2007.

Chang began his career in 2008 with the Rookie-Level Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League. He went 0-2 with a 5.75 ERA and 18 strikeouts in 15 games.

In 2009 Chang pitched for both the Rookie-Level Peoria Mariners and the Rookie-Level Pulaski Mariners. He pitched one game for Peoria and gave up 10 runs in 413 innings. With Palaski Chang went 0-6 with a 5.89 ERA in 13 games, nine starts.

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Ji-Man Choi

Ji-Man Choi
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Catcher / First baseman
Born: May 19, 1991 (1991-05-19) (age 20)
South Korea
Bats: Left Throws: Right
Minor league baseball statistics
(through 2010)
Batting average     .360
Home runs     2
Runs batted in     30
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Ji-Man Choi (born May 19, 1991 in South Korea) is a professional baseball player who currently plays in the Seattle Mariners organization. He made his professional debut in 2010 with the Arizona League Mariners. Choi joined Seattle's Class-A Advanced High Desert Mavericks later in the season. After his first season, he was named the Arizona League's Most Valuable Player. Choi plays both first base and catcher, standing at 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) and weighing 195 pounds (88 kg).[12] He bats left-handed, while throwing right.[12]

Professional career

Choi was signed by the Seattle Mariners before the 2010 season. He was sent the their Arizona League affiliate to begin his professional baseball career. With the Arizona League Mariners, Choi batted .378 with 23 runs scored, 51 hits, 15 doubles, two triples, one home run, 23 runs batted in (RBIs), and 10 stolen bases in 39 games played.[12] Amongst league batters, Choi was second in on-base percentage (.459), and slugging percentage (.541).[13] Choi also played 11 games with the Class-A Advanced High Desert Mavericks of the California League that season. On August 24, in a game against the Inland Empire 66ers, Choi hit his first and only home run with the Mavericks.[14] With the Mavericks, he batted .302 with seven runs scored, 13 hits, one double, one triple, one home run, and seven RBIs.[12] Combined between the two teams, Choi batted .360 with 30 runs scored, 64 hits, 16 doubles, three triples, two home runs, and 30 RBIs in 50 games played.[12] On defense between the two clubs, he played 34 games as a first baseman and 10 as a catcher, committing two errors; and making 39 assists, and 326 putouts.[12] After the season, he was named the Arizona League Most Valuable Player.[13] The Seattle Mariners named Choi as their top position player on their Arizona League affiliate.[15]

Henry Contreras

Henry Contreras
Seattle Mariners — No. —
Catcher
Born: May 5, 1986 (1986-05-05) (age 25)
Duarte, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Henry Contreras (born May 5, 1986(1986-05-05) in Duarte, California) is a professional baseball catcher in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted by the Mariners in the 24th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft.

Contreras began his professional career in 2008 with the Rookie-Level Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League and the Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League. He had a combined batting average of .323 with eight doubles, 16 runs batted in and two stolen bases in 30 games.

In 2009 Contreras split the season between the Peoria Mariners and the Class-A Clinton LumberKings of the Midwest League. He hit a combined .375 with eight doubles, one triples, two home runs and 15 RBIs in 25 games.

Jetsy Extrano

Jetsy Extrano
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Shortstop
Born: August 13, 1988 (1988-08-13) (age 23)
Puerto Cabello, Venezuela
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Jetsy Jens Extrano (born August 13, 1988(1988-08-13) in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela) is a professional baseball shortstop in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was signed as a non-drafted free agent on January 26, 2005. He graduated from Liceo Virgen Del Valle Nueva Esporta in 2005.

Professional career

In his first season, 2005, Extrano played with the Rookie-Level VSL Mariners of the Venezuelan Summer League. He hit .135 with 12 hits, two doubles, two home runs and five RBIs in 34 games.

Extrano spent his second professional season with the VSL Mariners in 2006. He hit .261 with 41 hits, eight doubles, two home runs, 23 RBIs and six stolen bases.

He did not play in 2007. In 2008 Extrano played his third season with the VSL Mariners. He batted .279 with 56 hits, 19 doubles, four doubles and 42 RBIs in 58 games.

In 2009 Extrano split the season between the Class-A Clinton Lumberkings of the Midwest League and the Rookie-League AZL Mariners of the Arizona League. With the LumberKings he hit .045 with one hit in 22 at-bats. He was then transferred to the AZL Mariners where he hit .272 with 41 hits, nine doubles, two triples, five home runs and 30 RBIs. He went a combined .243 between the two clubs.

