Wisdom joined the Mariners as a minor league signing last November, but he never took an at-bat with the club before it axed him. He’s best known as a former first-round pick of the Cardinals in 2012, when Wisdom went 52nd overall.
Wisdom had his moments in the St. Louis organization, especially during a 2018 major league debut in which he slashed .260/.362/.520 with four home runs in 58 plate appearances, but the Cardinals traded him to the Rangers prior to the ’19 campaign. Wisdom struggled to a .154/.185/.192 line with 15 strikeouts in 26 PA as a Ranger.
While his time in the majors has certainly been inconsistent, Wisdom will bring a track record of decent minors production to the next organization that signs him (if one does). He posted an .844 OPS in Triple-A ball last year and owns a .252/.328/.478 line with 82 homers in 1,674 trips to the plate at the highest level of the minors.