The Book on James PaxtonSEA

Graduated Prospect Info

James Paxton / LHP, SEA
Born 11/6/1988
Richmond, BC, Canada
School: Kentucky
Height 6-4
Weight 215
Bats/Throws L/L
2216 | 1/1/2015


Total professional at-bats: .

James Paxton is no longer tracked as an eligible prospect in Scouting Book.

Final rookie-eligible season: 2014.


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News and Notes

8/2/2014 by KDaddy

Fresh from almost four months on the DL, lefty James Paxton returned to the mound against the Orioles last night, giving up two runs in four and one-third innings of work. While he doesn't have his stamina all back, the rest of his game seems intact: Paxton is now 5-0 in his first seven major league starts, with a 2.01 ERA and a strikeout to walk ratio of 3.25 (39:12). He might not have the electric stuff of some of Seattle's other pitching phenoms, but he's a quietly serious prospect in his own right. If he can stay healthy, he'll do nothing but help the Mariners down the stretch, as well as lock down a 2015 rotation spot.

4/10/2014 by KDaddy

James Paxton will sit on the DL for two weeks nursing what the Mariners are calling a strained lat muscle. Paxton has been a big boost to the Mariner rotation already. Going back to September, Paxton's young career line looks impressive indeed. Over six starts, he's the proud owner of a 1.75 ERA and has struck out 8.5 batters per nine. With Hisashi Iwakuma, Taijuan Walker and Stephen Pryor already on the DL, Seattle pitching starting to look very, very thin.

9/14/2013 by KDaddy

James Paxton is 2-0 after his first two Major League starts with six innings of two-hit, shutout baseball against the Cardinals tonight. Possible disaster notwithstanding, he's pretty much guaranteed to get the first shot at a Mariner rotation spot next spring.

9/8/2013 by KDaddy

Making his MLB debut, top Seattle prospect James Paxton threw six strong innings and surrendered just one earned run in a 6-2 win over the Rays on Saturday night. He'll get a few more turns and, disaster notwithstanding, should be a part of the Mariner rotation in 2014.

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