San Diego Padres minor league players

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Below are select minor league players of the San Diego Padres organization and the rosters of their minor league affiliates:

Logan Allen[edit]

Logan Allen
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1997-05-23) May 23, 1997 (age 21)
Palm Beach, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Left

Logan Shane Allen (born May 23, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Allen was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the eighth round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft out of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.[1][2] He signed with the Red Sox and spent the majority of his first professional season with the Gulf Coast Red Sox, pitching to a 0.90 ERA in twenty innings, along with pitching one game for the Lowell Spinners in which he gave up one earned run in 4.1 innings.

On November 13, 2015, Allen along with Manuel Margot, Javier Guerra and Carlos Asuaje were traded to the San Diego Padres for Craig Kimbrel.[3][4] The Padres assigned him to the Fort Wayne TinCaps,[5] where he spent the whole season, posting a 3-4 record and 3.33 ERA in only 15 games (11 starts) due to spending time on the disabled list with an injury. He spent 2017 with both Fort Wayne and the Lake Elsinore Storm, pitching to a combined 7-9 record and 2.95 ERA with 142 strikeouts in 125 total innings pitched (24 games, with 23 being starts) between both teams, and 2018 with the San Antonio Missions and the El Paso Chihuahuas, going 14-6 with a 2.54 ERA in 25 games (24 starts) and was named Texas League Pitcher of the Year.[6] He returned to El Paso to begin 2019.[7]

Michel Báez[edit]

Michel Báez
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1996-01-21) January 21, 1996 (age 23)
La Habana, Cuba
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Michel Báez Cruz (born January 21, 1996) is a Cuban professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Báez played for the Vegueros de Pinar del Río and the Huracanes de Mayabeque of the Cuban National Series in 2014/2015. He signed with the San Diego Padres as an international free agent in December 2016 for $3 million.[8][9]

Báez made his professional debut in 2017 with the Arizona League Padres, and after one start where he gave up two runs and struck out seven in five innings, was promoted to the Fort Wayne TinCaps where he finished the season, starting ten games, compiling a 6-2 record and 2.45 ERA with 82 strikeouts in 58.2 innings pitched.[10][11][12]

Following the 2017 season, Báez was rated as the Midwest League's No. 4 prospect according to Baseball America. He also earned Honorable Mention Starting Pitcher honors on the 2017 Yahoo Sports All-Minor League Team. Baez was ranked as the Padres' No. 7 prospect according to MLB.com prior to the 2018 season.[13] He spent the 2018 season with both the Lake Elsinore Storm and the San Antonio Missions, going 4-10 with a 3.69 ERA in 21 total starts between both teams.[14]

Báez began 2019 with the Amarillo Sod Poodles.[15]

Cole Bellinger[edit]

Cole Bellinger
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1999-10-12) October 12, 1999 (age 19)
Chandler, Arizona
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Cole Bellinger (born October 12, 1999) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Bellinger attended Hamilton High School in Chandler, Arizona. As a senior, he posted a 2.06 ERA in nine starts and was the winning pitcher in the state championship game.[17] He also was the winning pitcher in their state championship game in 2016, when he was a junior.[18] Bellinger committed to play college baseball at Grand Canyon University. However, the San Diego Padres drafted him in the 15th round of the 2017 MLB Draft, and he chose to sign with the Padres for $350,000[19] rather than attend college.[20]

After signing, Bellinger was assigned to the AZL Padres, where he spent all of 2017, posting a 0.68 ERA with 15 strikeouts in 13.1 innings pitched.In 2018, he played for the Tri-City Dust Devils, going 1-6 with a 5.43 ERA in 13 games (12 starts).[21]

Bellinger's father, Clay, played in Major League Baseball from 1999-2002 for the New York Yankees and Anaheim Angels, and his brother, Cody, currently plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers.[22]

Luis Campusano[edit]

Luis Campusano
San Diego Padres
Catcher
Born: (1998-09-29) September 29, 1998 (age 20)
Augusta, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Luis Genaro Campusano (born September 29, 1998) is an American professional baseball catcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Campusano graduated from Cross Creek High School in Augusta, Georgia. He was primarily a first baseman, and did not begin catching until his junior year.[23] As a junior, he batted .493 with six home runs and 33 RBIs.[24] As a senior, he batted .622 with six home runs.[25] He had committed to play college baseball for the Missouri Tigers, but he decommitted and then committed to play for the South Carolina Gamecocks during his senior year.[26] The San Diego Padres drafted Campusano in the second round (39th overall) of the 2017 MLB draft,[27] and he signed for $1.3 million,[28] forgoing his commitment to South Carolina.

