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San Diego Padres Sun Jul 23 2017 08:11:23 GMT+0000 (UTC)
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Pitching and defense carries the day for Tri-City.
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Reggie Lawson's statement outing for the TinCaps kept the system from getting swept.
While the top of the draft appropriately gets the most attention, the process of putting together a 40-round draft class is a year-round endeavor.
El Paso climbed back to .500 with a win on the road in Sacramento. The winning vibes were also present in Lancaster, where the Storm cruised to a win. Fort Wayne and San Antonio lost in blowout fashion.
Successes in drafting and developing talent have been few and far between over the years for the San Diego Padres, but increased financial resources and greater organizational priority have made the path to success more obvious for the organization r
Pedro Avila dominates in Fort Wayne while great bullpens lead San Antonio and Tri-City to wins.
Bats came alive in San Antonio and AZL, but overall the system had a losing day.
Monday was an intriguing day in the system, as Adrian Morejon and Michel Baez took the mound. However, both prospects were overshadowed by the professional debut of LHP Mackenzie Gore, whom the Padres selected third overall in June.
Another day, another impresive feat by Fernando Tatis. The offense in El Paso and Peoria put up double-digit run totals, several late-game collapses hurt the system Sunday.
The system gets three extra-inning wins as Cal Quantrill makes his Double-A debut and a surprise performer continues to star with a six-hit effort.
In what has become a common theme for the Padres' minor leagues, some strong pitching performances in Lake Elsinore, Fort Wayne and in Pasco and El Paso's Nick Buss can really hit.
El Paso returned from the all-star break but were unable to get anything going offensively and lost in Reno. San Antonio won easily and the Storm beat Lancaster in a wild game at The Diamond. The TinCaps won on the road, the Dust Devils lost at home
J2 Prospects lead the way at each level as the system earns a split. Fernando Tatis Jr continues his destruction of MidWest League pitching with two home runs including a grand slam.
Mondays theme was excellent pitching throughout the system. The two high-profile Cuban signees mowed down the competition. The system also got another gem from system veteran Chris Huffman in a San Antonio win.
From Jabari Blash's homer Sunday morning to Eguy Rosario's game-winning double 12 hours later, it was a good day in the Padres system.
Late rallies lift Elsinore, AZL clubs, cost San Antonio and Fort Wayne.
Jim McDade has a big night for the TinCaps and in the heat of the desert, Eguy Rosario is ready to move up.
Brad Zunica has the best month of his young professional career.
The Storm bounced back from a loss last night and scored 13 runs in the scorching heat of Lancaster. Fort Wayne and Tri-City won close games while El Paso and San Antonio lost.
Disappointing day on the diamonds, as the Missions are the only team to come out with a win.
The Lake Elsinore Storm first baseman talks about his experience playing in the World Baseball Classic and his approach at the plate.
The first half of the minor league season was a solid one for the Padres minor league system. We talked with Sam Geaney, Director of Player Development, about his take-aways from the early-season results.
Independence Day brought fireworks up and down the system. Jabari Blash and Austin Allen provided the offensive magic, while Cubans Adrian Morejon and Michel Baez lit up the radar gun.
Fireworks were abundant throughout the Padres system Monday night as the Padres had some standout performances on the offensive side of the ball. The Chihuahuas won in walk-off fashion while the Missions jumped out early and held on. The Storm socked
Powered by a few key prospects, the Storm offense was clicking on all cylinders Monday night.
Michael Kelly, Eric Lauer and Logan Allen all made their first starts at new levels to varying degrees of succes, while the showdown of the Padres in the AZL led to some mixed results.
Rain, struggling offense, and two blowouts in Peoria made it a long night for a Padres system that only got a victory from the Storm.
Some big offensive numbers last night and Nick Buss and Brad Zunica had a big June.
TinCaps' manager Anthony Contreras on Fernando Tatis, Jr., Hudson Potts, Jack Suwinski, Logan Allen, Jerry Keel and what its like to manage such a young team.
The San Antonio Missions returned from the all-star break and picked up right where they left off -- with a victory. The TinCaps also found the win column, while El Paso, Lake Elsinore lost at home. Tri-City and the AZL Padres 2 were both shut out in
Jacob Nix threw the best game of his career in a complete game shutout. Fellow top prospect Adrian Morejon also looked considerably better on the mound for the Dust Devils. The Storm and TinCaps took the only victories on the night.
It was almost a perfect night on the farm with every team winning except for the AZL Padres 2 team that blew a seven-run lead. Top Cuban prospects Michael Baez and Ronald Bolanos both dominated on the mound while two prospects were just a hit shy of
The Missions reached the all-star break and wont play until Thursday but there was still plenty to watch down on the farm. El Paso and the Storm lost at home, while Reggie Lawson pitched Fort Wayne to another home victory. Tri-City won in dramatic fa
Strong starting pitching leads to wins at San Antonio, Elsinore and both ends of a TinCaps double-header, while the short-season clubs lose in their final frames.
Former Illinois prep star finding his footing as a pro.
While the AZL-2 club got underway with a victory in Phoenix, the Chihuahuas and Lake Elsinore were playing plenty of extra innings.
The only team that is victorious is tihe Dust Devils, which has now won eight of nine to start the season.
The second half of the season is upon us and the TinCaps and Storm were back in action Thursday. 2/5 of the Padres rotation were rehabbing as Jered Weaver pitched for El Paso and Trevor Cahill toed the slab for the Storm. The Missions continued their
System sweep on a very quiet day on the diamond. Michael Kelly and Emmanuel Ramirez both twirl gems to lead their teams to victories.
Tri-City should be the showcase for the Padres offseason international signings led by Adrian Morejon and Luis Almanazar.
Manny Margot and Hector Sanchez continue their rehab with El Paso. Brett Kennedy and Jim McDade combine to allow one run over 13 innings while striking out 16. Eric Lauer, Josh Naylor and Jorge Ona all make the start in their All-Star Games
Jim Callis has been working as a baseball reporter/analyst since 1988, when he graduated from the University of Georgia and began with Baseball America.
We have officially reached the halfway point of the minor league season and several All-Star games will take place tomorrow. While the Cal League and the Midwest League are on a brief hiatus, three teams in the Padres system played Monday night. El P
Strong, balanced offense throughout the system and a collection of pitchers who stepped up in relief lead to a system-wide sweep as three of the four full-season affiliates wrapped up for the All-Star break.
Adrian Morejon gets underway with the Dust Devils, while a trio of pitchers who've been producing all year take the mound higher up in the system.