MLB Draft 2012: Mariners Select C Mike Zunino With 3rd Pick, SS Joe DeCarlo with 64th

Seattle Mariners take Mike Zunino with first pick, SS Joe DeCarlo with their second rounder.

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Mike Zunino Nearing Deal To Sign With Seattle Mariners

The Seattle Mariners selected Florida catcher Mike Zunino with their first round pick at the 2012 MLB Draft, which just happened to be the No. 3 overall selection. Zunino could move quickly through the organization due to his advanced bat and ability behind the plate, and very few have doubts that he'll be a quality player for the Mariners for years to come.

Zunino and the Mariners have been working out details on his first contract, and it appears the two sides are just about ready to agree to something.

It was also reported that Zunino would be undergoing his physical this weekend, which is a mere formality at this point. Seattle should have all of this wrapped up by Monday at the latest, if not sooner.

As for Zunino, he immediately becomes one of the top prospects in an already strong system. Look for him to spend a few weeks at the lower levels of the Minor Leagues to get his feet wet before making the ascension to High-A ball next year (at the very least). He may also elect to play in the Arizona Fall League should the club feel it would help his development.

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2012 MLB Draft Results: Complete List Of Seattle Mariners Picks

The 2012 MLB Draft has come and gone and the Seattle Mariners have a new wave of possible All-Stars as part of their organization. The players have until June 13 to sign with the team, but until then can bask in the glory of knowing that they are major leaguers.

Having a obvious focus with their picks, the M's made pitching a large part of their 2012 draft, selecting 20 young guns (13 righties, 7 lefties) amongst the 41 picks they made. Nevertheless, they are satisified with the diversity of players they selected this year:

"Overall, we're very pleased with the athleticism, talent level and character of the players we drafted," Mariners scouting director Tom McNamara said. "Our scouts did an excellent job traveling all over the country finding the top talent at both the high school and college levels. We look forward to getting many of these young men signed and in uniform."

Below is the complete list of the M's 2012 draft class. Those highlighted include a link to their respective MLB.com scouting video.

