2007 Seattle Mariners season

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2007 Seattle Mariners
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s) Nintendo of America (represented by Howard Lincoln)
General manager(s) Bill Bavasi
Manager(s) Mike Hargrove
(resigned July 1)
John McLaren
Local television KSTW-TV
(Dave Niehaus, Dave Sims, Rick Rizzs, Mike Blowers)
FSN Northwest
(Dave Niehaus, Dave Sims, Rick Rizzs, Mike Blowers)
Local radio KOMO-AM (English)
(Dave Niehaus, Rick Rizzs)
KDOW (Spanish)
(Alex Rivera, Julio Cruz)
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The Seattle Mariners' 2007 season was their 31st in franchise history.

After spending two and a half seasons managing the Mariners and guiding the team to a 44-33 record this season, including a Major League-best 25-12 record since May 22, manager Mike Hargrove shocked the team by announcing his resignation prior to a July 1 game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Hargrove said he could no longer give the same passion or commitment to his bosses and players. Bench coach John McLaren was named as Hargrove's replacement.[1] The Mariners won eight consecutive games between June 23 and July 1, making Hargrove the first manager since 1900 to resign his position after a winning streak of more than seven games.[2]

The Mariners longest winning streak was eight games between June 23 to July 1, while their longest losing streak was nine, from August 25 to September 2, effectively ending their running for the ALDS.

For the seventh consecutive time in his seven-year career, Ichiro Suzuki was named to the All-Star Game, held at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Closing pitcher J. J. Putz was selected to his first All-Star Game.[3] Suzuki was voted the Most Valuable Player of the All-Star game, going 3-for-3 with a two-run, inside-the-park home run (the first home run in All-Star history to be hit inside the park).[4] Three days after the All-Star game, on July 13, The Mariners announced that they had signed Suzuki to a five-year contract extension with an estimated value of $90 million, making Suzuki the highest-paid player in Mariners history for the second time.[5]

Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 94 68 0.580 54–27 40–41
Seattle Mariners 88 74 0.543 6 49–33 39–41
Oakland Athletics 76 86 0.469 18 40–41 36–45
Texas Rangers 75 87 0.463 19 47–34 28–53


Record vs. opponents[edit]

2007 American League Records

Sources:

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL 
Baltimore 6–12 5–3 3–4 1–5 7–0 3–7 0–7 9–9 4–4 2–7 11–7 4–6 8–10 6–12
Boston 12–6 7–1 5–2 3–4 3–3 6–4 4–3 8–10 4–4 4–5 13–5 6–4 9–9 12–6
Chicago 3–5 1–7 7–11 11–7 12–6 5–4 9–9 4–6 4–5 1–7 6–1 2–4 3–4 4–14
Cleveland 4–3 2–5 11–7 12–6 11–7 5–5 14–4 0–6 6–4 4–3 8–2 6–3 4–2 9–9
Detroit 5–1 4–3 7–11 6–12 11–7 3–5 12–6 4–4 4–6 6–4 3–4 5–4 4–3 14–4
Kansas City 0–7 3–3 6–12 7–11 7–11 5–2 9–9 1–9 6–4 3–6 4–3 5–4 3–4 10–8
Los Angeles of Anaheim 7–3 4–6 4–5 5–5 5–3 2–5 6–3 6–3 9–10 13–6 6–2 10–9 3–4 14–4
Minnesota 7–0 3–4 9–9 4–14 6–12 9–9 3–6 2–5 5–2 6–3 3–4 7–2 4–6 11–7
New York 9–9 10–8 6–4 6–0 4–4 9–1 3–6 5–2 2–4 5–5 10–8 5–1 10–8 10–8
Oakland 4–4 4–4 5–4 4–6 6–4 4–6 10–9 2–5 4–2 5–14 4–6 9–10 5–4 10–8
Seattle 7–2 5–4 7–1 3–4 4–6 6–3 6–13 3–6 5–5 14–5 4–3 11–8 4–5 9–9
Tampa Bay 7–11 5–13 1–6 2–8 4–3 3–4 2–6 4–3 8–10 6–4 3–4 5–4 9–9 7–11
Texas 6–4 4–6 4–2 3–6 4–5 4–5 9–10 2–7 1–5 10–9 8–11 4–5 5–5 11–7
Toronto 10–8 9–9 4–3 2–4 3–4 4–3 4–3 6–4 8–10 4–5 5–4 9–9 5–5 10–8


Roster[edit]

2007 Seattle Mariners
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Game log[edit]

2007 game log


Player stats[edit]

Batting[edit]

Note: G = Games played; AB = At Bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting Average; HR = Home Runs; RBI = Runs Batted In

