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Seattle Mariners First Round Draft Picks

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The Seattle Mariners first round draft picks include 46 players, with 17 being pitchers and 22 of those being drafted out of high school. The Mariners have selected nine outfielders, eight shortstops, seven catchers, three first basemen and two third basemen in the first round of the MLB draft. Of the pitchers taken, the Mariners have selected 12 right-handers and five left-handers.

The Mariners have drafted 24 college players with their first round selection, with the last being Evan White in 2017. Seattle has selected first overall four times, with the team picking Al Chambers in 1979, Mike Moore in 1981, Ken Griffey, Jr. in 1987 and Alex Rodriguez in 1993.

YearPlayerPosSchoolPickSigning Bonus
1977Dave HendersonOFDos Palos HS (CA)26
1978Tito NanniOFChestnut Hill Academy (PA)6
1979Al ChambersOFJohn Harris HS (PA)1$60,000
1980Darnell ColesSSEisenhower HS (CA)6
1981Mike MooreRHPOral Roberts University1$100,000
1982Spike OwenSSUniversity of Texas13
1983Darrel AkerfeldsRHPMesa State College7
1983Terry BellCOld Dominion University17
1984Bill SwiftRHPUniversity of Maine2
1985Mike CampbellRHPUniversity of Hawaii7
1985Bill McGuireCUniversity of Nebraska27
1986Patrick LennonSSWhiteville HS (NC)8
1987Ken Griffey, Jr.OFMoeller HS (OH)1$160,000
1988Tino Martinez1BUniversity of Tampa14
1989Roger SalkeldRHPSaugus HS (CA)3$210,000
1989Scott BurrellRHPHamden HS (CT)26Did Not Sign
1990Marc Newfield1BMarina HS (CA)6$220,000
1990Tony ManahanSSArizona State University38
1991Shawn EstesLHPDouglas HS (NV)11$332,500
1992Ron VilloneLHPUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst14$550,000
1993Alex RodriguezSSWestminster Christian HS (FL)1$1,000,000
1994Jason VaritekCGeorgia Tech14$650,000
1995Jose CruzOFRice University3$1,285,000
1996Gil MecheRHPAcadiana HS (LA)22$820,000
1997Ryan AndersonLHPDivine Child HS (MI)19$2,175,000
1998Matt ThorntonLHPGrand Valley State University22$925,000
1999Ryan ChristiansonCArlington HS (CA)11$2,100,000
1999Jeff HeaverloRHPUniversity of Washington33$987,500
2001Michael GarciaparraSSDon Bosco HS (CA)36$2,000,000
2002John Mayberry, Jr.OFRockhurst HS (MO)28Did Not Sign
2003Adam JonesSSSamuel F. B. Morse HS (CA)37$925,000
2005Jeff ClementCUSC3$3,400,000
2006Brandon MorrowRHPUniversity of California5$2,450,000
2007Phillippe AumontRHPEcole Du Versant (QC)11$1,900,000
2007Matt Mangini3BOklahoma State University52$603,000
2008Josh FieldsRHPUniversity of Georgia20$1,750,000
2009Dustin AckleyOFUniversity of North Carolina2$6,000,000
2009Nick FranklinSSLake Brantley HS (FL)27$1,280,000
2009Steven BaronCJohn A. Ferguson HS (FL)33$980,000
2010Taijuan WalkerRHPYucaipa HS (CA)43$800,000
2011Danny HultzenLHPUniversity of Virginia2$6,350,000
2012Mike ZuninoCUniversity of Florida3$4,000,000
2013D.J. Peterson3BUniversity of New Mexico12$2,790,500
2014Alex JacksonOFRancho Bernardo HS (CA)6$4,200,000
2016Kyle LewisOFMercer11$3,286,700
2017Evan White1BKentucky17$3,125,000

Hall of Fame

Ken Griffey, Jr. (2016)

World Series Winners with Mariners

None

AL MVP Award Winners with Mariners

Ken Griffey, Jr. (1997)

AL Cy Young Award Winners with Mariners

None

Rookie of the Year Award with Mariners

None

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