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Zunino, Mike

Florida, FL

C

64

DeCarlo, Joe

Garnet Valley HS, PA

SS

98

Diaz, Edwin

Caguas Military Academy

RHP

126

Pike, Tyler

Winter Haven HS, FL

LHP

131

Kivlehan, Patrick

Rutgers U New Brunswick, NJ

3B

161

Taylor, Chris

Virginia, VA

SS

191

Lopes, Timmy

Edison HS, CA

SS

221

Ard, Taylor

Washington State, WA

1B

251

Halamandaris, Nick

Stevenson School, CA

1B

281

McGruder, Jamodrick

Texas Tech U, TX

2B

311

Wood, Grady

Western Oregon State, OR

RHP

341

Brito, Kristian

Ramon Quinones Medina,

1B

371

Faulkner, Michael

Arkansas State, AR

CF

401

Hauser, Blake

Virginia Commonwealth U, VA

RHP

431

Hebert, Brock

Southeastern Louisiana University, LA

2B

461

Pizzano, Dario

Columbia U, NY

OF

491

Leone, Dominic

Clemson, SC

RHP

521

Yates, Isaiah

Clovis East HS, CA

RF

551

Henry, Jabari

Florida International, FL

RF

581

Koneski, Nathan

Col of The Holy Cross, MA

LHP

611

Ewing, Steven

Miami, FL

LHP

641

DeCecco, Scott

University of South Carolina - Upstate, SC

LHP

671

Franca, Gabrial

John W North HS, CA

SS

701

Dean, Levi

Tennessee Wesleyan Col, TN

RHP

731

Vedo, Matthew

University of California - Santa Barbara, CA

RHP

761

Bordonaro, Mark

Fairfield U, CT

RHP

791

Brooks, Aaron

Edmonds CC, WA

RHP

821

Holovach, Blake

Missouri, MO

LHP

851

Brazis, Matt

Boston Col, MA

RHP

881

Demello, Toby

St Marys Col, CA

C

911

Yastrzemski, Michael

Vanderbilt, TN

RF

941

Shellhorn, Rusty

Texas Tech, TX

LHP

971

Palase, Richard

Lynchburg Col, VA

2B

1001

Seifrit, Logan

Vauxhall HS,

RHP

1031

Ross, Alexander

Bellevue CC, WA

C

1061

Krieger, Tyler

Northview HS, GA

SS

1091

Wingenter, Anthony

Bob Jones HS, AL

RHP

1121

Lilek, Brett

Marian Catholic HS, IL

LHP

1151

Martin, Richard

Bloomingdale Sr. HS, FL

SS

1181

Long, Grayson

Barbers Hill HS, TX

RHP

1211

Kaprielian, James

Beckman HS, CA

RHP

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2012 MLB Draft Results, Day 3: Seattle Mariners Picks

Here's your brief look at the picks by the Seattle Mariners in Day 3 of the 2012 MLB Draft. Day 3 carries all the remaining rounds full of prospects that could be surprises down the road.

  • 491st pick: RPH Dominic Leone from Clemson, SC
  • 521st pick: RF Isaiah Yates from Clovis East HS
  • 551st pick: RF Jabari Henry from Florida International, FL
  • 581st pick: LHP Nathan Koneski from College of the Holy Cross, MA
  • 611th pick: LHP Steven Ewing from Miami, FL
  • 641st pick: LHP Scott DeCecco from University of South Carolina - Upstate, SC
  • 671st pick: SS Gabrial Franca from John W. North HS, CA
  • 701st pick: RHP Levi Dean from Tennessee Wesleyan College, TN
  • 731st pick: RHP Matthew Vedo from UC Santa Barbara, CA
  • 761st pick: RHP Mark Bordonaro from Fairfield U, CT
  • 821st pick: LHP Blake Holovach from Missouri, MO
  • 851st pick: RHP Matt Brazis from Boston College, MA
  • 881st pick: C Toby Demello from St. Mary's, CA
  • 911th pick: RF Michael Yastrzemski from Vanderbilt, TN
  • 941st pick: LHP Rusty Shellhorn from Texas Tech, TX
  • 971st pick: 2B Richard Palase from Lynchburg College, VA
  • 1001st pick: RHP Logan Seifrit from Vauxhall HS
  • 1031st pick: C Alexander Ross from Bellevue CC, WA
  • 1061st pick: SS Tyler Krieger from Northview HS, GA
  • 1091st pick: RHP Anthony Wingenter from Bob Jones HS, AL
  • 1121st pick: LHP Brett Lilek from Marin Catholic, HS, IL
  • 1151st pick: SS Richard Martin from Bloomingdale Sr. HS, FL
  • 1181st pick: RHP Grayson Long from Barbers Hill HS, TX
  • 1211th pick: RHP James Kaprielian from Beckman HS, CA

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2012 MLB Draft: Seattle Mariners Looking To Strike Gold On Third Day

The Seattle Mariners have already addressed numerous areas on their roster during the first two days of the 2012 MLB Draft, and now they will look to identify the potential superstars on the third and final day. Unlike the NFL Draft where teams typically expect to pick filler and practice players in the later rounds, baseball teams spend their late round picks on up-and-coming high school players who have huge upside despite being raw at this stage in their career.

Most of the players selected on Wednesday (rounds 16 through 40) will consist of prep players signed on with a college or college players who have multiple years of eligibility remaining. These players typically do not sign with their teams because their stock is not as high as it could be in a few years, but teams do sometimes get lucky should they offer enough money to satisfy the prospect's wants.

At the same time, it is important to remember TINSTAAP: There Is No Such Thing As A Proven Prospect.

For as much potential and raw talent as these guys have, many of them won't even come close to sniffing the Major Leagues in their careers. You certainly do not want to start handing out thousands of dollars to someone who won't do much of anything in his career. At the same time, you do see a few of these guys taken in the late rounds go in the first round a year or two later, which is a tough pill for the organization to swallow.