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Jarrett Grube

Jarrett Grube
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Pitcher
Born: November 5, 1981 (1981-11-05) (age 30)
Corunna, Indiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jarrett George Grube (born November 11, 1981) is an American baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Grube was drafted in the 10th round of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft by the Colorado Rockies.

Brandon Haveman

Brandon Haveman
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Left fielder
Born: June 21, 1986 (1986-06-21) (age 25)
Zeeland, Michigan
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Brandon J. Haveman (born June 21, 1986(1986-06-21) in Zeeland, Michigan) is a professional baseball left fielder in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted by the Mariners in the 29th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.

Amateur career

Haveman earned two letters in baseball at Zeeland High School where he hit .478 as a junior and .358 during his senior season.

He attended Lake Michigan College for his freshman and sophomore year. He earned all-conference, all-region and all-America honors as a freshman while hitting .470 with eight doubles and five triples. He was also selected to the all-conference team as a sophomore, hitting .378 with 12 doubles, five triples and two home runs.

Haveman transferred to Purdue University where he was a redshirt junior. As a senior he earned a Second Team All-Big Ten selection. He appeared in 57 games, making 55 starts and batted a team-high .379 with 16 doubles, five triples, two home runs, 24 RBIs, 12 stolen bases and 60 runs scored. Haveman led the team in triples, steals and runs, while tying for the team lead in doubles.

Professional career

In 2009 Haveman began his professional career with the Rookie-Level Pulaski Mariners. He batted .339 with 59 hits, nine doubles, four triples, five home runs and 18 RBIs. He led the team in batting average.

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Ralph Henriquez

Ralph Henriquez
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Catcher
Born: April 7, 1987 (1987-04-07) (age 24)
Key West, Florida
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Ralph M. Henriquez, Jr. (born April 7, 1987(1987-04-07) in Key West, Florida) is a professional baseball catcher in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted in the second round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft by the Houston Astros.[16] He has also played in the New York Mets organization. He attended Key West High School.

Professional career
Houston Astros

Henriquez signed with the Astros on June 11, 2005 and was invited to the Astros clubhouse where he participated in batting practice.[17] He began his professional career with the Rookie-Level Greeneville Astros of the Appalachian League in '05. He hit .215 with 11 doubles, three triples, one home run and 26 RBIs in 46 games.

In the 2006 preseason, Henriquez was invited to attend a camp hosted by Nolan Ryan.[18] The camp included the top prospects from the Astros organization.[18] The Astros also invited him to spring training.[19][20] He again played for the Rookie-Level Greeneville Astros in '06. He hit .231 with 11 doubles, five home runs and 37 RBIs in 62 games.

He was again invited to the preseason prospect camp in 2007, hosted by Nolan Ryan and Jeff Bagwell.[21][22] He played the entire '07 season with the Class-A Lexington Legends of the South Atlantic League. He hit .185 with 12 doubles, one triple, seven home runs and 36 RBIs in 103 games.

New York Mets

On December 6, 2007 he was traded to the New York Mets for Josh Appell. He split the 2008 season with the Short-Season Brooklyn Cyclones and the Class-A Savannah Sand Gnats. Henriquez was the hitter involved in confusion when he played with the Cyclones in June when switch-pitcher Pat Venditte and Henriquez (a switch-hitter) kept switching hands.[23] The final ruling was that the hitter and pitcher can only switch hands twice, favoring Venditte.[24] He hit a combined .232 with five doubles, one triple, and four RBIs in 29 games.

In 2009 Henriquez split the season between the Short-Season Brooklyn Cyclones, the Class-A Savannah Sand Gnats and the Class-A Advanced St. Lucie Mets. He hit .276 with 11 doubles, one triple, two home runs and 23 RBIs in 63 games.

Seattle Mariners

In December, 2009 he was signed by the Seattle Mariners.[25]

Steven Hensley

Steven Hensley
Seattle Mariners — No. —
Starting pitcher
Born: December 27, 1986 (1986-12-27) (age 24)
Asheville, North Carolina
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Steven Daniel Hensley (born December 27, 1986 in Asheville, North Carolina) is a professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Hensley attended Charles D. Owen High School in Black Mountain, North Carolina. He was originally selected by the Washington Nationals in 44th round, 1309th overall, of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft but decided to attend Elon University. Hensley was the Mariners' fourth round selection, 132 overall, in the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft; signed by Mariners scout Rob Mummau.

