The right-hander is working out some of the kinks, as his fastball didn't move as much as he had hoped.
"A few of the guys got good wood when my pitches stayed flat," Jamison said. "My changeup felt good, though."
Tom King got a crack at Culp and laced a liner down the right field line, waiting on a tough breaking ball, to collect what would have amounted to a solid double.
"I felt better in the bullpen, actually," Culp said. "I felt good on the mound – and that is important at this stage and feeling healthy and not worrying about the results."
Pitching coach Tom Bradley was excited about Culp's outing.
"Your curveball had better tilt now than it did when we were together," Bradley said to Culp.
"I felt a lot better today than two days ago," Lynch said. "The changeup is a work in progress but it is getting there. The velocity was there."
Lynch struggled down the stretch last season, but the Padres remain excited about his arm and potential.
"He was locked in," Woodard said. "My stuff didn't feel as crisp as it did last time out."
Woodard was impressive during a late season stint with Lake Elsinore, posting a 2.43 ERA in 15 games.
The right-hander had nice life on the fastball and the changeup was coming in 25 mph less. A few dinks made it to the outfield but nothing solid.
"I am really focused on getting that fastball on the outer half and getting the curveball down," Breit said.
Carvajal took one Breit pitch to the house.
"I left a fastball over the plate and he is a good fastball hitter. He got into it pretty good."
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