That makes for a sticky situation for the Mariners, a team that lacks excessive spending money most years. It's all about identifying the diamonds in the rough, and then determining which ones are worth the cash.

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MLB Draft 2012: Mariners Make Selections In 7th - 15th Rounds

The Major League draft hit the late rounds Tuesday afternoon and the Mariners have now selected 16 total players in the 15 completed rounds. After choosing C Mike Zunino with the 3rd overall pick on Monday, the M's went with SS Joe DeCarlo in the 2nd, RHP Edwin Diaz in the 3rd, LHP Tyler Pike in Compesation Round B, 3B Patrick Kivlihan in the 4th, SS Chris Taylor in the 5th, and SS Timmy Lopes in the 6th. You can see full coverage of all these selections at our MLB Draft 2012 StoryStream, here.

In the 7th round, the Mariners took 1B Taylor Ard out of Washington State. According to CougCenter, "There's really no better way to describe Ard than as a big, bad masher -- at 6-foot-1 and 230 pounds, the righty hit .332 with 12 home runs, compiling at .412 on-base percentage and .577 slugging percentage for a .989 OPS. Despite his size, he's a solid defender as well, having been a shortstop in high school before growing into a first baseman."

In the 8th round, the M's went with 1B Nick Halamandaris, a left-hander from Stevenson School in Carmel, California. In the 9th round the M's took Jamodrick McGruder, a second-baseman out of Texas Tech. According to Geoff Baker, the speedster "ranked among the NCAA Division 1 leaders in triples (eight), walks (45), on-base percentage (.500) and steals (39 out of 44 attempts). Baseball America says that he has little power, and there is concern about his hands at second base."

From there, the Mariners chose RHP Grady Wood out of Western Oregon State, 1B Kristian Brito of Ramon Quinones Medina, CF Michael Faulkner of Arkansas State, RHP Blake Hauser of Virginia Commonwealth U, 2B Brock Hebert of Southeastern Louisiana University, and OF Dario Rosario of Columbia U in rounds 9-15.

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MLB Draft 2012: Mariners Select SS Chris Taylor in 5th Round, SS Timmy Lopes In 6th

The Major League Baseball amateur draft rolled on Tuesday and the Mariners made several more selections, picking up two more shortstops in the process. In the 5th round (161st overall), they went with Chris Taylor, a 6'1, 180 pound player out of the University of Virginia, and in the 6th round (191st overall) they chose high-schooler Timmy Lopes.

MLB.com provides a scouting report on Taylor, noting "Most of Taylor's value comes from his defense. Taylor has good range and instincts with a plus arm. Offensively, he has shown off his plus speed on the basepaths . Right now, he mostly just has gap power, and he is not likely to hit many home runs at the next level. If a team thinks that he can hit, they could take a chance on him in the early going. "

MLB's take on Lopes is intriguing. "Lopes' older brother, Christian, was the Blue Jays' seventh-round pick in 2011, and Timmy has a chance to be even better than his older brother, while almost surely being picked higher than him. Lopes has above-average range and instincts in the field but has an average arm that will likely mean a move to second base. On the basepaths, he has slightly above-average speed that plays up due to his great instincts. He makes consistent contact and is above average at handling the bat, which allows him to make hard contact to all fields. He also gets high marks for his makeup."

Taylor and Lopes mark the second and third shortstops taken in this year's draft for the M's, joining their 2nd round pick, high schooler Joe DeCarlo.

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2012 MLB Draft: Seattle Mariners Select P Edwin Diaz and 3B Patrick Kivlehan

The Seattle Mariners selected Puerto Rican high school pitcher Edwin Diaz (98th overall) and Rutgers third baseman Patrick Kivlehan (131st overall) in the third and fourth rounds, respectively, of the MLB Draft. They also added LHP Tyler Pike in compensation round B, with the 126th overall pick.

Diaz is a 6-2, 160 pound right-handed pitcher out of the Caguas Military Academy in Puerto Rico. Though Diaz is awfully skinny, he has already been clocked at 97 mph on his fastball. If he is able to add weight and muscle, he could end up an overpowering pitcher.

