Vince Lara-Cinisomo On Top Padres Prospects

Baseball America has released their list of the Padres’ top ten prospects today and the list has been augmented quite a bit through recent trades. Three of the players acquired from Boston in the Craig Kimbrel deal have cracked the top-ten. Here are the top-ten Padres’ prospects, according to Baseball America:
December 2, 2015

MadFriars’ Top 30 - Davey Edition

When my list came out at this time last year, the Padres had a system that included Joe Ross, Trea Turner, Max Fried and Matt Wisler, all of whom were in my Top 10.
November 29, 2015

MadFriars’ Top 30 - Conniff Edition

We start off with the first of our four Top 30 rankings on the top prospects in the San Diego Padres system for 2015. John Conniff will go first, followed by Ben Davey next week, then Kevin Charity with David Jay rounding out the rankings.
November 24, 2015

MadFriars: Sam Geaney on El Paso

We caught up with Sam Geaney, the Padres’ Director of Player Development for the final segment of our six part interview series on the top prospects in the system.
October 23, 2015

On The Beat: Felix Chavez

The El Paso Chihuahuas had a successful second season in the far west of Texas, as the Padres’ top farm squad made the playoffs and ultimately finished with a 78-66 record. The team had a few prospects like Rymer Liriano and Alex Dickerson, but was mostly comprised of minor league veterans.
October 23, 2015

2015 MadFriars' Chihuahuas Player of the Year

Summary: In their second season since relocating from Tucson, the Chihuahuas put on an impressive second half push to make the playoffs before losing to the Astros’ loaded Fresno Grizzlies affiliate in the first round.
October 20, 2015

Astros Remaining Affiliates All Take the Loss

The Astros started with seven teams playoff bound, and now just a few days later there are just two, and one is on the brink of elimination
September 12, 2015

MadFriars' Daily Farm Report: September 5

El Paso sweeps a double-header and the Missions are starting to catch some breaks with a 2-1 win. Fort Wayne has another walk-off and Tri-Cities wins their fifth straight. On the negative side, Lake Elsinore is now 42 games under .500.
September 5, 2015