Found October 28, 2011 on
Winter Ball is in full swing and we are doing our best to keep you in the loop with our daily winter ball round-up of Padres players. No need waste hours trying to find box scores of all the winter league games when we do it for you. Enjoy!
The Padres have sent some young studs to the prospect heavy Arizona Fall League in 2011. The Padres players will be playing on the Peoria Javelinas (a pig). Check back daily for updates on the Padres future stars.
Padres on the Peoria Javelinas:
Peoria 7 -Phoenix 5 (11)
Anthony Bass - DNP
Jeff Ibarra - DNP
Miles Mikolas - 1IP, 2H, 2R, 1ER, 2K, HRA
Nick Schmidt - DNP
Jason Hagerty -2-5 R, RBI (6), K
Jedd Gyorko - DNP
Jaff Decker - 1-4 2R, double, BB, K
Dominican Winter Ball results
Anthony Rizzo (Toros) - DNP
Jeudy Valdez (Estrellas) - DNP
Jhonaldo Pozo (Licey) - DNP
Rymer Liriano (Licey) - DNP
Andy Parrino (Gigantes) - DNP
Cody Decker - INC
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