We caught up with Sam Geaney, the Padres’ Director of Player Development for the fifth segment of our six part interview series on the top prospects in the system for 2016.
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September 20, 2016
SAN ANTONIO - Any year when the major league baseball team is struggling, it’s natural for the fan base to look to the minors for hope and possible changes.
SAN ANTONIO - Ryan Miller, 23, was selected by the Padres in the fourteenth round of the 2013 draft more on the basis of what an athletic six-foot-three, 215 lbs. junior college catcher could become.
SAN ANTONIO: Nelson Ward and RHP Enyel De Los Santos came over to the Padres as part of the Joaquin Benoit trade with the Seattle Mariners in the off-season.
SAN ANTONIO: After finishing a four year career at San Jose State, outfielder Nick Schulz wanted to continue his baseball career; the problem is after forty rounds of the 2013 draft no one wanted him.
SAN ANTONIO - Kyle Lloyd is one of the draft picks that Scouting Directors dream about in the later rounds of the draft. Finding a guy that has a chance, not a lock, but a chance to be a big leaguer.
SAN ANTONIO - Coming into 2016 the Padres’ had three shortstops - Javier Guerra, Ruddy Giron and Jose Rondon - that were considered among their Top 20 prospects by most publications, including ours, and right now Rondon is having the top year of all three.