After signing, Campusano made his professional debut with the AZL Padres. He spent the whole season there, batting .269 with four home runs and 25 RBIs in 37 games.[29] He spent 2018 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps where he slashed .288/.345/.365 with three home runs and forty RBIs in seventy games.[30] Campusano began 2019 with the Lake Elsinore Storm.[31]

Xavier Edwards[edit]

Xavier Edwards
San Diego Padres
Shortstop
Born: (1999-08-09) August 9, 1999 (age 19)
Coconut Creek, Florida
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Xavier Edwards (born August 9, 1999) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the San Diego Padres organization.

Edwards graduated from North Broward Preparatory School in Coconut Creek, Florida. As a senior, he batted .406 with 16 runs batted in, 24 stolen bases, and a .532 on-base percentage for the school's baseball team.[32] He committed to play college baseball at Vanderbilt University.[33]

The San Diego Padres selected Edwards with the 38th overall selection in the 2018 MLB draft[34][35] and signed for $2.6 million.[36] He made his professional debut with the AZL Padres and was promoted to the Tri-City Dust Devils in August. In 45 total games between the two teams, Edwards slashed .346/.453/.409 with 16 RBIs and 22 stolen bases.[37]

Edwards began 2019 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps.[38]

Michael Gettys[edit]

Michael Gettys
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (1995-10-22) October 22, 1995 (age 23)
Gainesville, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Michael Edward Gettys (born October 22, 1995) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Gettys attended Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Georgia. He was the Gainesville Times Player of the Year in 2012 and 2014.[39][40] He committed to play college baseball for the Georgia Bulldogs.[41] Gettys was at one point considered a potential first round pick in the 2014 Major League Baseball draft.[42] He was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the second round of the draft.[43] He made his professional debut with the Arizona League Padres and spent the whole season there, slashing .310/.353/.437 with three home runs and 38 RBIs in 52 games. He spent 2015 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps and batted .231 with six home runs and 44 RBIs in 122 games. In 2016, he played for both Fort Wayne and the Lake Elsinore Storm, posting a combined .305 batting average with 12 home runs, 60 RBIs, and 33 stolen bases in 128 total games between both clubs. Gettys returned to Lake Elsinore in 2017 where he batted .254 with 17 home runs, 51 RBIs, and 22 stolen bases in 116 games, and led all minor leaguers with 500 or more plate appearances with a strikeout percentage of 37.2%.[44][45] In 2018, he played for the San Antonio Missions where he hit .230 with 15 home runs, 53 RBIs, and 17 stolen bases in 125 games.[46]


Adrian Morejón[edit]

Adrian Morejón
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1999-02-27) February 27, 1999 (age 20)
Havana, Cuba [47]
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Adrian Morejón Garcia (born February 27, 1999) is a Cuban professional baseball pitcher.

Morejón played in the 2014 15U Baseball World Cup, and was named the tournament's most valuable player. He appeared in the Cuban National Series for Mayabeque that year. He defected from Cuba in October 2015.[48] He agreed to a contract with the San Diego Padres for $11 million in July 2016.[49] He made his professional debut in 2017, spending time with both the Tri-City Dust Devils and the Fort Wayne TinCaps, posting a combined 3-4 record with a 3.86 ERA in 13 starts between both clubs.[50] He spent 2018 with the Lake Elsinore Storm, going 4-4 with a 3.30 ERA in 13 starts.[51] He began 2019 with the Amarillo Sod Poodles.[52]

Andrés Muñoz[edit]

