No.13 Jeff Clement Top talent may be primed for breakout year.
No.34 Kenji Johjima May not hold off Jeff Clement for much longer.
No.69 Bryan LaHair Lacks offensive skills for first base.
No.10 Jose Lopez Already impressive youngster has room to improve.
No.68 Ronny Cedeno Trade to SEA should help. (No.71@SS)
No.25 Yuniesky Betancourt Must continue developing patience.
No.12 Adrian Beltre May be primed for more contract-year magic. (今日最中肯！)
No.32 Russell Branyan Could emerge as '09 version of Jack Cust.
No.21 Ichiro Suzuki Veteran catalyst should reach usual benchmarks.
No.75 Franklin Gutierrez Will get chance to hold starting OF job in Seattle.
No.78 Ken Griffey Jr. Revival could be in store as full-time DH.
No.112 Wladimir Balentien Power prospect could get starting opportunity.
No.127 Endy Chavez Likely to start in SEA OF.
No.192 Greg Halman Tools galore, but needs refinement.
No.15 Felix Hernandez Continues slow progress to stardom.
No.47 Erik Bedard Could regain elite form with return to health.
No.55 Brandon Morrow Flamethrower may be moved back to closer.
No.134 Carlos Silva Control helps bounceback capabilities.
No.138 Ryan Rowland-Smith May be best suited for bullpen.
No.142 Jarrod Washburn Vet offers low possibility of helpful numbers.
No.163 Garrett Olson Vying for spot in SEA rotation.
No.40 Tyler Walker May emerge as best closer candidate for Mariners.
No.41 Mark Lowe Could claim SEA closer role with improved control.
No.57 Chad Cordero Has shot to reclaim closer job in Seattle.
No.108 David Aardsma Shaky control limits closer potential.
No.118 Miguel Batista Could wind up in swing role again.
No.119 Roy Corcoran Soft-tosser likely to experience ERA hike.