Jarred Kelenic Seattle Mariners

Age: 22 (July 16, 1999) | 6' 1" | 190lbs. | Bats: Left LF-14 CF-77 RF-3 PH-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
SEA A 2019 50 191 33 59 25 45 14 3 11 29 7 4 .309 .394 .586 11 21 .356 n/a
SEA A+ 2019 46 169 36 49 17 49 13 1 6 22 10 3 .290 .353 .485 9 26 .368 n/a
SEA AA 2019 21 83 11 21 8 17 4 1 6 17 3 0 .253 .315 .542 9 18 .246 n/a
SEA AL 2020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 n/a 0 0
SEA AAA 2021 30 125 29 40 15 22 9 1 9 28 6 1 .320 .392 .624 10 15 .323 n/a
SEA AAA 2021 30 125 29 40 15 22 9 1 9 28 6 1 .320 .392 .624 10 15 .323 n/a
SEA AL 2021 93 337 41 61 36 106 13 1 14 43 6 4 .181 .265 .350 10 28 .216 43/16/42 5 5
SEA AL 2022 30 86 10 12 9 36 2 1 3 10 4 2 .140 .219 .291 9 38 .188 37/16/47 1 1
Career 3yrs 123 423 51 73 45 142 15 2 17 53 10 6 .173 .256 .338 10 30 .211 n/a
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Mariners demote Jarred Kelenic hours before first Mets matchup


The hyped prospect in the middle of the much-discussed Mets-Mariners trade will not be playing in Citi Field on Friday night.

The Mariners demoted outfielder Jarred Kelenic on Friday afternoon, hours before the struggling prospect was expected to be in the lineup against the team that drafted him.

Kelenic was the centerpiece that went to Seattle in Dec. 2018 when the Mets got back Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz in a move that has been lampooned pretty much since the day it was made.

Jarred Kelenic dives for a fly ball on May 7, 2022.
Jarred Kelenic dives for a fly ball on May 7, 2022.
Alex Patton Alex
May 13

Unscrambled here. Fixed in the update.

Alex Patton Alex
Mar 23

Listed as 2B in the spreadsheet - and a very scrambled position listing here.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Mar 23

As the two sides meet this afternoon to iron out their differences (I'm kidding), Jim Bowden has the right idea. Let's pretend teams have started playing spring training games in Florida and Arizona... what are some of the things we can look forward to in the rest of the 2020s?

1. Seattle Mariners win their first World Series

In the Mariners’ 45 years of existence, they’ve won 90 games in a season just six times and three of them came in 2001-03, which was their best opportunity to win a world championship — especially 2001, when they went a staggering 116-46 in the regular season. They’ve never been able to get it done in the playoffs, always going home empty-handed, but their championship drought will finally end in the 2020s.

The Mariners are building a strong lineup core around outfielders Jarred Kelenic, Julio Rodríguez and Kyle Lewis. They have one of the game’s best shortstop prospects, Noelvi Marte. They’ve built a contending pitching staff with lefties Robbie Ray and Marco Gonzales and righties Chris Flexen and Logan Gilbert. But what will put the Mariners over the top is when pitching prospects such as George Kirby, Emerson Hancock, Levi Stoudt and Matt Brash develop more and reach the major leagues. I don’t know if it will be Cristal, Dom Perignon, Perrier-Jouet or even Veuve Clicquot champagne that president of baseball operations Jerry DiPoto will be celebrating with when Seattle finally wins a title, but it sure will be fun.

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Alex Patton Alex
Feb 23
2021: EV 87.5 HardHit 39% Barrel 10% HR/FB 15% LA 14.4 Pull 41% Cent 35% Oppo 25%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '21