Bradley headed to draft for Mariners

Bradley headed to draft for Mariners

ARLINGTON -- Former Mariners catcher Scott Bradley, who currently works as the head baseball coach at Princeton, will represent Seattle at the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft in New York.

Bradley, 54, played for the Mariners from 1986-92 and was the catcher for Randy Johnson's no-hitter in 1990.

Bradley was a nine-year Major League veteran and spent seven seasons with Seattle, where he hit .259 with 18 home runs and 180 RBIs in 562 games. Bradley began his career with the Yankees in 1984 and also played briefly with the White Sox before getting traded to the Mariners in '86.

The Mariners' front office and scouts will work from team headquarters at Safeco Field, with Bradley on hand in New York to turn in the first-round selection.

The 2014 Draft will take place on June 5-7, beginning with the Draft preview show on MLB.com and MLB Network on Thursday, June 5, at 3 p.m. PT. Live Draft coverage from MLB Network's Studio 42 begins at 4 p.m. PT, with the top 74 picks being streamed on MLB.com and broadcast on MLB Network. MLB.com's exclusive coverage of the second and third days will begin with a live Draft show at 9:30 a.m. PT on June 6.

The 2014 Draft will take place on June 5-7, beginning with the Draft preview show on MLB.com and MLB Network on Thursday, June 5, at 6 p.m. ET. Live Draft coverage from MLB Network's Studio 42 begins at 7 p.m., with the top 74 picks being streamed on MLB.com and broadcast on MLB Network. MLB.com's exclusive coverage of the second and third days will begin with a live Draft show at 12:30 p.m. ET on June 6.

MLB.com's coverage includes Draft Central, the Top 100 Draft Prospects list and Draft Tracker, a live interactive application that includes a searchable database of Draft-eligible players. Every selection will be tweeted live from @MLBDraftTracker, and you can also keep up to date by following @MLBDraft. And get into the Draft conversation by tagging your tweets with #mlbdraft.

Greg Johns is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregJohnsMLB as well as his Mariners Musings blog. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.