Rymer Liriano made his Triple-A debut as the Chihuahuas exploded for 16 runs against the River Cats. The Missions won by 1 run while the rest of the farm was unable to earn a victory.
Hitting Prospect of the Day: Alex Castellanos
Pitching Prospect of the Day: Jimmy Brasoban
El Paso Chihuahuas 16, Sacramento River Cats 7
Reymond Fuentes – CF: 2-6, 2B, K, 2 Runs scored
SAN ANTONIO, TX - Missing a full season recovering from Tommy John surgery is tough on any player, but for Padres' outfield prospect Rymer Liriano, 23, it was especially difficult.
"After I finished playing in the Arizona Fall League in 2012, I started to play in the Dominican Winter League too but San Diego said maybe I should take a break or a vacation," Liriano said...
Last January Baseball Prospectus rated Rymer Liriano as the number 2 prospect in the Padres system behind Austin Hedges. He was described as a player with all 5 tools and the potential to become a first division player.
Shortly after the BP ranking, Liriano tore his elbow while throwing, had Tommy John surgery, and consequently missed the 2013 season. It was a disappointing piece...
The Padres' future right fielder might be a year or two away from the majors. With 21-year-old prospect Rymer Liriano possibly ready to bid for the position in 2014, San Diego could stick with a right field platoon of Chris Denorfia and Will Venable in 2013. After a strong Arizona Fall League season, Liriano might rank second only to infielder Jedd Gyorko when it comes to...
San Diego Padres prospect Rymer Liriano checks in with FOX Sports NEXT's Inna Lazarev at the Arizona Fall League.
Rymer Liriano helps the Missions walk off with a win while extra-innings weren't so friendly to Eugene. The TinCaps and rookie league Padres both split doubleheaders while Tucson and Elsinore used big innings to carry the day.
San Antonio got a strong performance from Andrew Warner on the mound, but it was the offense from Rymer Liriano which bodes well from the victory. Elsinore went 14 innings to lose. Walker Weickel and Andrew Lockett each took the mound for Peoria, while it was the college bats who stood out for Eugene.
Matt Clark and Rymer Liriano had major bounced back in a big way in May. Lee Orr proved a lot of people wrong in Fort Wayne but May belonged to San Antonio's recently departed Music Man who took his act to Tucson.
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, we are now into the top 10, continuing with #7 Rymer Liriano