He throws a fastball, slider, curveball, changeup combination. His fastball tops out at about 95 miles per hour (153 km/h). His command of his pitches is less than consistent, often walking hitters.[26] He is known as one of the Mariners' best pitching prospects.[27][28]

Hensley began his pro career with the Short-Season Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League in 2008. Hensley went 2-1 with a 5.22 ERA and 32 strikeouts. He was placed on the disabled list for the remainder of the season after his start on July 27 with soreness in right elbow.

In 2009 Hensley started with the Class-A Clinton LumberKings of the Midwest League. He was 4-0 giving up no runs for Clinton in four games, three starts. He was then promoted to the Double-A West Tenn Diamond Jaxx of the Southern League.[29] He went 0-1 with a 7.20 ERA in three games, all starts. He was then transferred to the Class-A Advanced High Desert Mavericks of the California League where he became a fixture in the Mavs' starting rotation. On July 10, Hensley threw 10 strikeouts against the Modesto Nuts.[30] In 20 games, 19 starts, Hansley was 9-3 with a 4.21 ERA. He was a main catalyst in the Mavericks second-half title.[31] He was called up to the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers in September, but didn't make an appearance.

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Nick Hill

Nick Hill
Seattle Mariners — No. 65
Pitcher
Born: January 30, 1985 (1985-01-30) (age 26)
Knoxville, Tennessee
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Nicholas Hill (born, January 30, 1985(1985-01-30) in Knoxville, Tennessee) is a professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Army career

Hill was a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.[32][33][34][35] As an Army reserve there was still a possibility that Hill could have been sent overseas to Iraq or Afghanistan while he was playing in the Mariners farm system.[36] He was involved in an Army program that allowed athletes to apply for an early discharge after two years of active duty after they signed their contracts.[37] His active duty requirement expired in the 2009 season.[38]

Amateur career
High school

Hill graduated from Sullivan East High School in June 2003 where he was a three-time letterwinner and was named region player of the year and all-state selection as a senior. Hill established Tennessee state record by pitting 56 consecutive shutout innings.

College

In May 2007 Hill graduated from the United States Military Academy where he was named Patriot League Pitcher of the Year three times and earned First-Team All-Patriot League accolades four times. Hill was named to second team All-America squads by the American Baseball Coaches' Association and Collegiate Baseball in 2005. He was named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List in 2006 and 2007. Hill was also on the '07 Roger Clemens Award Watch List and the '06 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Preseason All-America First Team. He was selected to '06 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American Second Team and the United States national baseball team in the same year, becoming the first Army player since Steve Reich to play for Team USA. He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 47th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft, but could not sign due to military obligations. During his time in college he played on the United States national baseball team.[39][40]

Professional career
Seattle Mariners

Hill was the Seattle Mariners' seventh round selection in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft; signed by Mariners scout Robert Mummau.[41][42] In his professional debut with the Short-Season Everett AquaSox he went 1–3 with a 0.51 ERA with two saves in 18 games in 2007.

He began the 2008 season with the Class-A High Desert Mavericks where he went 2–1 with one save and a 4.30 ERA in 25 relief appearances and 0–6 with a 4.65 ERA in 10 starts. He tossed a season-high 6 23 innings on June 2, while striking out a season-high seven batters in five innings on May 7. Hill appeared in nine games with the Double-A West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx from June 23 to July 12.

In 2009 Hill spent the entire season with the Diamond Jaxx going 5–6 with a 3.10 ERA, 100 strikeouts, 95 23 innings pitched in 36 games, nine starts. He and other Mariners' prospects were sent to the Arizona Fall League at the end of the season.[43]

James Jones

James Jones
Seattle Mariners — No. —
Right fielder
Born: September 22, 1988 (1988-09-22) (age 23)
Brooklyn, New York
Bats: Left Throws: Left

James Steven Jones (born September 22, 1988(1988-09-22) in Brooklyn, New York) is an American professional baseball right fielder who plays in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.[44] He has been compared to outfielder Adam Jones.[45]

Amateur career
High school

Jones attended the High School of Telecommunications, where he led them to a Brooklyn West Division Championship. He spent time as both a pitcher and a position player.[46]

College
Freshman

In 2007, Jones began attending Long Island University where in his freshman season he played 50 games, including pitching in 12 of those games. For the season he hit .299 with 10 doubles, three triples, four home runs and 32 RBIs. He also had eight stolen bases.[46] He was primarily used as a pitcher and went 2-6 with a 7.25 ERA in 12 games, eight starts.