Andrés Muñoz
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1999-07-16) July 16, 1999 (age 19)
Los Mochis, Mexico
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Andrés Clemente Muñoz (born January 16, 1999) is a Mexican professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Muñoz signed with the San Diego Padres as an international free agent in July 2015. He made his professional debut in 2016 with the Arizona Padres of the Rookie-level Arizona League,[53] going 1–1 with a 5.49 ERA in 16 games, mostly in relief. In 2017, he played for the Tri-City Dust Devils of the Class A Short Season Northwest League and the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Class A Midwest League where he was 3–0 with a 3.81 ERA in 24 relief appearances between both teams. After the season, he played for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League, where he was the youngest player.[54]

Muñoz started 2018 with Tri-City and was promoted to the San Antonio Missions of the Double-A Texas League during the season.[55] In 24.2 relief innings pitched between the two teams, he was 2–1 with a 0.73 ERA.[56][57] He began the 2019 season with the Amarillo Sod Poodles of the Double-A Texas League,[58] going 0–1 with a 1.72 ERA and 32 strikeouts over 15.2 innings for them. On May 21, he was promoted to the El Paso Chihuahuas of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.[59]

Edward Olivares[edit]

Edward Olivares
San Diego Padres – No. 71
Outfielder
Born: (1996-03-06) March 6, 1996 (age 23)
Caracas, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Edward Olivares (born March 6, 1996) is a Venezuelan professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Olivares was signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as an international free agent on July 2, 2014.[60] He made his professional debut in 2014 with the DSL Blue Jays, hitting .314/.436/.414/.850 with 1 home run and 22 RBI.[60] He played for the Gulf Coast Blue Jays in 2015, hitting .198/.345/.362/.707 with 3 home runs and 10 RBI.[60] In 2016, he played just 15 game for the Bluefield Blue Jays, hitting .273/.339/.418/.757 with 1 home run and 6 RBI.[60] He split the 2017 season between the Lansing Lugnuts and the Dunedin Blue Jays, hitting a combined .269/.327/.468/.795 with 17 home runs and 72 RBI.[60]

On January 6, 2018, Olivares and Jared Carkuff were traded to the San Diego Padres in exchange for Yangervis Solarte.[61] He spent the 2018 season with the Lake Elsinore Storm, hitting .277/.321/.429/.750 with 12 home runs and 62 RBI.[60]

The Padres added him to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[62] He opened the 2019 season with the Amarillo Sod Poodles.[60]

Jorge Oña[edit]

Jorge Oña
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (1996-12-31) December 31, 1996 (age 22)
Havana, Cuba
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jorge Luis Oña Ugarte (born December 31, 1996) is a Cuban professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

At the COPABE 18U Pan American Championships 2014, Oña hit .636 with four home runs.[63] In July 2015 he defected from Cuba to pursue a Major League Baseball career in the United States.[64]

Oña signed with the San Diego Padres on July 21, 2016.[65] He began his professional career in 2017 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Class A Midwest League[66] and spent the whole season there, posting a .277 batting average with 11 home runs and 64 RBIs in 107 games. In 2018, he played for the Lake Elsinore Storm where he batted .239 with eight home runs and 44 RBIs in 100 games.[67]

Luis Patiño[edit]

Luis Patiño
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1999-10-26) October 26, 1999 (age 19)
Barranquilla, Colombia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Luis Fernando Patiño (born October 26, 1999) is a Colombian professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Patiño signed with the San Diego Padres as an international free agent on July 2, 2016.[68] He spent his first professional season in 2017 with the Dominican Summer League Padres and Arizona League Padres, going 4-2 with a 2.25 ERA in 13 games (12 starts) between the two clubs.

Patiño played 2018 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps[69][70] where he pitched to a 6-3 record, a 2.16 ERA, and a 1.07 WHIP in 17 starts.[71]

Hudson Potts[edit]

Hudson Potts
San Diego Padres
Third baseman / Shortstop
Born: (1998-10-28) October 28, 1998 (age 20)
Southlake, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Hudson James Potts ( Sanchez) (born October 28, 1998) is an American baseball shortstop in the San Diego Padres organization.[72]

Potts was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft[73] out of Carroll Senior High School. He had committed to play college baseball for the Texas A&M Aggies,[74] but chose to sign with the Padres.

