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San Diego Padres Fri Jun 30 2017 07:04:16 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- 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
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.
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
The San Diego Padres added more players to a loaded farm system on day two of the draft.
With all the pitching movement on the farm last week, lefties Eric Lauer and Joey Lucchesi have remained in Lake Elsinore, Joey Fuego made the case to change that today.
Recapping a busy week on the farm for the San Diego Padres
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
Powered by a few key prospects, the Storm offense was clicking on all cylinders Monday night.