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Adrián Beltré 149 595 164 .276 26 99
Yuniesky Betancourt 155 536 172 .289 9 67
José Guillén 153 593 155 .289 23 99
Raúl Ibáñez 149 573 167 .291 21 105
Kenji Johjima 135 485 139 .287 14 61
Jose Lopez 149 524 132 .252 11 62
Richie Sexson 121 434 89 .205 21 63
Ichiro Suzuki 161 678 238 .351 6 68
José Vidro 147 548 172 .314 6 59

Pitching[edit]

Starting pitchers[edit]

Note: GS = Games started; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player GS IP W L ERA SO
Cha Seung Baek 14 73.1 4 3 5.15 49
Miguel Batista 32 193.0 16 11 4.29 133
Ryan Feierabend 9 49.1 1 6 8.03 27
Félix Hernández 30 190.1 14 7 3.92 165
Horacio Ramírez 20 98.0 8 7 7.16 40
Jarrod Washburn 32 193.2 10 15 4.32 114
Jeff Weaver 27 146.2 7 13 6.20 80
Relief pitchers[edit]

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; SV = Saves; W = Wins; L = Losses; H = Hits; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L H SV ERA SO
Jorge Campillo 4 13.1 0 0 18 0 6.75 9
Jason Davis (8 Cle) 16 25.2 2 0 29 0 6.31 14
Sean Green 64 68.0 5 2 77 0 3.84 53
Jon Huber 9 11.1 0 0 13 0 4.76 8
Mark Lowe 4 2.2 0 0 2 0 6.75 3
Julio Mateo 9 12.0 1 0 12 0 3.75 4
Brandon Morrow 60 63.1 3 4 56 0 4.12 66
Eric O'Flaherty 56 52.1 7 1 45 0 4.47 36
John Parrish (45 Bal) 8 10.1 0 0 22 0 6.97 5
J. J. Putz 68 71.2 6 1 37 40 1.38 82
Chris Reitsma 26 23.2 0 2 37 0 7.61 11
Ryan Rowland-Smith 26 38.2 1 0 39 0 3.96 42
George Sherrill 73 45.2 2 0 28 3 2.36 56
Sean White 15 35.1 1 1 35 0 5.60 16
Jake Woods 4 10.2 0 0 9 0 5.91 4
Rick White (23 Hou) 6 5.1 0 1 42 0 5.84 19

Farm system[edit]

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tacoma Rainiers Pacific Coast League Daren Brown
AA West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Southern League Eddie Rodríguez
A High Desert Mavericks California League Scott Steinmann
A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Midwest League Jim Horner
A-Short Season Everett AquaSox Northwest League Mike Tosar
Rookie AZL Mariners Arizona League José Moreno

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: AZL Mariners

Major League Baseball Draft[edit]

2002 Seattle Mariners draft picks
John Mayberry Jr batting.jpg
John Mayberry, Jr. (pictured) was the Mariners first round pick in 2002.
Information
Owner Nintendo of America
General Manager(s) Pat Gillick
Manager(s) Lou Piniella
First pick John Mayberry, Jr.
Draft positions 28th
Number of selections 50
Links
Results Baseball-Reference
Official Site The Official Site of the Seattle Mariners
Years 2001 • 2002 • 2003

The following is a list of 2002 Seattle Mariners draft picks. The Mariners took part in the June regular draft, also known as the Rule 4 draft. The Mariners made 50 selections in the 2002 draft, the first being outfielder John Mayberry, Jr. in the first round. In all, the Mariners selected 23 pitchers, 12 outfielders, 5 catchers, 3 second basemen, 3 shortstops, 3 third basemen, 3 second basemen, and 1 first baseman.

Draft[edit]

Gaby Sánchez was selected in the 15th round of the 2002 draft by the Mariners.
With the 700th pick of the 2002 draft the Mariners selected Travis Buck.
In the 39th round the Mariners selected Bryan LaHair.

