Quietly tucked away in the northwest region of the country, the Seattle Mariners are developing a homegrown starting rotation that could compete for years to come.
However, the secret is getting out.
The Mariners, despite playing below .500 in 2012, are growing and developing one of the better minor league systems in baseball. With a plethora of draft picks over the last few seasons, the franchise has re-dedicated itself to building a competitive, young pitching staff.
Seattle is putting itself in a position to compete as early as 2013, so let’s take a look at how the starting rotation could look by next season.
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