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Pitcher Eric Yardley at the Arizona Fall League

Over the last couple of years, the Padres have acquired several pitchers who weren’t drafted by a major league club but instead signed with independent clubs with the hope that a regional scout might see him and sign him to

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Posted in Arizona Fall League, On the Farm

Otter on a Mission – A Conversation with Bryce Morrow

Almost every kid that plays baseball grows up dreaming that one day, he’ll become a major league player.  The odds are against them from the beginning.  “Of every 50 players drafted by a team each season, you’re lucky 1or 2

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Posted in Lake Elsinore Storm, On the Farm, San Antonio Missions

Padres Free Agency Activity

July 29, 2013 by Rebecca Herman   While it may seem that the Padres have been relatively “quiet” during the July Free Agency frenzy, they have been acquiring (and re-signing) pitchers left and right … seven thus far … increasing depth

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Posted in Arizona Fall League, Eugene Emeralds, Just the Facts, Lake Elsinore Storm, San Antonio Missions, Transactions, Tucson Padres

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