After signing, Potts spent 2016 with both the AZL Padres and the Tri-City Dust Devils, posting a combined .280 batting average with one home run and 27 RBIs in 59 games between both teams. He spent 2017 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps where he batted .253 with 20 home runs, 69 RBIs, and a .731 OPS in 125 games, and 2018 with the Lake Elsinore Storm and the San Antonio Missions, slashing .260/.335/.455 with 19 home runs and 63 RBIs in 128 games between the two teams.[75] He began 2019 with the Amarillo Sod Poodles.[76]

Buddy Reed[edit]

Buddy Reed
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (1995-04-27) April 27, 1995 (age 24)
The Bronx, New York
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Michael Elliott Reed (born April 27, 1995) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the San Diego Padres.

Reed attended St. George's School in Middletown, Rhode Island. He played baseball, hockey and soccer. Reed was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 13th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft, but did not sign and attended the University of Florida where he played college baseball for the Florida Gators.[77]

As a freshman at Florida in 2014, Reed started 51 of 60 games, hitting .244 over 172 at-bats.[78] After a 1-14 start his sophomore year in 2015, he started wearing glasses on the field.[79] That year he started 69 of 70 games and hit .305/.367/.433 with four home runs, 47 runs batted in (RBI) and 18 stolen bases. After the season, he played for the United States collegiate national team during the summer.[80] In 2015, he batted .305 with four home runs and 47 RBIs. As a junior in 2016, he batted .262 with four home runs, 32 RBIs and 24 stolen bases.

After his junior year, Reed was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the second round of the 2016 MLB draft. He signed and was assigned to the Tri-City Dust Devils, where he spent all of his first professional season, batting .254 with 13 RBIs and 15 stolen bases in 51 games. In 2017, he played for the Fort Wayne TinCaps where he posted a .234 batting average with six home runs and 35 RBIs in 88 games, and in 2018, he played with both the Lake Elsinore Storm and the San Antonio Missions, slashing .271/.319/.435 with 13 home runs, 62 RBIs, and 51 stolen bases in 122 games between both teams.[81] He began 2019 with the Amarillo Sod Poodles.[82]

Jacob Scavuzzo[edit]

Jacob Scavuzzo
Scavuzzo.jpg
Jacob Scavuzzo with the AA Tulsa Drillers
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (1994-01-15) January 15, 1994 (age 25)
Orange, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jacob L. Scavuzzo (born January 15, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Scavuzzo was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 21st round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft out of Villa Park High School in Villa Park, California.[83] He made his professional debut with the Arizona League Dodgers. He played 2013 with the Ogden Raptors, 2014 with Ogden and the Great Lakes Loons and 2015 with Great Lakes and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.[84] After the 2015 season he played in the Arizona Fall League, where he won the Bowman Hitting Challenge.[85] To start the 2016 season, he was promoted to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League[86] where he was selected to the mid-season all-star game.[87] In 112 games, he hit .266 with 10 homers and 39 RBI.[88] The following season, he played in 72 games for Tulsa and hit .237 with 16 homers and 52 RBI.[88] In 2018 he was selected to the post-season Texas League All-Star team.[89] He elected free agency on November 2, 2018.

On November 23, 2018, Scavuzzo signed a minor-league contract with the San Diego Padres.[90] He began 2019 with the El Paso Chihuahuas.[91]

Jason Vosler[edit]

Jason Vosler
San Diego Padres
Third baseman
Born: (1993-09-06) September 6, 1993 (age 25)
West Nyack, New York
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Jason Vosler (born September 6, 1993) is an American professional baseball third baseman in the San Diego Padres organization.

Vosler attended Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey, New Jersey and played college baseball at Northeastern University. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 16th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft,[92] and signed. He made his professional debut that year with the Boise Hawks, batting .266 with one home run and 11 RBIs in thirty games.

