There are four (4) Seattle Mariners whose expected annual salary tops over $10,000,000 a year for 2023.

1 . Eugenio Suarez: #28

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Drafted to the Detroit Tigers in 2013, Venezuelan-born, Eugenio Suarez, has made his way up the ranks and stars as 3rd baseman for the Mariners. He is expected to make over $11,000,000 in 2023.

2 . J. P. Crawford: #3

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Seattle Mariners shortstop, J. P. Crawford, is a hometown hero of Lakewood, Washington. This Lakewood High School graduate is definitely in the big leagues and is expected to make $11,000,000 in 2023.

3 . Luis Castillo: #21

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He began playing in the MLB in 2011 when he was signed with the San Francisco Giants. Some 11 years later, Castillo is getting paid the big bucks as a Seattle Mariners pitcher. He is expected to earn $17,000,000 in 2023.

4 . Robbie Ray: #38

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Tennessee native, Robbie Ray, is set to be the highest-paid player on the Seattle Mariners team. Ray is expected to earn a $23,000,000 salary in 2023. He got his MLB start with the Washington Nationals in 2010. Now he plays pitcher for the OTHER Washington.

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The Seattle Mariners raised a lot of hopes (and blood pressure) when they successfully made it to the 2022 MLB National Playoffs. Their win against the Detroit Tigers sent the team to two Wild Card games against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Seattle Mariners were defeated from reaching the 2022 MLB World Series after three crushing losses to the Houston Astros.

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