Sophomore

He started all 67 games in 2008, including 14 pitching appearances. Jones hit .309 with eight doubles, two triples, five home runs and 28 RBIs. His 41 runs and 19 stolen bases were team highs. He earned many honers including First Team All-Northeast Conference, he was named NEC Player of the Week on March 24, he was ranked 30th on Baseball America's Top 100 College Prospects List and was named top prospect in New York State by Perfect Game Crosschecker.[46]

Junior

Going into his junior year many felt Jones was better suited as a pitcher entering the draft.[47] His fastball was said to be up to 95 mph (153 km/h).[47] Jones continued to play as a pitcher and an outfielder throughout the rest of his junior season.[47] He was drafted by the Mariners at the end of the season as an outfielder rather than a pitcher.[44][47]

Professional career
Seattle Mariners

Jones began his professional career in 2009 with the Short-Season Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League. He played 33 games in right field, seven at first base, three at designated hitter and one in left field. Jones finished the season hitting .311 with 12 doubles, two triples, three home runs and 24 RBIs. In 2010, Baseball America listed Jones as the "Best Outfield Arm" in the Seattle Mariners organization.[48] To begin the 2010 season, Jones was assigned to the Class-A Clinton LumberKings. On the season, Jones batted .269 with 87 runs scored, 132 hits, 24 doubles, 10 triples, 12 home runs, 64 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases.

Kenn Kasparek

Kenn Kasparek

Seattle Mariners — No. --
Starting pitcher
Born: September 23, 1985 (1985-09-23) (age 26)
Austin, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Kenn Anthony Kasparek (born September 23, 1985(1985-09-23) in Houston, Texas) is a professional baseball pitcher who plays in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted by the Mariners in the 12th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft. He was previously drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2004 and the Washington Nationals in 2007 but did not sign.

Amateur career
High school

In his freshman he complied a 4-0 record with a 1.56 ERA and 45 strikeouts over 27 innings pitched and was named the league's Newcomer of the Year. Kasparek was named the district MVP his sophomore year after posting a 12-5 record with a 1.54 ERA and 151 strikeouts over 10423 innings pitched. In his junior season he posted a 9-0 record with a 0.32 ERA and 117 strikeouts in 6523 innings and was named All-District and All-State from the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association and the Texas Sports Writers Association. In his senior he posted a 0.89 ERA and struck out 146 over 71 innings and was again named district MVP.

College
Freshman

Kasparek attended the University of Texas at Austin where in his freshman season he compiled a 8-0 record and an 2.10 ERA, making 15 appearances including 12 starts. His ERA ranked second on the team and was 20th in the nation. He held opponents to a .214 batting average against while striking out 46 and walking only 31 in 73 innings pitched. In postseason play, he went 3-0 with a 2.10 ERA in four starts and one relief appearance. At seasons end he was named Second-Team Freshman All-American by Baseball America

Sophomore

In his sophomore season he went 5-2 with three saves and a 3.80 ERA, which ranked 16th among Big 12 pitchers. He was tied for second on the team in appearances with 23. He also had 39 strikeouts and limited opponents to a .263 average over 64 innings pitched. He played for the McKinney Marshals of the Texas Collegiate League after the season and had a 2.70 ERA and nine strikeouts in 10 innings pitched.

Junior

He sat out his entire junior season due to an injury he suffered with the McKinney Marshals after his sophomore season. It was an elbow injury that forced him to have Tommy John surgery.

Redshirt Junior

In his first game back in 2008 Kasparek threw a five-inning shutout against Virginia Commonwealth University giving up just two hits as he struck out five batters.[49] Kasparek went on to throw a no-hitter against Texas State University making him the 20th player from the University of Texas to do so.[50]

Professional career
Seattle Mariners

Kasparek signed with the Mariners on June 12, 2008.[51] He split his first season in '08 with the Rookie-Level Pulaski Mariners and the Short-Season Everett AquaSox. He started the season with Pulaski going 3-1 with a 3.10 ERA and 25 strikeouts in five games, four starts. He was promoted to Everett on July 9.[52] With the AquaSox he would go 2-3 with a 4.55 ERA in 10 games, nine starts giving him a combined record of 5-4 with a 3.98 ERA in 52 innings pitched between Everett and Pulaski.