Kivlehan is a two-sport athlete at Rutgers, but this was Kivlehan's first season on the baseball team and what a season it was. As a junior, Kivlehan was the first player in Big East history to win the triple crown. He led the league with a .410 batting average, 10 home runs and 36 RBI.

MLB.com's scouting report on Pike notes, "In a deep class of high school arms from Florida, Pike's pure stuff may not jump out, but his pitchability should. The Florida State recruit has a three-pitch mix, with a fastball that will sit in the 90-91 mph range, though he can reach back for more at times, a curve and a changeup. A good athlete who could be a two-way player should he go to college, Pike has a clean delivery that should allow him to have excellent command throughout his career. While there are others from Florida's prep ranks who will go before him, there's bound to be a team who will be interested in his left arm in the first few rounds."

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MLB Draft 2012: Mariners Select High School SS Joe DeCarlo

The Seattle Mariners selected Garnet Valley High shortstop Joe DeCarlo with the 64th overall pick in the second round of the MLB Draft.

The 6-foot-1, 205 pounder is described as an outstanding all-around talent with a strong arm, which bodes well for his potential move to third base. He could turn into a steady base-hitter due to his quick bat.

DeCarlo is committed to playing at the University of Georgia so it will take some time before finding out if he joins the organization or if he goes to college. Either way, it looks like DeCarlo is looking forward to it.

"I'm definitely excited," DeCarlo told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "It's always been a dream of mine to play professional baseball. But if the deal is not right, financially, then I have a great fall-back option."

"Playing in the Southeastern Conference would be great as well," he said. "I'm trying to keep an open mind about things."

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MLB Draft 2012: Reaction And Analysis To Mariners Draft Pick Mike Zunino

The Seattle Mariners selected Mike Zunino with the No. 3 overall pick in the first round of Monday's First-Year player draft. Zunino is a 21-year old right-handed catcher from the University of Florida. Here is the reaction of the Mariners' draft pick from around the Seattle sports media and blogosphere, but first, here is Zunino's own reaction:

I'm just extremely honored. I didn't have any inclination that I was that pick right away. I got a call maybe 15, 20 minutes before the draft. I was just extremely ecstatic when I heard my name called by the commissioner. (Via: Seattle Times)

Thoughts from Mariners Scouting Director Tom McNamara:

When he signed at Florida we tracked him and we watched him for three years. He doesn't jump out and wow you like some other players but what you get at the end of the day is a steady, hard-nosed, tough kid who has power and can really catch (Via: Associated Press)

Lookout Landing's Jeff Sullivan's thoughts on Zunino's offensive capabilities:

As for the offensive part of Zunino's game, there's some stuff to write about here, too. He posted the second-highest OPS in the SEC. A year ago, he posted the second-highest OPS in the SEC. CollegeSplits.com is a neat little website and I don't know about their park and schedule adjustments, but if you apply their park and schedule adjustments, this past season Zunino posted the fourth-best adjusted OPS in the country. For a guy who isn't thought of as an offensive standout, he's posted the numbers of an offensive standout.

USS Mariner's Jay Yencich ponders what this means for the Mariners organization's depth at the catcher position:

The larger question for me at this point is how the organization's catching depth is implicated in this. In the same sense that Rendon last year likely would have trumped the assorted internal options we had at the hot corner, Zunino trumps all of the backstops we have, a large portion of which were drafted recently. Most of those guys came with defensive questions that Zunino just doesn't have. As raw power goes, Marlette might still have more, but his hitting skills aren't nearly as refined and the expected timetable for Zunino would render that an afterthought anyway.

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2012 MLB Draft: Seattle Mariners Take Mike Zunino

The Seattle Mariners seem to have landed the player they wanted whent hey drafted Florida Gators catcher Mike Zunino with the third overall pick in the 2012 MLB Draft. Zunino is a solid player who promises to provide good offense to a team in desperate need of hitting power.