Vosler played for the South Bend Cubs and Myrtle Beach Pelicans in 2015 where hit a combined .238 with ten home runs and forty RBIs in 107 games, Myrtle Beach and Tennessee Smokies in 2016 where he slashed .254/.323/.359 with three home runs and 51 RBIs in 119 games, and returned to Tennessee in 2017,[93] After the 2017 season, he played in the Arizona Fall League.[94][95] batting .241 with 21 home runs and 81 RBIs in 129 games. Vosler played 2018 with Tennessee and the Iowa Cubs[96] where he hit .251 with 23 home runs and 93 RBIs in 129 games.[97]

After the 2018 season, the Cubs traded Vosler to the San Diego Padres for Rowan Wick.[98] He began 2019 with the El Paso Chihuahuas.[99]

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Triple-A[edit]

El Paso Chihuahuas roster
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Double-A[edit]

Amarillo Sod Poodles roster
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Catchers

Infielders

  • 13 Chris Baker
  •  2 Ivan Castillo
  • 14 Owen Miller
  •  3 Kyle Overstreet
  • 10 Hudson Potts
  • 41 Brad Zunica

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • 4 Freddy Flores (fielding)
  • 45 Jimmy Jones (pitching)
  • 23 Raul Padron (hitting)


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Class A-Advanced[edit]

Lake Elsinore Storm roster
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Pitchers

  • 30 Elliot Ashbeck
  • 16 Ronald Bolanos
  • 17 Caleb Boushley
  • 10 Tom Cosgrove Injury icon 2.svg
  • 19 Jean Cosme
  • 32 MacKenzie Gore
  • 50 Jordan Guerrero
  • 28 Aaron Leasher
  • 29 Trevor Megill
  • 15 Evan Miller
  • 26 Luis Patiño
  • 18 Hansel Rodriguez
  • 25 Fred Schlichtholz
  • 34 Mason Thompson Injury icon 2.svg
  • 24 Steven Wilson

Catchers

Infielders

  • 13 Gabriel Arias
  • 21 Allen Cordoba
  • 51 Javy Guerra * †
  • 17 Kelvin Melean Injury icon 2.svg
  •  1 Eguy Rosario
  • 12 Esteury Ruiz
  •  2 Jalen Washington

Outfielders

  •  9 Olivier Basabe
  •  5 Nate Easley
  • 23 Tirso Ornelas
  •  3 Robbie Podorsky
  •  6 Jeisson Rosario
  • 14 Jack Suwinski


Manager

Coaches

  •  8 Doug Banks (hitting)
  • 20 Felipe Blanco (fielding)
  • 44 Pete Zamora (pitching)


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Class A[edit]

Fort Wayne TinCaps roster
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Pitchers

  • 36 Angel Acevedo
  • 27 Carlos Belen
  • 22 Joey Cantillo
  • 23 Efrain Contreras
  • 17 Henry Henry
  • 24 Sam Keating
  • 28 Nick Kuzia
  • 13 Adrian Martinez
  •  8 Gabe Mosser
  • 30 Ramon Perez
  • 21 Jose Quezada
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  • 33 Austin Smith
  • 25 Ryan Weathers

Catchers

  • 37 Juan Fernandez
  • 12 Blake Hunt

Infielders

  •  3 Luis Almanzar
  •  9 Xavier Edwards
  • 16 Nick Feight
  • 14 Justin Lopez
  • 15 Tucupita Marcano
  •  4 Lee Solomon

Outfielders

  •  2 Jawuan Harris
  •  1 Grant Little
  • 20 Agustin Ruiz
  • 11 Dwanya Williams-Sutton


Manager

  • 10 Anthony Contreras

Coaches

  •  7 Jhonny Carvajal (fielding)
  •  5 Jon Mathews (hitting)
  • 29 Matt Williams (pitching)


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Short A[edit]

Tri-City Dust Devils roster
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Pitchers

  •  8 Cole Bellinger
  • -- Dylan Coleman
  • -- Tom Colletti
  • 13 Omar Cruz
  • 26 Jeferson Garcia
  • 49 Manny Guzman
  • -- Chris Huffman
  • -- Deivy Mendez
  • -- Trent Shelton
  • 50 Wen-Hua Sung
  • -- Alfonzo Urosa
  • -- Mark Zimmerman

Catchers

  • 18 Jose Lezama
  • 32 Alison Quintero

Infielders

  •  1 Kelvin Alarcon
  • 10 Luke Becker
  • -- Nick Gatewood

Outfielders

  •  3 Tyler Benson
  •  4 Tre Carter
  • -- Michael Curry
  • -- Connor Panas
  •  9 Angel Solarte


Manager

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Rookie[edit]

Arizona League Padres 1 roster
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Pitchers

