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In 2009 the Fort Wayne TinCaps were one of the best teams in the minor leagues winning 100 games behind a prospect laden team featuring Jaff Decker, Blake Tekotte, Simon Castro, Anthony Bass and Brad Brach.
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We will be rolling out our post-2011 top 30 prospects very soon, but I wanted to at least send a tease. We have a great team of people that cover the Padres minor league teams on Friarhood.com and we all have different opinions on what propects rank where. Peter Friberg has written on the Padres minor leagues for eight seasons now and he will be rolling out his top 30 very...
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...
Rob Johnson's brief tenure with the Padres came to an end on Tuesday, as the catcher cleared outright waivers and elected to become a free agent.
Back in July, fans of the San Diego Padres gathered at Petco Park as they hoped to break the world record for the longest costumed dog parade as part of the organization’s annual Dog Days of Summer promotion, which allows fans to bring their pooches to the ballpark. Not only did they end up setting the world record, but they created a new sensation for dog owners across the country...
According to Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Athletics have claimed right handed pitcher Evan Scribner and outfielder Cedric Hunter off waivers from the San Diego Padres. She adds that right handed pitcher Michael Wuertz was released to make room on the 40-man roster.
Wuertz pitched only 33.2 innings this year for the Athletics and had a 6.68 ERA. Scribner...
General manager Jed Hoyer and assistant Jason McLeod are leaving the San Diego Padres to accept similar positions in the Chicago Cubs' front office.
Because Hoyer was still under contract, the Cubs have agreed to send the Padres a player to be named as compensation.
Both teams said Wednesday that they will hold news conferences after the World Series. The Padres will announce...
Not only did the Chicago Cubs smuggle Padres general manager Jed Hoyer out of San Diego, but they took his assistant with them as well.
Hoyer and his assistant Jason McLeod, who will become the new senior vice president of scouting and player development for the Cubs, have been planning on making their escape from the Padres ever since Hoyer's old pal Theo Epstein left the...
SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs jointly announced Wednesday that Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod will leave the Padres, effective immediately, to accept positions with the Cubs. The Cubs have agreed to send the Padres a player to be named later as compensation.
Both the Padres and the Cubs intend to hold news conferences after the World Series...
The Padres and Cubs announced Wednesdat that San Diego general manager Jed Hoyer and assistant GM Jason McLeod left to accept positions in Chicago, with Josh Byrnes taking over as the Padres' GM.
Josh Byrnes takes over as general manager of the Padres as Jed Hoyer leaves for the Cubs. The Diamondbacks went 349-378 while Byrnes was GM, 22nd in the majors.
Theo Epstein is building his base.
Though the Chicago Cubs' new president of baseball operations has kept mum about the future of Mike Quade, Epstein was blunt Tuesday about player development and scouting being keys to a North Side World Series.
In a statement issued Thursday, the Cubs and San Diego Padres jointly announced that Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod will leave the Padres...
The Cubs and Padres jointly announce today that Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod will leave the Padres, effective immediately, to accept positions with the Cubs, according to a press release.