At 6-2, 220 pounds, Zunino is the best catcher in the draft and considered the best position player available on the board. It’s a strong, solid pickup for a team that might have solid catcher depth, but could use another bat in the lineup to really make opposing pitching fear their lineup. He provides hitting from both sides of the plate and could bring another potential catcher to ensure quality players at that position for years to come.

Zunino might not be the best player in the draft, but he's definitely one of the likeliest to contribute sooner rather than later.

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2012 MLB Mock Draft: Seattle Mariners Take Florida C MIke Zunino

In Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com's latest MLB Mock Draft, he has the Seattle Mariners taking University of Florida catcher Mike Zunino with the no. 3 overall pick in Monday night's draft. But Mayo isn't completely certain of that selection due to rumors that Zunino may slide down some boards when the draft commences.

Here is what Mayo had to say:

The talk about Zunino sliding has never subsided, with [Puerto Rico Baseball Academy SS Carlos] Correa and then Oklahoma State lefty Andrew Heaney coming into play. But Zunino remains.

ESPN's Keith Law ranks Zunino as the no. 6 overall prospect in the draft and had this to say about the 6-foot-2, 220 pounder.

It's not a great year for college bats, but Zunino is the best one and would deserve to be highly ranked in any year. He has good hands with the ability to hit to all fields, and he should develop at least average power in pro ball. He likely won't be plus defensively behind the plate, but he's solid, and even an array of average tools could make him an above-average regular in the big leagues given the scarcity of talent behind the dish.

Law ranked Zunino as high as no. 3 on his prospects list at different points in the season.

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2012 MLB Mock Draft: Mariners Select SS Carlos Correa In First Round

The 2012 MLB Draft begins with its first round on Monday and the Seattle Mariners are the proud holders of the No. 3 overall pick. The Mariners have a remarkable surplus of young pitching in their system, so it is likely that they will attempt to focus on offense with a first round pick of a position player.

In the latest mock draft at Minor League Ball, John Sickels believes that Seattle will target a high school shortstop with their first pick. Here's his take:

3) Seattle Mariners: Carlos Correa, SS, Puerto Rico HS: He's been utterly spectacular in recent workouts, and I don't think we'll see another Hultzenish surprise choice.

We will have to stand by and see whether this prediction comes true. Can the Mariners lock down a potential franchise shortstop and key component of their future offense on Monday? Only time will tell.

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2012 MLB Draft Order: Where The Mariners Will Pick

The 2012 MLB Draft begins on Monday and will run through Wednesday. The Mariners once again have a very high pick, which is one of the happy side effects of having a lousy record for another year.

The Mariners will have the No. 3 overall pick, barring a trade of the selection slot to another team. They will select after the Houston Astros and Minnesota Twins and will have an enormous crop of talent to select from.

The Mariners are rumored to be looking for a legitimate hitting prospect with their first pick this year, which makes sense as they have a big surplus of young, live arms in the system but their offense is still looking like the weak link and needs more players in the pipeline for the offense of the future to begin to take a cohesive form.

Here's the full draft order for Monday's first round.

1 Houston Astros
2 Minnesota Twins
3 Seattle Mariners
4 Baltimore Orioles
5 Kansas City Royals
6 Chicago Cubs
7 San Diego Padres
8 Pittsburgh Pirates
9 Miami Marlins
10 Colorado Rockies
11 Oakland Athletics
12 New York Mets
13 Chicago White Sox
14 Cincinnati Reds
15 Cleveland Indians
16 Washington Nationals
17 Toronto Blue Jays
18 Los Angeles Dodgers
19 St. Louis Cardinals
20 San Francisco Giants
21 Atlanta Braves
22 Toronto Blue Jays
23 St. Louis Cardinals
24 Boston Red Sox
25 Tampa Bay Rays
26 Arizona Diamondbacks
27 Milwaukee Brewers
28 Milwaukee Brewers
29 Philadelphia Phillies
30 New York Yankees
31 Boston Red Sox

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MLB Mock Draft 2012: Keith Law Has Mariners Taking Mike Zunino

The Seattle Mariners will have a ton of options this week at the 2012 MLB Draft. Armed with the No. 3 overall pick in the first round the team is expected to go with a hitter, although a pitcher could also be in the picture should Stanford ace Mark Appel somehow slip to their spot. That is unexpected though, and Keith Law has the M's going with a stud catcher with their pick.