In 2009 Kasparek had a very good season statistically with the Class-A Clinton LumberKings. On August 1, Kasparek a shutout against the Burlington Bees making it the first shutout by a LumberKings player since 2005.[53] He finished the season with a 10-6 record with a 2.41 ERA and 134 strikeouts in 14123 innings. His ERA was the lowest in the Midwest League.[54] Kasparek was selected by MLB.com as the Mariners Organization Player of the Year.[55]

Marcus Littlewood

Marcus Littlewood
Seattle Mariners
Shortstop
Born: March 18, 1992 (1992-03-18) (age 19)
St. George, Utah
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Marcus Chase Littlewood (born March 18, 1992) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Professional career

Littlewood was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft by the Seattle Mariners.[56] He signed with the club for $900,000 on August 17, 2010.[57]

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Kuo-Hui Lo

Kuo Hui Lo

Kuo Hui Lo playing for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers in 2007.
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Left field
Born: September 26, 1985 (1985-09-26) (age 26)
Hualien County, Taiwan
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Kuo Hui Lo (born September 26, 1985 in Hualien County, Taiwan) is a Taiwanese baseball player in the Seattle Mariners organization. He currently plays for the Class-AA Jackson Generals of the Southern League. He graduated from Kao-Yuan Technical High School in Kaohsiung County, Taiwan in June 2003. He attended Taipei Physical Education College in Taipei City, Taiwan. for Chinese Taipei in the 2005 World Cup in Holland. He was on the provisional roster for Chinese Tapei for the inaugural World Baseball Classic.[58]

Lo is able to generate average power and get good wood on the bat because of a fundamental level swing, quick wrists, and strong hips which help generate good bat speed and torque. As a baserunner, Lo shows good instincts, but does not rely on his speed. Defensively, Lo covers adequate range in the outfield.[59]

Professional career
Seattle Mariners

On July 28, 2005 the Mariners announced that they had signed Lo to a minor league contract.[60] He was said to have wowed scouts from numerous organizations with his combination of power and speed.[61] Lo participated in 2005 Arizona Fall League. He made his pro debut in 2006 with the Short-season Everett AquaSox. He hit .435 during a six-game hitting streak from June 23 to 28. He hit .414 in seven games on the road, compared to .138 in six games at home. He was promoted to the Single-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers on July 8. Lo recorded a season-high seven-game hit streak, hitting .370 from July 8 to 16. He stole a base in 13 of his 29 games he appeared, including three multi-stolen base games. He was placed on the disabled list with a right calf strain on August 21.

In 2007 he appeared in 104 games with Wisconsin. He finished second among all Mariners farmhands with 32 stolen bases. He had a season-high 12-game hit streak, hitting .349 from May 8 to 19. He hit .330 with 14 runs, seven extra-base hits and 16 RBIs in May. He had a stolen base in four consecutive games twice, while also recording two steals in a games three times. Lo hit .600 with five multi-hit games, seven runs scored, three extra-base hits and four RBIs during a seven-game hit streak from June 13 to 25. He recorded 21 multi-hit games, including three three-hit games and four four-hit games.

He spent the season with the Class-A High Desert Mavericks in 2008, appearing in games in all three outfield positions. He hit safely in 15 of 16 games, batting .385 with 16 runs, nine extra-base hits and 13 RBI from May 21 to June 27. He recorded 20 multi-hit games, including a season-high 4 hit game on July 24 against the Inland Empire 66ers.

Lo played for the Mavericks in 2009. He primarily played left field. He hit .273 with 13 home runs and 69 RBIs.

Brian Moran

Brian Moran
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Pitcher
Born: September 30, 1988 (1988-09-30) (age 23)
Rye, New York
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Brian William Moran (born September 30, 1988 in Rye, New York) is an American professional baseball player who currently plays in the Seattle Mariners organization. Moran, a pitcher, played baseball at the University of North Carolina before turning professional. Moran was drafted from North Carolina by the Seattle Mariners in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft. He made his professional debut that season with the rookie-level Pulaski Mariners. Since then, he has played in the minor leagues with the Clinton LumberKings (2009–2010), the High Desert Mavericks (2010), and the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx (2010). In 2010, he was selected to play in the Midwest League All-Star Game as a member of the LumberKings. Moran bats and throws left-handed. He stands at 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m) and weighs 185 pounds (84 kg).

