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José Godoy

José Godoy

AVG
.162
HR
0
RBI
3
R
2
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/200 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Maracaibo, Venezuela
College: None
Draft: Undrafted
  • The Seattle Times

    Former Mariners bullpen coach Brian DeLunas passes away at age 46

    After a long battle with kidney disease, Brian DeLunas, a former bullpen coach and director of pitching strategy with the Mariners, passed away Sunday evening at age 46. The University of Missouri, where DeLunas was serving in his second stint as pitching coach, released a statement Monday announcing his passing. He is survived by his wife, Johannah, son Rory and stepdaughter Maren.

  • 710 ESPN Seattle

    Mariners Prospects: Baseball America's Kyle Glaser breaks down top arms

    There’s just so many really, really good arms that a lot of scouts think very, very highly of, and George Kirby is at the top of this list. Kirby was the Mariners’ first-round pick in 2019 out of Elon University. Since joining the organization, Kirby has continued to grow and is now considered to be one of the best prospects in baseball, ending the 2021 season as Baseball America’s 12th-best prospect and the publication’s third-rated pitcher.

  • Lookout Landing

    Mariners open 2020-21 international amateur signing period with three seven-figure deals

    Below are scouting reports on the players that have been reported by Baseball America and/or MLB Pipeline as of this moment. Seattle has a pool of $5,179,700 to spend, and all clubs are able to sign as many players to <$10k bonuses as they please without counting against their pool. While in past years clubs have been able to trade international pool money, that has been banned for the past two seasons.