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San Diego Padres Sun Jul 23 2017 06:43:21 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Pitching and defense carries the day for Tri-City.
Speaking at an awards dinner on Tuesday night, Los Angeles Chargers quarterback says the "only regret I have is not winning it all while we were here" in San Diego.
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.
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.
While the AZL-2 club got underway with a victory in Phoenix, the Chihuahuas and Lake Elsinore were playing plenty of extra innings.
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.
Michael Kelly leads the Missions to a much needed win, while Ruddy Giron delivers an RBI single in the ninth to lift the Storm past the Ports. Adrian De Horta pitched well in an extra inning loss for the TinCaps. Jabari Blash homers twice in a losing
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.
The Lake Elsinore Storm rotation continues to impress and is arguably the best story going in the system. The Storm rode Jacob Nixs gem to a victory. El Paso got a comeback win on the road while the Missions lost at home. Fort Wayne rode a big inning
While the Los Angeles Chargers (then playing in San Diego) struggled to the finish line last season, the Kansas City Chiefs were winning the AFC West division and priming themselves for a deep playoff run. How much of that was dictated by the momentu
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
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.
El Paso won again behind four homers, including two from Ryan Schimpf. The Missions got another great outing from a top pitching prospect. Lake Elsinore was pummeled on the road, while Tri-City and Fort Wayne won at home. Out in the desert, the AZL s
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
I know it may sound weird to some people asking if a team that went 5-11 and is relocating after over 50 years in a city will live up to hype. But that’s where the Los Angeles Chargers have positioned themselves. With a strong offseason and
Between the players the team drafted and those that were signed to undrafted free-agent deals, the Los Angeles Chargers have placed a strong emphasis on the secondary this offseason. Cornerback Ryan Reid wasn’t even on the roster initially,
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.
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.
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.
Three top pitching prospects took the mound, and all three struggled to find consistency. The system went winless for the first time in a long time, with the bottom two clubs combining for just two runs.
The upper levels both win behind great pitching and timely hitting from their outfielders. Franmil Reyes has a career day.
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.
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.
The Vikings will need to hire another assistant on offense as receivers coach George Stewart has reportedly accepted a new job with the Chargers after 10 seasons in Minnesota, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports. Stewart will be th
In my last article I analyzed how the Los Angeles Chargers stack up offensively in regards to the rest of the AFC West, and it turns out that they are very strong in that respect. How do the Chargers rank defensively? Let’s find out. Defens
Michael Kelly extends his scoreless innings streak to lead the Missions to victory.
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.
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 Los Angeles Chargers are cutting ties with their third starting offensive lineman from last season. The Chargers released left tackle King Dunlap and right guard D.J. Fluker in the beginning of the offseason. Now, left guard Orlando Franklin is g
The Padres catching prospect talks about his approach at the plate and the strides he is making to become a better defensive catcher.
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.
Late inning heroics by Javier Guerra and Rod Boykin lead the system to a sweep on a quiet night.
Great pitching and a few clutch hits from unlikely sources led El Paso, San Antonio, and Lake Elsinore.
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.
With a powerful speech calling for “Team America” to be a place for inclusion and opportunity, LaDainian Tomlinson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night, the Associated Press reports. “Footbal
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.
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.
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.
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
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.