Mariners MLB Draft tracker: Full list of every M’s selection in the 2019 draft

Jun 3, 2019, 1:50 PM | Updated: Jun 5, 2019, 3:30 pm

The Seattle Mariners made 41 selections in the the 2019 MLB Draft. (AP)...

The Seattle Mariners made 41 selections in the the 2019 MLB Draft. (AP)


The Seattle Mariners have concluded the annual MLB Draft, making 41 picks over three days.

What the Mariners are saying about the 3 pitchers they drafted on day 1

We have the full list of every Mariners pick below, with info and video of each player they took in the first 10 rounds..


Round 1 (No. 20): George Kirby, RHP, Elon University

Kirby, who checks in at 6 foot 4 and 201 pounds, won the 2019 Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year award after finishing 8-2 with a 2.75 ERA, three complete games, a shutout, 107 strikeouts and just six walks – yes, six – over 88.1 innings pitched as a junior. The Rye, N.Y. native was previously drafted out of high school by the New York Mets in the 32nd round in 2016.

Read the full story on Kirby here.

Round 2 (No. 59): Brandon Williamson, LHP, TCU

The Mariners continued to add to the pitching ranks of their farm system in the second round with the 6-foot-6, 210-pound Williamson. The tall lefty out of Welcome, Minn. (that’s apparently a real place) throws in the low 90s and can reach the mid 90s. He came to TCU after a pair of seasons with North Iowa Area Community College, and he has jumped 34 rounds after being selected in the 36th round of the 2018 MLB Draft by Milwaukee. He went 4-5 with a 4.19 ERA as a junior with TCU, striking out 89 while walking 36 over 77 1/3 innings. He allowed just five home runs, which equals out to a rate of 0.58 homers per nine innings pitched. Click here for a video of what his delivery looks like.

Competitive Balance Round B (No. 76): Isaiah Campbell, RHP, Arkansas

Campbell is the ace of the Razorbacks, who have advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals. In 2019 the redshirt junior is 11-1 with a 2.27 ERA and one shutout in 16 starts. He has 108 strikeouts to 19 walks in 103 innings pitched, allowing just three home runs. He allowed just one earned run on four hits and one walk in eight innings in his last start over the weekend, leading Arkansas to a 3-1 win over Williamson’s TCU (in a game Campbell was matched up against seventh-overall selection Nick Lodolo). The 6-foot-4, 225-pound Campbell appeared in two College World Series games for Arkansas last year. Born in Portugal, he went to high school in Olathe, Kan., where he graduated with a 4.125 GPA.


Round 3 (No. 97): Levi Stoudt, RHP, Lehigh University

As a junior in 2019, Stoudt went 3-4 with a 3.53 ERA, 45 strikeouts and 22 walks over 61 1/3 innings, earning a second team All-Patriot League nomination. The 6-1 right-hander pitched eighth games (five starts) for Orleans in the Cape Cod League last summer.

Round 4 (No. 126): Tim Elliott, RHP, Georgia

When it came to college pitchers selected by the Mariners in the 2019 draft, they made it a perfect 5 for 5 through the first four rounds by selecting Elliott, a 6-1, 200-pound junior who went 7-3 in 16 games (15 starts) in 2019 for the Bulldogs. He held opponents to a .163 batting average, posting a 2.38 ERA and 0.88 WHIP while striking out 72 and walking 24 over 75 2/3 innings. He came up big on Sunday in an NCAA Tournament win over Florida Atlantic, striking out eight in a two-hit shutout. That was his last start of the year, however, as Georgia was knocked out of the tournament in its next game, a loss to Florida State.

Round 5 (No. 156): Austin Shenton, 3B, Florida International

The Mariners pulled off a couple of firsts for their 2019 draft class with the selection of Shenton. He’s the first position player they picked after taking five college pitchers, and he’s the first local product they’ve added. Shenton is from Bellingham and starred at Bellevue College before transferring to Florida International as a sophomore in 2008. A third baseman who swings from the left side, he had a 22-game hitting streak as a junior this season and led FIU in batting average (.330), hits (65), RBIs (47), total bases (101) and walks, and tied for the team lead in doubles (11), triples (two) and multiple hit games (19). He also hit seven home runs and posted a .513 slugging percentage. Shenton also turned heads playing in the Cape Cod League last summer, hitting .349 for the Wareham Gatemen during the regular season and winning MVP of the league’s championship series after hitting .522 with three home runs and 12 RBIs in the playoffs.

