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San Diego Padres Sat May 27 2017 16:58:34 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Franchy Cordero's athleticism and underlying abilities have always been easy to spot. But the newest member of the Padres outfield has turned a corner in deploying those tools on the field over the last year.
A year ago today, Dinelson Lamet was heading the Lake Elsinore Storm rotation. Thursday, he'll make his big league debut for the San Diego Padres. Here's a look at what you can expect from the hard-throwing righty.
Many fans and analysts expected the Los Angeles Chargers to select a quarterback in the recent NFL draft, but the team chose not to go that route. Instead, the Chargers will move forward with Philip Rivers at quarterback and not much behind him. On o
El Paso's bullpen blows up, the Missions are shut down but the good news is in Lake Elsinore.
The Padres first round pick in the 2016 draft has not disappointed, but if you are in the San Diego area - get to Lake Elsinore fast. He may not be around much longer.
There were a plethora of zeroes thrown up in the system Thursday night, as a mix of solid pitching and poor hitting ruled the evening. El Paso won in a high-scoring affair, while the Missions rode their fantastic starting pitching to another victory.
Mason Thompson makes his 2017 debut, while Adrian De Horta and Franmil Reyes lead San Antonio to a comeback win. The system went 2-2 with wins by El Paso and San Antonio, and loses by Lake Elsinore and Fort Wayne.
The offense shined in blowout performances by El Paso and Lake Elsinore. Fort Wayne and San Antonio saw pitchers duels both lead to extra innings and 2-1 final scores.
Hudson Potts picks up where he left off.
Monday was a dreary day in the Padres system as all four teams found the loss column. However, there were still several noteworthy news items throughout the system to get caught up on. El Paso and San Antonio both dropped very early day games, while
Fernando Tatis, Jr. may be the fastest rising prospect in the system and the one who excites Padres' fans the most.
The next step of the Padres' rebuild process is just over three weeks away. We talk with scouting director Mark Conner about the processes and systems in place as the team looks to add more talent to their highly-regarded minor league system.
One-run losses for El Paso and Lake Elsinore are tough - but look better compared to what happened to the Missions in Midland.
Jerry Keel ends the losing streak with a career best 11 strikeouts.
For several years, the Padres have talked about the idea of "waves of talent" hitting the big league club. While Dinelson Lamet made his big league debut this week, plenty of other key pitching prospects are also on the move... with more to come.
Michael Kelly extends his scoreless innings streak to lead the Missions to victory.
The TinCaps bats again fall asleep.
The El Paso Chihuahuas fell behind big in the first inning and rallied to pummel Oklahoma City at home. The Missions dropped their second straight and the Storm won after a ninth inning rally. The TinCaps lost at home, with John in attendance.
Hansel Rodriguez has one of his best nights, but the TinCaps bats turn cold.
TinCaps game suspended with Fort Wayne trailing 17-8.
The Chihuahuas got back into the win column Thursday, defeating Colorado Springs at home. The Missions couldnt get the win in Kyle Lloyds first start since his no-hitter Saturday. The Storm got the win in a tightly contested pitchers duel while the T
Logan Allen and Brett Kennedy lead their teams to victories while the Storm faced AGon
Logan Allen and Brett Kennedy lead their teams to victories while the Storm faced a rehabbing Adrian Gonzalez.
Once again, Luis Urias is one of the best hitters in the league despite being younger than everyone else.
The TinCaps young guns once again heat up to demolish Lansing as Logan Allen and Enyel De Los Santos both had strong starts
The El Paso Chihuahuas returned home Monday night and erupted for ten runs in a win over the Brewers Triple-A affiliate. San Antonio got more superb pitching in a win at home, while the Storm fell short to end their homestand. Fort Wayne had one of t
The Padres catching prospect talks about his approach at the plate and the strides he is making to become a better defensive catcher.
The Missions moved into first place in the Texas League after a marathon win, while the Storm moved over .500 with a victory.
Kyle Lloyd deals up the system's first no-hitter in almost three years
Nick Torres on the differences between hitting in Triple-A as opposed to Double-A and life with a new sheriff in town.
Lauer deals, Naylor returns from the disabled list as the Storm top the Nuts.
A very big night for Franchy Cordero but the Missions winning streak comes to an end. Fort Wayne gets down early, and stay down. David Jay was out in Lake Elsinore to catch Eric Lauer's start.
Long recognized for his elite athleticism, Michael Gettys turned that raw ability into production on the field last year.
Thursday was a productive night on the farm, as three of the four clubs in action came away with victories. Perhaps more importantly, many of the Padres top prospects had excellent performances. El Paso lost in Memphis but San Antonio continued their
Late inning heroics by Javier Guerra and Rod Boykin lead the system to a sweep on a quiet night.
Some quick notes from our recent trip to the Padres' Double-A affiliate in San Antonio.
Great pitching and a few clutch hits from unlikely sources led El Paso, San Antonio, and Lake Elsinore.
San Antonio Missions' manager Phillip Wellman on some of the Padres' top prospects in Double-A.
The El Paso Chihuahuas won their second straight Monday night, holding off a valiant comeback effort from Nashville. In the Texas League, the Missions continued their winning ways by scoring three in the ninth inning. The TinCaps lost on the road, de
The Lake Elsinore Storm rotation has been a popular topic amongst the media and the core fanbase that is eagerly awaiting homegrown talent to round out the rotation of a winning Padres club.
Dinelson Lamet and Jarred Cosart teamed up to pitch the Chihuahuas to victory and Kyle Lloyd followed suit for San Antonio, but the Single-A clubs both struggled for a split decision on Sunday.
El Paso coudln't hang on to win on Saturday, but the other three affiliates all picked up the victory.
The upper levels have a few pitchers that might be in San Diego by the second half; one of them could be San Antonio's Michael Kelly.
El Paso's offense is shut down but San Antonio finds a way to win again. Fort Wayne gets hammered and although Eric Lauer didn't get his second professional win, he twirled a beauty.
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