  • 18 Luarbert Arias
  • -- Manuel Avila
  • 38 Edwuin Bencomo
  • 44 Martin Carrasco
  • 57 Starlin Cordero
  • -- Cullen Dana
  • -- Dominic DiSabatino
  • -- Ignacio Feliz
  • 11 Omar Fernandez
  • -- Jesus Gonzalez
  • -- Jairo Iriarte
  • -- Reiss Knehr
  • -- Alejandro Lugo
  • 17 Moises Lugo
  • -- Tyler Mortensen
  • -- Rodrigo Rosario
  • -- Jessel Soto
  • 47 Nick Thwaits
  • 29 Alexuan Vega

Catchers

  • -- Alex Ramirez
  • -- Luis Roman
  • -- Wilfredo Tovar
  •  2 Gilberto Vizcarra

Infielders

  • -- Neifi Antunez
  • -- Nerwilian Cedeno
  • -- Victor Duarte
  • -- Ruddy Giron
  • -- Emmanuel Guerra
  •  1 Reinaldo Ilarraza
  • 27 Yerry Landinez
  • 25 Carlos Luis
  • -- Yeison Santana

Outfielders

  • -- Aldemar Burgos
  • -- Cristian Heredia
  • -- Junior Perez
  • -- Carlos Vergara
  • 45 Jaquez Williams


Manager

  • 21 Vinny Lopez

Coaches


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Arizona League Padres 2 roster
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Pitchers

  • -- Jonathan Alcantara
  • -- Eudi Asencio
  • -- Luis Crisostomo
  • -- Jonfy Diaz
  • 11 Luis Eusebio
  • 20 Mason Fox
  • -- Jose Garcia
  • -- Jose Geraldo
  • -- Carlos Guarate
  • -- Oliber Guzman
  • 24 Frank Lopez
  • -- Edgar Martinez
  • 36 Seth Mayberry
  • 26 Michell Miliano
  • 41 Felix Minjarez
  • 16 Gabriel Morales
  • -- Duilio Ochoa
  • -- Enrique Page
  • -- Manuel Partida
  • -- Anderson Polanco
  • -- Miguel Rondon
  • -- Erik Sabrowski
  • -- Jake Sims
  • 54 Noel Vela

Catchers

  • -- Michael Cantu
  • -- Chandler Seagle
  • -- Brandon Valenzuela

Infielders

  • 55 Jordy Barley
  •  9 Jarryd Dale
  • 10 Sean Guilbe
  • 17 Jonny Homza
  • -- Luis Paez
  • 39 Jason Pineda
  • -- Ethan Skender
  • 23 Michael Suarez

Outfielders

  •  5 Yordi Francisco
  • 33 Mason House
  • 50 Payton Smith


Manager

  • 56 Aaron Levin

Coaches


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Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Padres roster
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Pitchers

  • -- Ramiro Batista
  • 18 Alfredo Castaneda
  • 34 Jesus Cisneros
  • 45 Jorge Leo
  • -- Jesus Lugo
  • -- Dwayne Matos
  • 41 Alan Mundo
  • 23 Nick Rios
  • 21 Mauricio Rodriguez
  • -- Fernando Sanchez
  • 33 Heriberto Sosa ‡

Catchers

  • 11 Andelson Arias
  • 47 Matias Polanco

Infielders

  • -- Euribiel Angeles
  • -- Charlis Aquino
  •  3 Julio De La Cruz
  • -- Josttin Diaz
  • 13 Vladimir Echavarria
  • 10 Juan Garcia
  • 27 Victor Nova
  • -- Willmert Paula
  •  4 Bryan Torres

Outfielders

  • 12 Adrian Antunez
  • 32 Carlos Batista
  • -- Reginald Dowston
  • -- Albert Fabian
  • -- Eduard Hidalgo
  •  9 Yanger Morales
  • -- Eddyson Moreno
  • -- Axcel Peralta
  • -- Emmanuel Rodriguez
  • -- Edwin Rojas
  • -- Jose Velez


Manager

  • -- Miguel Del Castillo

Coaches

  • -- Nelson Cruz (pitching)
  • -- Yunir Garcia (hitting)
  • -- Jhonaldo Pozo (coach)


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