26-Year-Old Outfielder – Seattle Mariners
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
For a prospect who seems like he has been around forever, it is remarkable how little Kivlehanís prospect stock has fluctuated over the years. He has always been seen as a decent hitter, who may not p...
Kivlehan was acquired by the Mariners on Sunday from the Rangers in exchange for a player to be named later or cash.
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Seattle Mariners Roster
MajorsBenoit, Joaquin (P)
AAAAoki, Norichika (OF)
AABaron, Steve (C)
A+DeCarlo, Joe (SS)
ABishop, Braden (OF)
RookieAndrade, Greifer (3B)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
A football player at Rutgers, Kivlehan didn't step onto the baseball field until his senior year. He did enough in that one year, though, for the Mariners to draft him in the fourth round in 2012. Kivlehan hit .306/.366/.542 with 22 homers over parts of two seasons at High-A High Desert, so it was an important test when he was promoted to Double-A Jackson last May to see how he would fare outside the hitter-friendly Cal League. He struggled badly at first, but he found his stride and reached base in 29 consecutive games, acquitting himself with a .300 average, .859 OPS and 41 extra-base hits. According to scouts, he has the potential to be a run-producing third baseman, hitting for both average and power. He'll probably begin this season back at Jackson, but he's one to keep on the radar.