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We are proud to announce The San Diego Padres Top 30 Prospects for 2012. Peter Friberg has been studying minor league and amateur baseball players for nearly 10 years and has been writing about Padres minor leaguers for approximately eight. Peter has compiled his top 30 prospects in the Padres system for 2012 and this is our third installment featuring prospects 16-20
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2011 San Diego Padres Top 30 Prospects 16. Jonathan Galvez, SS, 6’2” 175, Born: Jan. 18, 1991
Galvez is a hitter. He came up as a shortstop but after several years of that failed experiment, the Padres moved Galvez to 2B full time in 2011. He doesn’t have Spangenberg’s elite speed or his upper-tier strike zone judgment, but he does have a lot more power potential and is roughly the same age. It is easy to imagine Galvez rather than Spangenberg holding down the keystone for the Padres.
A+ (Cal. Lg.): .291/.355/.465 in 488 AB with 36 2B, 5 3B, 1...
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It's late on the East coast but it's not even 11:30pm in San Diego, so here's some Padres rumors for the Friars fans who are still awake:
The Padres have spoken with Francisco Rodriguez about replacing Heath Bell, according to Newsday's Ken Davidoff (on Twitter). Then again, Davidoff notes that they've spoken to "pretty much all the available closers...
#31 Robbie Erlin
San Diego Padres
Previous Rank: N/R
Erlin was the prize of the Mike Adams deal, and he is perhaps the most unique pitcher of the Top-50. While many of the elite arms on this list have blazing hot fastballs and need to come up some in terms of commanding pitches and developing useable third pitches, Erlin already has plus secondary offerings...
Wow, it has been a long time! My band Lexington Field has been pretty consuming these past months and that with the combination of one of the worst offensive Padres teams I have ever witnessed, I took a bit of a sabatical from blogging. For that I apologize, because SDPads1 and myself have definitely had alot to say, and hopefully I can channel that into blogging more about my...
Molly Knight of ESPN recently revealed that the Dodgers were “looking into” Padres third baseman Chase Headley.
In a surprising change from the rest of the players the Dodgers are interested in, this one actually makes sense, especially considering that Headley would basically be replacing Juan Uribe.
Chase Headley was a top prospect in the Padres system, ranking at ...
“Hot Stove, Warm Hearts” - Padres’ Fans Give Back During the Holidays
When:Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
Where: Tilted Kilt in downtown San Diego at 310 10th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
What: Padres fans are some of the most generous people I am privileged to know (you have to be if you’re absolutely loyal to this team, right?) and the holidays are the perfect time to spread...
Winter Meetings interview with Bud Black
It is being reported from multiple sources that the Padres have acquired Colorado Rockies closer Huston Street for a player to be named later. The Padres will be the third major league team for the 28 year old from Austin, Texas. While Street posted a 3.86 ERA in 2011, his ERA outside of Coors field was a 2.19 in 29.1 innings, while posting a 25/4 (K/BB) ratio. Street is in...
The first day of the winter meetings proved to be a busy one, for other teams that is. Some moves were made, but mostly it was all discussion. It will remain to be seen if any discussion from yesterday will lead to moves today. Here are your links for today:
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Padres, Heath Bell officially part ways - Padres.com
The Winter Meetings are moving along nicely, and just this morning it was reported that two starting pitchers have agreed to pitch in the NL West, Aaron Harang and Kevin Slowey. While neither has generated the buzz that C.J. Wilson or Mark Buehrle has — and I’m not suggesting they deserve that much buzz — these moves do have fantasy significance.
Aaron Harang Signs with the...
A ton of links today as we roll into the third day of the winter meetings. A lot of moves have been made among other clubs, especially out here in the west. The Dodgers signed 3 former Padres, and the Giants made a trade for Angel Pagan. So without further ado here are your links(disclaimer a lot of opinion pieces written before Street trade):
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The Padres have designated 27-year-old outfielder Jeremy Hermida for assignment, the club announced Wednesday.