Amateur career

Moran attended Iona Preparatory School in New Rochelle, New York, where he played on the school's baseball team.[62] He was coached by Fred Gallo.[62] Moran pitched and played first base.[62] During his junior year, Moran was named all-county honorable mention.[62] In his junior season, he was named the team's most valuable player and was the county player of the year.[62] During the summers at Iona Prep, Moran played baseball with the ProSwing Pride.[62]

In 2007, Moran began attending the University of North Carolina and played on the school's baseball team as a pitcher.[63] In his first year at North Carolina, Moran compiled a 3.37 earned run average (ERA), and seven strikeouts in 13 games, all in relief. During his second season, Moran compiled a 1–2 record with a 2.76 ERA, two saves, and 72 strikeouts in 40 games, all in relief.[63] In 2009, Moran went 7–1 with a 2.31 ERA, four saves, and 90 strikeouts in 36 games.[63] He was a third-team All-American selection after the season.[63] Moran summed up his time at North Carolina by saying, "It was a dream come true – I can still not believe it that I will not be going back. It was an unbelievable three years. It was everything I could have hoped it could be. I made a lot of good friends and the coaches were awesome. It was an unbelievable experience."[64]

Moran was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the seventh round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.[65] He said this about being drafted by Seattle: "I was actually at practice and a lot of the guys shouted down to the bullpen to let me know. Then all the sudden my phone started to get a lot of calls from people saying congratulations. It was pretty cool."[64] He was the first left-handed pitcher taken in the 2009 draft by the Mariners.[66][67] Dustin Ackley and Kyle Seager, Moran's teammates at North Carolina, were also drafted by the Mariners in 2009.[68]

Professional career

After being drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 2009, Moran officially signed on June 26, 2009, receiving a US$140,000 signing bonus.[63] He was signed by scout Rob Mammau.[64] Moran made his professional debut in their minor league organization that season with the rookie-level Pulaski Mariners.[64] He went 1–0 with a 3.72 ERA, two saves, and 14 stikeouts in six games, all in relief with Pulaski. Moran was then promoted to the Class-A Clinton LumberKings of the Midwest League. With the LumberKings, he went 0–3 with a 2.89 ERA, and 17 strikeouts in 12 games. Between the two clubs in 2009, Moran compiled a 1–3 record with a 3.18 ERA, two saves, and 31 strikeouts in 2813 innings pitched.

Moran started the 2010 season with the Class-A Clinton LumberKings.[69] Moran was used as a setup pitcher during his time at the Class-A level.[70] He was a league all-star that season.[71][72] Before the all-star break, Moran led Midwest League pitchers in bases on balls per nine innings pitched (0.93).[72] He praised the development of his split-finger fastball as reason for his success in 2010.[70] It was noted that he was "great friends" with his former University of North Carolina teammate and then-LumberKings teammate Kyle Seager.[70] With the LumberKings that season, Moran went 4–1 with a 1.34 ERA, three saves, and 48 strikeouts in 22 games, all in relief. He was then promoted the Class-A Advanced level to play with the High Desert Mavericks of the California League. With High Desert, Moran went 2–0 with a 1.42 ERA, one save, and 29 strikeouts in 17 games, all in relief. Finally that season, Moran played with the Double-A West Tenn Diamond Jaxx of the Southern League, compiling a 13.50 ERA in two games. Between the three clubs, Moran went 6–1 with a 1.73 ERA, four saves, and 78 strikeouts in 6723 innings pitched.

Pitching style

Kyle Seager, Moran's teammate with the Clinton LumberKings, has described his pitching delivery as a "shot put" release.[70] Moran has stated that he developed his split-finger fast ball out of college, and that it have been effective in professional baseball.[70]

Personal

Moran was born on September 30, 1988 in Rye, New York. His uncles, B. J. and Rick Surhoff, played in Major League Baseball.[62][73] Moran's parents are Bill and Diane Moran.[62] Moran grew-up a New York Yankees fan.[70]

Julio Morban

Julio Morban
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: February 13, 1992 (1992-02-13) (age 19)
San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Julio Morban (born February 13, 1992) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Morban was signed by the Mariners as an un-drafted free agent on July 2, 2008.[74]

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Ramon Morla

Ramon Morla
Seattle Mariners
Infielder
Born: November 20, 1989 (1989-11-20) (age 22)
San Pedro Macorís, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Ramon Morla (born November 20, 1989) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Morla was signed by the Mariners as an undrafted free agent on July 12, 2006. He is listed as one of the top Mariners prospects going into the 2011 season.[75]

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Gabriel Noriega

Gabriel Noriega
Seattle Mariners
Shortstop
Born: September 13, 1990 (1990-09-13) (age 21)
Maturín, Venezuela
Bats: Switch Throws: Right
Career highlights and awards

Gabriel Ernesto Noriega (born September 13, 1990(1990-09-13) in Maturín, Venezuela) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2007.

