Here are the Top 60 Padres' prospects, numbers 31-60. MadFriars.com gives a little insight on each selection in our rankings but will follow up more in depth with individual scouting reports on each player throughout this off-season, starting in descending order, after posting the Top 30 next week.
November 22, 2005
As the year officially comes to a close for most players in terms of competitive baseball, several Padres' prospects ranked within MadFriars.com top 50 have seen their stock take a downward spiral. In a first look, we check in on several players at the upper levels that had down years and what the future holds.
September 14, 2005
Brad Baker who? Scott Cassidy is the one making saves in Portland. Brian Whitaker got a rare win – back in Mobile. Arturo Lopez is the latest Storm pitcher to get crushed and Colt Morton is simply hammering the ball. Josh Geer had a nice debut in Fort Wayne and Matt Lauderdale is on fire at the plate. Fabian Jimenez was rock solid in Eugene but took the loss.
August 10, 2005
Brian Whitaker debuted in Portland with a no-decision. Jared Wells believes Mobile got three great pitchers from the California League. Adam Bourassa keeps the hot hand and talks about the fresh start. Wilmer Villatoro is promoted again. Chris Kolkhorst keeps knocking in runs. Josh Geer wins his second game on a solid outing. Willy Crafort is showing a little pop, despite not logging a hit.
July 30, 2005
Seven players were moved up the chain by the end of Monday and perhaps a few more are waiting in the wings. Each of the following players made the ascent: Brian Whitaker, Cesar Carrillo, Jared Wells, Clayton Hamilton, Brandon Kintzler, Cesar Ramos and Ryan Klatt. Tye Waller, the Padres' Director of Player Development, discussed each player and move in turn, as well as the promotion of Luke Steidlmayer.
July 26, 2005