I am a loser baby...

All of the San Diego Padres minor league teams lost on Tuesday and many of the games were blowouts. Brian Sweeney is back in Portland and got his feet wet in relief. Matt Bruback took his seventh loss. Mobile was blown away and resorted to a fielder to pitch the end of the game. Lake Elsinore has lost six straight and five errors were no help. Peter Stonard may be lost forever. Greg Conden suffered the worst outing of any player in the organization.
June 2, 2004

Padres Minor League Notebook

While each team in the San Diego Padres system has its roster up in the air, things are beginning to clear up as players get shifted from one Low-A to High-A, Double-A to Triple-A and everywhere in between. The early signs point to plenty of player movement and the shuffling of coaching staffs within the system may have some effect.
February 20, 2004

Top 40 Padres Prospects: 21-30

The San Diego Padres farm system has a wealth of potential…potential. By definition potential means: <i>The inherent ability or capacity for growth, development, or coming into being.</i><br><br>MadFriars.com breaks down the top 40 prospects and continuing with 21-30 this week. Many of these players already have their 2003 scouting reports done, found by clicking on our <a href="http://padres.theinsiders.com/3/ProspectReports.html">Prospect report link</a>
January 31, 2004

Padres Prospect Report: Peter Stonard

Peter Stonard was picked up in the fourth round of the 2003 Draft by the San Diego Padres. He was rated higher before facing trouble at Alabama and San Diego State. The Friars were able to do their homework on Stonard and picking him up in the fourth round could turn out to be a bargain if he develops as projected.
January 28, 2004

Fort Wayne Wizards 2003 Season in Review

The Fort Wayne Wizards were one of the better teams in the San Diego Padres' organization in 2003. The Wizards ended the season with an overall record of 71-66, which included winning their division in the first half of the season. Most importantly, the Wizards developed several players this year, especially pitchers, who will become a part of future Padres teams. The Wizards were the Midwest League's best team in terms of pitching, but the worst in overall hitting.
January 27, 2004