MacKenzie Gore: Padres 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Baseball's best pitching prospect, Gore stands above the rest in a loaded Padres' farm system.
Andres Muñoz Now Brings More Than Heat
Muñoz quickly set a franchise velocity record, but the Padres are more interested in developing his secondary pitch.
Padres Project Big Things For CJ Abrams
The Padres went back to the shortstop well when they drafted super-athletic high school shortstop Abrams sixth overall.
Logan Allen Adjusts, But Not Seamlessly
The southpaw had to adjust to life with the new Triple-A ball and its smaller, lower-profile seams.
Nick Margevicius Steps Forward In Pro Ball
Not much of a prospect in college, Margevicius has surged in pro ball thanks to the vast resources at his disposal.
Hudson Potts Will See Time At Second Base
The Padres love Potts' power. Now they want to enhance his versatility to see if he can complementManny Machado and Eric Hosmer in San Diego.
Ty France Looks To Break Through In Crowded Lineup
Despite the free-agent signings of Eric Hosmer and Manny Machado, France is hopeful to carve out a role for the Padres in 2019.
Logan Allen Knocking On Padres' Door
After finishing 2018 in Triple-A, the 21-year-old Allen could be one of the first Padres pitching prospects called up this season.
Chris Paddack Is Driven To Succeed
The 23-year-old righthander spent time in the offseason in San Diego as he anticipates obstacles he will encounter in the major leagues.
MacKenzie Gore Learns From Trying Season
The No. 3 overall pick in 2017 endured a full-season debut interrupted by blister and fingernail problems on his pitching hand.