The Hotsheet (7/20 - 7/26)

Billy Rowell and Radhames Liz make triumphant returns to The Hotsheet, while Bo Hart has a roguh first week in the organization. See who else makes this week's Hotsheet and Not So Hotsheet inside.
July 27, 2007

Terrmel Sledge has fans - inside the Padres

The Portland Beavers were a squad full of veterans but there were a couple of key contributors – one in particular that will be counted heavily upon with the San Diego Padres this year, Terrmel Sledge. Hitting coach Jose Castro gives us the latest on Sledge, his thoughts on Ben Johnson perhaps getting a chance with another club, and Luke Carlin.
January 15, 2007

Padres' Prospect Interview: Kennard Jones

MOBILE - After Portland's Freddy Guzman, the Padres prospect that may be the best pure leadoff hitter in the system is Mobile's Kennard Jones. Jones, the Big 10 Player of the Year honoree before the Padres took him in the third round of the 2002 draft, has a tremendous amount of athletic ability. Although he has not produced remarkable numbers as a professional, the Padres started to see his potential realized in the second half of the season in Mobile.
May 11, 2006

Scouting Padres Prospect: Kennard Jones

After an off-year that saw his patience go down the toilet and his game fall off the map, Kennard Jones returned to the prospect that the Padres have seen before – the one they are happy to have.
February 20, 2006

DJ's Top 30 Padres Prospects

1) Josh Barfield - Barfield has been on the watch list since he was drafted as an 18 year-old in 2002. Although he's struggled in the opening months each of the last two seasons, his numbers at Portland in 2005 show that he has nothing left to prove at Triple-A. With the departure of Mark Loretta, the future is now for Barfield.
December 14, 2005

Batter of the Year: Mobile BayBears

Finding a hitter in the Southern League worthy of such admiration to hold the Batter of Year for his team was like finding a needle in a needle stack. There was a lot to look at and not much to find. No batter who qualified hit above .282, making the need for an oracle to guide the way a necessity.
December 11, 2005

Mobile Position Prospect of the Year

In 2005 Paul McAnulty, 24, continued to defy the expectations of a 12th round draft pick, proving that last year's breakout season in Lake Elsinore wasn't a fluke and that he may not only be the best left-handed hitter in the Padres system, but maybe the best hitter period.
December 7, 2005