Key[edit]

Round (Pick) Indicates the round and pick the player was drafted
Position Indicates the secondary/collegiate position at which the player was drafted, rather than the professional position the player may have gone on to play
Bold Indicates the player signed with the Mariners
Italics Indicates the player did not sign with the Mariners
* Indicates the player made an appearance in Major League Baseball

Table[edit]

Round (Pick) Name Position School Source
1 (28) John Mayberry, Jr. Outfielder Rockhurst High School [6]
2 (69) Josh Womack Outfielder Crawford High School [7]
3 (100) Eddy Martinez-Estevez Outfielder Westminster Christian School [8]
4 (130) Randall Frye Right-handed pitcher Lake Orion High School [9]
5 (160) Kendall Bergdall Left-handed pitcher Cimarron High School [10]
6 (190) Troy Cate Left-handed pitcher Brigham Young University–Idaho [11]
7 (220) Evel Bastida-Martinez Second baseman None [12]
8 (250) Brandon Perry Left-handed pitcher Graham High School [13]
9 (280) Terry Forbes Right-handed pitcher Auburn Drive High School [14]
10 (310) Brian Stitt Right-handed pitcher Indian River State College [15]
11 (340) Jared Thomas Left-handed pitcher Oakland University [16]
12 (370) Matt Hagen Third baseman Liberty University [17]
13 (400) T. A. Fulmer Right-handed pitcher The Citadel [18]
14 (430) Theiborh Almanzar Catcher Bronx Community College [19]
15 (460) Gaby Sánchez Third baseman Miami Brito High School [20]
16 (490) Ryan Leaist Right-handed pitcher Montreat College [21]
17 (520) Corey Harrington Shortstop New Mexico State University [22]
18 (550) Gary Harris Outfielder Georgia College & State University [23]
19 (580) Chris Kroski Catcher St. Petersburg College [24]
20 (610) David Viane Right-handed pitcher Oakland University [25]
21 (640) Erik Blakeley Second baseman Indiana University [26]
22 (670) Hunter Brown Third baseman Rice University [27]
23 (700) Travis Buck Shortstop Richland High School [28]
24 (730) Johnnie Bassham Left-handed pitcher Grayson County College [29]
25 (760) Cory Vanderhook Catcher Edison High School [30]
26 (790) David Bernat Right-handed pitcher South Miami High School [31]
27 (820) Royce Dickerson Outfielder Central High School [32]
28 (850) Vance Hall Left-handed pitcher Allderdice High School [33]
29 (880) Michael Nesbitt Outfielder Los Angeles Pierce College [34]
30 (910) T. J. Bohn Outfielder Bellevue University [35]
31 (940) Clayton Stewart Right-handed pitcher San Jacinto College [36]
32 (970) Dane Awana Left-handed pitcher Waianae High School [37]
33 (1000) Kile Patrick Right-handed pitcher Apopka High School [38]
34 (1030) Brady Burrill Catcher Michigan State University [39]
35 (1060) Patrick Pfeiffer Right-handed pitcher Brentwood School [40]
36 (1090) Jermaine Smith Shortstop King High School [41]
37 (1120) Brad Rose Right-handed pitcher Walters State Community College [42]
38 (1150) Deandre Green Outfielder Encinal High School [43]
39 (1180) Bryan LaHair Outfielder St. Petersburg College [44]
40 (1210) Josh Cooper Right-handed pitcher South High School [45]
41 (1240) Andrew Edwards Right-handed pitcher Florida International University [46]
42 (1270) Brandon Jones First baseman Grayson County College [47]
43 (1299) Adam Pernasilici Outfielder St. Anne High School [48]
44 (1327) Omar Borges Outfielder Miami Brito High School [49]
45 (1354) Raymond Lockhart Outfielder Compton High School [50]
46 (1380) Roberto Mena Second baseman Pedro Falú Orellano High School [51]
47 (1406) Jason Godin Right-handed pitcher North Stafford High School [52]
48 (1432) Cardoza Tucker Right-handed pitcher Bullard High School [53]
49 (1457) Justin Ruchti Catcher San Jacinto College [54]
50 (1481) Oliver Arias Right-handed pitcher Community College of Rhode Island [55]

References[edit]

  • Game Logs:
1st Half: Seattle Mariners Game Log on ESPN.com
2nd Half: Seattle Mariners Game Log on ESPN.com
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  26. ^ "Eric Blakeley Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  27. ^ "Hunter Brown Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
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  30. ^ "Cory Vanderhook Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
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  37. ^ "Dane Awana Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  38. ^ "Kile Patrick Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  39. ^ "Brady Burrill Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  40. ^ "Patrick Pfeiffer Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  41. ^ "Jermaine Smith Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  42. ^ "Brad Rose Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  43. ^ "Deandre Green Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  44. ^ "Bryan LaHair Statistics and History". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
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  46. ^ "Andrew Edwards Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  47. ^ "Brandon Jones Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  48. ^ "Adam Pernasilici Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  49. ^ "Omar Borges Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  50. ^ "Raymond Lockhart Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  51. ^ "Roberto Mena Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  52. ^ "Jason Godin Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  53. ^ "Cardoza Tucker Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  54. ^ "Justin Ruchti Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011. 
  55. ^ "Oliver Arias Baseball Stats". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved September 29, 2011.