Padres Prospect Franchy Cordero

06/08/16 / Padres360.com / @Padres360
By Wayne McBrayer & Rebecca Herman from Lake Elsinore
Wayne McBrayer with Franchy Cordero

Wayne McBrayer with Franchy Cordero at Lake Elsinore Storm

Since 2012, Franchy Cordero has steadily grown as a hitter in the Padres organization.  This season at Lake Elsinore, he has been hitting out of the 3 spot and been a steady bat for the Storm all year.  He has also played very well in center field.

Cordero has seen action in 57 games with 232 at bats.  His BA is .276, OBP of .321, and SLG of .431.  In addition, he has 4 HRs and 9 SBs.

We had a minute to chat with him and ask a couple of questions.

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