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Padres Minors: A Brief Interview with Brand New Padres 1B Prospect Josh Naylor

The San Diego Padres are currently constructing a winning formula. The franchise has put a great emphasis on the future and with that the team has hoarded tons of talent in the last few months. It all started in the June Amateur Draft as the Padres had six of the top 85 picks and they selected very wisely. Cal Quantrill, Hudson Potts, Eric Lauer, Buddy Reed, Reggie Lawson and Mason…

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Padres Series Preview: Padres Take On Pirates at PNC Park

After wrapping up a series against the Phillies the San Diego Padres will now take on the other Pennsylvanian team the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Padres will start a nine-game road trip at PNC park this Tuesday. No series from this point on will be easy for the Padres, especially with the type of team they now have. The Pirates themselves aren’t too hot either and don’t look to be making…

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Padres Series Recap: Phillies Take Series Against Padres

The San Diego Padres lost two out of three games from the Philadelphia Phillies this weekend. This is the second series against the Phillies which the Padres have lost this season. Overall the Padres are 2-5 on the year against the Phillies. This really comes as a shock since both teams are quite even. Both teams are currently in a rebuilding process. Both also have some similar type of players….

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Brewer’s Banter: Is Travis Jankowski A Future Starter for the Padres?

The 2016 season hasn’t really been a memorable one on the field for the San Diego Padres. After losing two out of three to the rebuilding Philadelphia Phillies at home, the Padres now sit at 48-63 and in fourth place in the National League West. Given the volume of players the Padres traded in-season, including big names such as James Shields, Drew Pomeranz, Melvin Upton, Andrew Cashner, and Matt Kemp,…

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Padres Minors: Down on the Farm- Weekend Recap August 5th-7th

Friday Austin Hedges, C, Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas 3-4, 3 RBI Another night, another strong performance from Austin Hedges. While the catcher has cooled off significantly as of late, he is still showing he is very capable of providing offense to go along with his strong defense. With Derek Norris still in San Diego it seems unlikely Hedges will get big league time this year. However, a Norris trade this…

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Padres News: Arozarena an Option for Padres?

The San Diego Padres have gone off on spending on the international market. After Tuesday’s signing of Ronald Bolanos, the team has spent upwards of $65 million dollars on talent on the international market. Is that it? Is the team done spending millions on talent during this signing period? I think not. I already told you about Yanio Perez who the Padres are linked to. Take a look at that…

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Padres Series Preview:Padres Take On Phillies At Petco Park

The San Diego Padres will take on the Philadelphia Phillies in a three game set at Petco Park. After a season with highs and lows, excitement and disappointment, the Padres now have an identity. When the season started, fans were very confused as to what the plan was for this team. Well the 2016 trade deadline sure helped us figure out the identity of this team. The Padres are now…

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Padres News: The Curious Case of Carter Capps

Let us pretend Colin Rea and Luis Castillo were not even in the Padres-Marlins deal headlined by Andrew Cashner, because, when all was said and done, they weren’t. Even with those two players eliminated from the trade, the Padres still received a very nice haul for Andrew Cashner. The centerpiece of the trade was 2015 first-round pick Josh Naylor, whose ceiling is probably a 25+ HR first baseman. The 19-year-old…

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Viva Los Toros: Tijuana Toros Weekly Recap #12

Tijuana Toros weekly recap In this week the Tijuana Toros looked to continue their excellent performance under manager Pedro Mere. There were a couple of games early on though that prevented thoughts of this Toros team going deep into the playoffs. At Monclova Game 1: Falling behind in the standings The Tijuana Toros went to Monclova to face the Acereros just two games behind them in the North Zone standings….

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