In the Season 2 finale of Padres and Pints we met up with Professor Parks of Baseball Prospectus at the amazing Southpaw Social Club. It was a fun night of debauchery.
In this episode we grill the Professor on players such as Austin Hedges and Max Fried, find out who he thinks was the biggest loss in the Chicago Cubs raid of the Padres front office, talk about the Perfect Game All...
Summary: The 2013 TinCaps were defined from the outset by the quartet of first-round draftees in their starting rotation. The clubs roster featured six teenagers at the start of the year, and their youth showed at times as they struggled for consistency during the year. The team posted a .623 winning percentage in the first half to clinch a spot in the playoffs, but limped through...
Max Fried had a great start as the TinCaps won 3-1. Led by Jeremy Baltz and Travis Jankowski, the Storm had an offensive explosion and blew out the Quakes 13-5. The Missions won 4-2 due to a good start from Donn Roach and 3 RBI from Rocky Gale.
Hitting Prospect of the Day: Jeremy Baltz
Pitching Prospect of the Day: Max Fried
Tucson Padres 0, Nashville Sounds 3
We caught up with 2012 first-round pick Max Fried after his start Thursday evening to get his thoughts on his first full year in the system. The 20-year-old lefty from Los Angeles has shown flashes of the ability that earned him recognition as the top lefty in the minors this offseason, but has struggled to find the consistency he’ll need as he advances through the system.
Max Fried bounces back in Fort Wayne with one of his best pitching performances of the year. In Lake Elsinore Jeremy Baltz has been red hot.
Jason parks of Baseball Prospectus released his Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Mid-Season Top 50 Prospects list today and in it we see movement from the following Padres properties:
Austin Hedges: From #19 to #13
Max Fried: From #61 to #47
That could have been the battery for UCLA in last night’s College World Series championship game. Sorry UCLA, I’m not sorry.
FORT WAYNE, IN- The Fort Wayne Tincaps (5-3) used some early offense and solid pitching to drop the Lake County Captains (1-6) to their sixth straight loss by a final score of 9-1 on Friday night.
The starting pitcher matchup featured two left-handed prospects from previous drafts. Max Fried (1-0, 1.00 ERA), the first round draft pick of the Padres in 2012, made his second start...
Ah, minor league baseball. Another season began last week and thousands continued their journeys towards a potential major league career. Today, we discuss the debuts of several high profile National League pitching prospects and then unlikely story of Tommy John survivor attempting to overcome a three year layoff. Of course, .gifs are included for you viewing pleasure.