Professional career

Noriega began his professional career with the Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League 2008 where he hit .421 with 0 home runs and 2 RBIs in only 9 games before being promoted to the Pulaski Mariners of the Appalachian League. He hit .238 with 0 homers and 18 RBIs in 41 games with Pulaski.

In 2009, Noriega spent his first full season with Pulaski. In 61 games, he hit .311 with 4 home runs and 26 RBIs and was named to the Appalachian League All-Star team.

Noriega is currently with the Clinton LumberKings of the Midwest League.

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Pedro Okuda

Pedro Okuda
ペドロ奥田
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Shortstop
Born: April 20, 1990 (1990-04-20) (age 21)
Marilia, Brazil
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Pedro Okuda (born April 20, 1990(1990-04-20) in Marilia, Brazil) is a professional baseball shortstop in the Seattle Mariners organization. Though he was born in Brazil, Okuda attended Honjo Daiichi High School in Saitama, Japan.[76][77]

Professional career

He was signed by Yasushi Yamamoto and Pat Kelly, scouts for the Mariners, on December 16, 2009. Though he has not yet graduated from high school, Okuda is expected to report to the Mariners Venezuelan League affiliate after his completion of school.[76]

Pedro is a player who has a lot of spirit and enthusiasm and we look forward to watching him develop in the Seattle Mariners organization.

—Mariners vice president of international operations Bob Engle on signing Pedro Okuda, MLB.com: December 16, 2009.[76]

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Guillermo Pimentel

Guillermo Pimentel
Seattle Mariners — No. —
Outfielder
Born: October 5, 1992 (1992-10-05) (age 19)
Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Guillermo Pimentel (born October 5, 1992) is a professional baseball outfielder currently in the Seattle Mariners organization. Pimentel is listed as one of the Top 10 prospects for the 2011 season, ranked 5th according to Baseball America.[78]

Professional career

On July 3, 2009, Pimental signed with the Seattle Mariners after months of speculation that he would sign with the Texas Rangers.[79] He began his career with the AZL Mariners a year later. Not to be confused with Guillermo Pimentel of the Texas Rangers' Short-Season A Affiliate Spokane Indians

Rich Poythress

Rich Poythress
Seattle Mariners — No. --
First basemen
Born: August 11, 1987 (1987-08-11) (age 24)
Grovetown, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Rich Poythress (born August 11, 1987(1987-08-11) in Grovetown, Georgia) is a professional baseball first basemen in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted by the Mariners in the second round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.[80][81] The Mariners signed him on July 29, 2009.[82]

He is said to have very good power and that is his stand out tool. It is also said that he has below average speed, an average throwing arm and has been compared to players like Ryan Shealy and Matt LeCroy.[83] Before the 2009 draft he was named as the number 12 prospect by ESPN.com.[84]

Amateur career

Poythress attended Greenbrier High School where he was a four-year varsity starter. As a junior he hit .544 with 13 home runs. He also played for the Savannah Chain summer team.

He attended the University of Georgia where as a freshman he appeared in 45 games, 38 starts. He batted .282 with three home runs and 24 RBIs. He recovered from a torn ACL before the season.

Poythress played started 69 games with the Bulldogs in his sophomore season. He helped the team become the Southeastern Conference champions and helped them in the College World Series. He batted .374 with 15 home runs and 75 RBIs. He started all six College World Series games and hit .409 with three doubles and eight RBIs. Poythress set a school-record with 55 assists at first base and was named to the SEC All-Defensive Team.

In his junior season Poythress started all of the Bulldog's 62 games. His .376 average with 25 home runs and 86 RBIs were a team lead.[82] His RBIs were an all-time single-season record at the school.[81] He was named to the First Team All-SEC and SEC All-Defensive Team as well as a Louisville Slugger All-American.[81] He was named as a semi-finalist for the Dick Howser Trophy.[85] During the season he was named SEC player of the Week and a Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week after helping the Bulldogs to a sweep over the University of Tennessee.[86]

Professional career

Poythress began his professional career with the Rookie-Level Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League. He hit .300 with one home runs and six RBIs in six games with Peoria. He was promoted to the Double-A West Tenn Diamond Jaxx of the Southern League on August 9.[87] With the Diamond Jaxx he hit .230 with two doubles, one home run and nine RBIs in 26 games. In 2010, Poythress was assigned to the Class-A Advanced High Desert Mavericks of the California League.