Round 6 (No. 186): Michael Limoncelli, RHP, Horseheads (N.Y.) HS

The Mariners drafted a high school player for the first time in 2019 in right-handed hurler Michael Limoncelli, who is committed to play at Pitt in college if he doesn’t sign. Regardless of which path he decides to take, it will be a while before he starts the journey – Limoncelli underwent Tommy John surgery Tuesday. Limoncelli is regarded as a strike-thrower but the injury concerns no doubt affected his draft stock. In two starts as a high school senior in 2019, he went 2-0 with 20 strikeouts. As a junior he was 5-2 with a 0.73 ERA, striking out 51 and walking 14, and he helped Horseheads reach the state semifinals for the first time in 19 years. Limoncelli was named first team All-State in back-to-back years.

Round 7 (No. 216): Adam Macko, LHP, Vauxhall Academy of Baseball

A 6-foot, 170-pound lefty out of high school, Macko hails from Stony Plain, Alberta but spent much of his childhood in Bratislava, Slovakia. His family moved to Ireland when he was 11 and one year later settled in Alberta. He is committed to play college ball at Purdue if he doesn’t sign with Seattle.

Round 8 (No. 246): Ty Adcock, RHP, Elon University

Adcock joins Elon Phoenix teammate and Mariners first-round pick George Kirby in Seattle’s draft class. The 6-foot, 213-pound Adcock made the Colonial Athletic Association All-Tournament Team and was named third team All-CAA for the season as a senior in 2019. A two-way player for Elon, he had a 2.32 ERA, 1.42 WHIP, 37 strikeouts and 16 walks over 21 apearances (31 innings), leading the team with nine saves. He also hit .251 with 12 home runs and an .815 OPS as a utility player.

Round 9 (No. 276): Mike Salvatore, SS, Florida State

The 6-foot, 186-pound Salvatore leads the Seminoles as a senior in 2019 with a .341 batting average, 22 doubles, four triples and 135 total bases in 60 games, helping them reach the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament, where they will continue play Saturday against LSU. He also has seven home runs, 50 RBIs, 53 runs scored and five stolen bases on seven attempts.

Round 10 (No. 306): Kyle Hill, RHP, Baylor

Hill, who checks in at 5-10 and 200 pounds, was an absolute lights-out senior closer for the Bears, finishing this season with a spotless 0.00 ERA, 6-0 record and seven saves in 23 relief appearances. He struck out 35 and walked 10 over 29 1/3 innings, earning a first-team All-America nod by Collegiate Baseball.


Round 11 (No. 336): Carter Bins, C, Fresno State | Video
Round 12 (No. 366): Antoine Mistico, CF, Gateway CC (Ariz.)
Round 13 (No. 396): Reid Morgan, RHP, South Carolina
Round 14 (No. 426): Patrick Frick, SS, Wake Forest
Round 15 (No. 456): Anthony Tomczak, RHP, North Broward Prep (Fla.)
Round 16 (No. 486): Logan Rinehart, RHP, California Baptist University
Round 17 (No. 516): Dutch Landis, RHP, Bishop Gorman HS (Nev.)
Round 18 (No. 546): Tyler Driver, RHP, Crossroads FLEX HS (N.C.)
Round 19 (No. 576): Travis Kuhn, RHP, University of San Diego
Round 20 (No. 606): Cade Marlowe, LF, U West Georgia
Round 21 (No. 636): Reeves Martin, RHP, University of New Orleans
Round 22 (No. 666): Trent Tinglestad, LF, University of Louisiana-Monroe
Round 23 (No. 696): Caleb Ricca, SS, Northwestern State
Round 24 (No. 726): Kipp Rollings, RHP, North Greenville University
Round 25 (No. 756): Fred Villarreal, RHP, Houston
Round 26 (No. 786): Garrett Westberg, RHP, Central Florida
Round 27 (No. 816): Brock Minich, RHP, Nova Southeastern
Round 28 (No. 846): Anthony Lepre, C, The Masters University
Round 29 (No. 876): Utah Jones, SS, North Greenville University
Round 30 (No. 906): Cody Grosse, SS, Southeaster Louisiana University
Round 31 (No. 936): Jacob Meador, RHP, Centennial HS (Texas) | Video
Round 32 (No. 966): Jackson Tate, CF, Lawson State CC (Ala.)
Round 33 (No. 996): Jarod Bayless, RHP, Dallas Baptist HS
Round 34 (No. 1,026): Christian Encarnacion-Strand, 3B, Yavapai College (Ariz.)
Round 35 (No. 1,056): Dominic Tamez, C, Lady Bird Johnson HS (Texas)
Round 36 (No. 1,086): C.J. Mayhue, LHP, Crest HS (N.C.)
Round 37 (No. 1,116): Cole Barr, 3B, Indiana
Round 38 (No. 1,146): Jackson Lancaster, CF, Itawamba JC (Miss.)
Round 39 (No. 1,176): Jacob Hurtubise, CF, Army West Point (N.Y.)
Round 40 (No. 1,206): Perry McMichen, 2B, Wyoming HS (Ohio)

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