Pascucci Trying To Get Back

BUFFALO, NY - Buffalo Bisons' first baseman Valentino Pascucci has been around. He's played in 11 minor league cities during his career, and Japan. Towards the end of last season, the Mets called him up based on his season in Buffalo, and now he's doing everything he can to get back there.
May 30, 2012

Padres Prospect Report: August 25, 2009

Val Pascucci has been on fire since joining the Beavers. Cory Luebke has a solid start but takes a loss. Brad Chalk notches four RBI to propel the Storm. Dexter Carter has another rough outing. Jorge Reyes debuts and Edinson Rincon leads the charge. Rymer Liriano and Cody Decker have been a deadly combination all year – Tuesday was no different.
August 25, 2009

Padres Prospects: July Players of the Month

The Lake Elsinore Storm led the system in team batting average, the Eugene Emeralds and AZL Padres led in runs scored, the Portland Beavers led in the homer category, and the AZL Padres led again in on-base percentage while the Fort Wayne TinCaps drew the most walks. But who won individual honors. John Conniff puts in the detective work.
August 2, 2009

Padres Prospect Report: July 25, 2009

Val Pascucci hits two homers to pace Portland. San Antonio repeats Friday, as Evan Scribner blows his second straight save. Brad Chalk scores the walk-off winner. Fort Wayne loses, as Allan Dykstra breaks out from a long slump. Vince Belnome and Edinson Rincon help Eugene to a win. John Hussey is shelled while Cody Decker racks up more RBI. Ariel Familia continues the hot hitting.
July 25, 2009

Padres Prospect Report: July 1, 2009

Tim Stauffer suffers the loss in Portland. The San Antonio pitchers do well at the All-Star game. Jeremy Hefner is money over seven and Sawyer Carroll continues to hit. Blake Tekotte reaches five times and Yefri Carvajal has the game-winner. Bo Davis has been an on-base machine. Jonathan Galvez is among the AZL leaderboard in a number of categories. Esteban Javier is drilled.
July 1, 2009

Padres Prospect Report: June 27, 2009

Will Inman is hammered again. Mike DeMark allows an earned run – the first since April 30. Manny Ramirez takes Nick Schmidt deep in a loss. Fort Wayne rolls behind Dan Robertson, Cole Figueroa and Erik Davis. Eugene gets help from Edinson Rincon, Vincent Belnome and Erik Davis. The DSL Padres lose, as Pedro Martinez scuffles.
June 27, 2009

Pascucci's Homer a Winner for 'Topes

Vince Pascucci's home run in the eighth gave Albuquerque a 2-1 win over Memphis. Chattanooga had the day off. Inland Empire collected 17 hits, including three home runs, and rolled over Lancaster 10-5. Trayvon Robinson, Scott Van Slyke and Jaime Ortiz homered as Inland Empire thumped Lancaster 10-5. Great Lakes was rained out and will play two, just as Ernie Banks would insist, tonight.
June 17, 2009

Pascucci Keeps Thumping

Outfielder Val Pascucci made an instant impact when he was signed out of the International League back in April as he added instant power production to the New Orleans lineup. Nearly two and a half months later, he is still putting up big offensive numbers as he looks to stay consistent, but keeping himself ready as a possible option whenever the big league club may need him.
July 22, 2008