According to Law's latest mock draft ($), Mike Zunino, the catcher for the Florida Gators, will be headed to Seattle.

Mike Zunino, C, Florida
There is a rumor that has picked up some steam in the past 48 hours that has the Mariners taking Correa. If they don't take Zunino, he's a possibility to the Royals at No. 5, but he could slide as far as 8 with 12 as a floor. Seattle would take Buxton if he's here.

The Correa mentioned in the blurb above is shortstop Carlos Correa, who has been receiving a ton of attention lately. Just 17 years old and out of the Puerto Rico Baseball Acadamy he is undoubtably a big project who will need years to develop, but he probably has the highest ceiling of any prospect available in 2012.

The Mariners may be looking for a guy who will arrive sooner than that, which makes Zunino very appealing.

The MLB Draft is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 4.

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MLB Draft 2012: Mock Draft Shows Seattle Selecting Shortstop Carlos Correa

A Baseball Prospectus has the Seattle Mariners selecting shortstop Carlos Correa, the #1 overall prospect as ranked by SB Nation's Minor League Ball.

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MLB Mock Draft 2012: Mariners Take Mike Zunino in Another Projection

With the 2012 MLB Draft fast approaching (June 4th - 6th), mock draft projections are being released fast and furiously by the various outlets. The Mariners again holds a very high pick - the 3rd overall this season, and with that pick come a lot of possible options. One player has been more common than others in the mock drafts I've seen thus far, and according to Through the Fence Baseball's Dan Kirby, a catcher from Florida might be at the top of the Mariners' list. Says Kirby:

3. Seattle Mariners - Mike Zunino, C, Florida

With all of the depth the Mariners have in their rotation, and even more in their farm system, they can grab the best catcher in the draft in Zunino, who excels on both sides of the plate. Through 54 games, the right-hander is hitting .323 with 27 doubles, 16 home runs, 55 RBI and has even swiped nine bases. The 6'-3", 220-pound junior is a big presence behind the dish and also brings outstanding leadership skills with him. Should be a quick riser to the show.

This pick probably depends a little on how long-term the Mariners see Jesus Montero behind the plate. If they think that Montero would be better utilized as a DH, the Zunino pick might be a no-brainer.

Here's what Baseball Prospect Nation has to say in summary on the Florida catcher:

Potential plus defender with receiving, throwing and leadership ability. Should be a standout defender long term. Has excellent feel for hitting and a good concept of the strike zone. Makes easy hard contact and has started to use the whole field better. Will need minimal adjustments to hit as a pro and should hit right out of the gate. Power has some projection though I see him as more of a big doubles hitter with average home run pop. Star potential that contributes in every facet on the field and is a leader off the field.

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2012 MLB Mock Draft: Seattle Mariners Take Mike Zunino

The Seattle Mariners do have one definitive weakness they need to improve via the draft, and that is hitting. Seattle's offense is one of the worst in the country. If they're expected to become contenders in the near future, they'll need more batters up there who can do extensive damage.

Keith Law releases his latest mock draft, and it has the Mariners taking one of the best hitters available in 2012, one Mike Zunino of the Florida Gators. Zunino is a catcher (which Seattle has plenty of), but he could immediately become one of their best hitters on the team.

This is a weak year for college hitters, but Zunino is the best of the bunch. He doesn't have any standout tools, but no real weaknesses either. Seattle would take Buxton if he was here and is also strongly in on Correa. For whatever it's worth, the rumor that they're on Oklahoma State lefty Andrew Heaney won't die, although I really doubt they take him this high."

Law's full mock can be viewed here. You will need an ESPN Insider account to view the full thing.

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MLB Mock Draft 2012: Mariners Select Catcher Mike Zunino With No. 3 Pick

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