|1st||Felix Hernandez||Dan Wilson||John Olerud||Bret Boone||Edgar Martinez||Alex Rodriguez||Phil Bradley||Ken Griffey Jr.||Ichiro Suzuki|
|2nd||Randy Johnson||Dave Valle||Alvin Davis||Robinson Cano||Adrian Beltre||Omar Vizquel||Raul Ibanez||Mike Cameron||Jay Buhner|
|3rd||Jamie Moyer||Kenji Johjima||Tino Martinez||Harold Reynolds||Kyle Seager||Brendan Ryan||Greg Briley||Franklin Gutierrez||Leon Roberts|
|4th||Mark Langston||Bob Stinson||Bruce Bochte||Julio Cruz||Jim Presley||Carlos Guillen||Henry Cotto||Ruppert Jones||Al Cowens|
Pitcher was a really good position for the M's. Their top guy is a potential Hall of Famer, and their 2nd Team guy is already there. Jamie Moyer had a good long career, though he falls just short of the Hall of Fame standard. Freddy Garcia and Erik Hanson were pretty close to Mark Langston for the 4th Team spot.
Center field, second base, and third base were all pretty strong positions. Robinson Cano and Kyle Seager are both potential 1st Teamers if they keep producing. The fans in Seattle should be excited about those guys. Edgar Martinez was better known as a DH, but I'm glad that for now the Mariner icon is deserving of the 1st Team spot at the hot corner.
The two corner outfield positions have two strong players on the first two teams and slim pickings after that. Left field especially was like grasping at straws. Yikes.
Catcher would have to be the weakest position here. Nothing against Dan Wilson, but if he's your greatest catcher of all time, you need to work on that.