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San Diego Padres Tue Jun 20 2017 23:43:55 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- 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.
Following weeks of increasing noise that they'd go in this direction, the Padres selected North Carolina high school lefty MacKenzie Gore at the top of the 2017 draft, then they focused on the other side of the battery with a pair of high school catc
Following weeks of increasing noise that they'd go in this direction, the Padres selected North Carolina high school lefty MacKenzie Gore at the top of the 2017 draft.
Following weeks of increasing noise that they'd go in this direction, the Padres selected North Carolina high school lefty MacKenzie Gore at the top of the 2017 draft, then they focused on the other side of the battery with a pair of high school catc
The San Diego Padres added more players to a loaded farm system on day two of the draft.
The Padres take some chances but mainly focus on organizational depth on the final draft day.
The early returns on the Padres' 2016 draft class are quite encouraging, but there's more room to grow as they head into their second year as professionals.
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis and Baseball America's John Manuel weigh in on the San Padres' draft day decision.
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.
Most of the attention went to the Padres draft Monday night, but three full-season teams were in action. San Antonio won again, to close in on a playoff berth. The Storm lost their series opener in Lancaster and the TinCaps found the loss column as w
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 diamon. Michael Kelly and Edwin 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
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
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.
Thursday was the busiest night on the farm this year as five stateside teams were in action. It was opening night in the Northwest League as the Dust Devils won their opener. El Paso and Lake Elsinore were winners but the big story was in San Antonio
Carlos Asuaje blasts a home run deep into the El Paso night as the Chihuahuas sneak by the Rainiers. Elsewhere, the Missions are a game away from clinching the first half title.
Kelly, Lucchesi and Lawson, oh my! That's a lot of strong pitching.
As it has been for much of the year, the story Saturday was once again strong pitching in the system as Brett Kennedy, Eric Lauer and Logan Allen all shined on the mound.
The best pitcher with the TinCaps this year.