Dennis Raben

Dennis Raben
Seattle Mariners — No. —
First Baseman, Outfielder
Born: July 31, 1987 (1987-07-31) (age 24)
Hollywood, Florida
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Dennis M Raben (born July 31, 1987) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted by the Mariners in the 49th round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft, however, he didn't sign and decided to attend the University of Miami.

After playing college baseball for 3 years with the Miami Hurricanes, Raben was drafted again by the Seattle Mariners in the 2nd round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft. In 2009, he was one of the top 10 prospects going into the 2009 season. He was ranked #9 by Baseball America.[88] However, he missed all of the 2009 season with microfracture surgery. He played again in 2010.

Kevin Rivers

Kevin Rivers
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: August 24, 1988 (1988-08-24) (age 23)
Bristol, Connecticut
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Kevin Rivers (born August 24, 1988) is a professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Rivers was signed by the Mariners as an un-drafted free agent on July 25, 2009.[89]

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Kalian Sams

Kalian Sams
Seattle Mariners
Outfielder
Born: August 24, 1986 (1986-08-24) (age 25)
The Hague, Netherlands
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Medal record
Men’s Baseball
Competitor for  Netherlands
Baseball World Cup
Gold 2011 Panama National team
Intercontinental Cup
Silver 2006 Taiwan National team

Kalian Rivalino Sams (born August 24, 1986) is a Dutch professional baseball player currently in the Seattle Mariners organization.

Sams was signed by the Mariners as an undrafted free agent

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Taylor Stanton

Taylor Stanton
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Pitcher
Born: January 15, 1988 (1988-01-15) (age 23)
San Francisco, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Taylor Francesco Stanton (January 15, 1988(1988-01-15) in San Francisco, California) is a professional baseball pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted in the 26th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft. He attended St. Mary's College in 2007 and Diablo Valley College in 2008.

Professional career

Stanton began his professional career in 2008 with the Rookie-Level Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League. He went 1-1 with a 2.65 ERA in 11 games, two starts.

In 2009 Stanton played for the Short-Season Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League. He went 5-3 with a team-leading 3.50 ERA in 15 games, all starts.

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Nate Tenbrink

Nate Tenbrink
Seattle Mariners — No. --
Third basemen
Born: December 21, 1986 (1986-12-21) (age 24)
Olathe, Kansas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Nathaniel Lawrence "Nate" Tenbrink (born December 21, 1986(1986-12-21) in Olathe, Kansas) is a professional baseball third basemen in the Seattle Mariners organization. He was drafted in the seventh round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft.

Amateur career

He attended Olathe Northwest High School where he was a two-year letter winner. He batted .423 with two home runs and 16 RBIs as a senior.

Tenbrink played in 16 games his first year with Kansas State University starting 10 at third base. He batted .250 with two doubles and five RBIs. He collected his first collegiate hit on March 29, 2006 against Chicago State University. He was named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

In his sophomore campaign he played 55 games, starting 50 of those. He hit .280 with 11 doubles, four triples, three home runs and 32 RBIs. He led the team in doubles and triples. He was named second team Academic All-Big 12.

Tenbrink played 55 games, out of the 56 game season. He hit .270 with 16 doubles, one triple, nine home runs and 41 RBIs. His doubles, home runs and RBIs were a college career-high for Tenbrink. His 17 bases were also a career-high.

Professional career

Tenbrink began his professional career in 2008 with the Short-Season Everett AquaSox of the Northwest League. He batted .198 with nine doubles, five home runs and 21 RBIs. He tied the team lead in stolen bases with 24.

In 2009, Tenbrink's second professional season, he played for the Class-A Clinton LumberKings of the Midwest League. He hit .282 with 129 hits, 76 runs, 24 doubles, seven triples, 10 home runs, 59 RBIs and 14 stolen bases in 126 games.

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Taijuan Walker

Taijuan Walker
Seattle Mariners — No. —
Pitcher
Born: August 13, 1992 (1992-08-13) (age 19)
Yucaipa, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Taijuan Emmanuel Walker (born August 13, 1992 in Yucaipa, California) is a professional baseball pitcher currently in the Seattle Mariners organization. Walker is listed as one of the Top 10 prospects for the 2011 season, ranked 4th according to Baseball America.[78]

Professional career

On June 7, 2010, Walker was drafted in the first round (43rd overall) by the Seattle Mariners.[90] 11 Days later, Walker and the Mariners agreed to a deal that included an $800,000 signing bonus.[91] He made 4 appearances for AZL Mariners, all in relief, and went 1-1 with a 1.29 ERA.

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