Matt Bush breaks out; Tim Brown too

The Portland offense managed just two hits. San Antonio rallies late as Nick Hundley and Tim Brown have big days. The whole Storm offense rolled – again – with 19 hits and 15 runs. Tim Brown and Matt Bush led the way, combining for three homers and seven RBIs. Andy Underwood faltered after two stellar starts.
April 23, 2007

Jared Wells jacked; Tom Brown heroics

Portland and Lake Elsinore managed to combine for zero runs and six hits. Jared Wells saw two balls leave the yard in the unforgiving PCL. Tim Brown hit a game-winning solo homer in the top of the ninth, making sure Jose Oyervidez' solid outing did not get wasted. Brent Carter is back on the hill and looking good but four Storm errors – more errors than hits...
April 8, 2007

Tim Brown plans to power through 2007

It is hard to find fault with a .299 California League average after spending the previous year in the Independent Leagues. But, Tim Brown has questions because he is a first baseman in the San Diego Padres' system. He plans on answering this year.
April 6, 2007

Notes from minor league spring training

A sliding stop, scoop an tag. A lineup double play. Misplayed balls in the outfield. Two errors from the pitching staff. Two home runs. Two triples from the same player. The San Diego Padres Double-A squad displayed it all in a 6-4 win. Plus notes from all around the minors.
March 17, 2007

Scouting Padres Prospect Tim Brown

Coming into spring training, the Padres weren't sure what they had in first baseman Tim Brown. Jettisoned by the Pittsburgh Pirates and in Independent League ball, he was seen as a player who fit the mold – good on base percentage and some power.
February 21, 2007

Interview: Storm hitting coach Tom Tornicasa

The Lake Elsinore Storm featured some bright young stars, including the likes of Chase Headley, Sean Kazmar, Yordany Ramirez, Nick Hundley, Peter Ciofrone, and Tim Brown. We caught up with hitting coach Tom Tornicasa to gain insight on these players and more.
November 15, 2006

Padres' Prospect Interview: Tim Brown

Tim Brown ran hand-in-hand with Chase Headley as the most consistent players to play for the San Diego Padres Lake Elsinore affiliate. It all began in spring training and his escalation to the Storm. He thought he would be in Fort Wayne. Now – validation is the word for his success.
October 23, 2006

Lake Elsinore Storm 2006 Hitter of the Year

Finding a hitter in Lake Elsinore was equal to finding one in the New York Yankees lineup – there were plenty to choose from. Four players hit over .290 and each of the four posted an on base percentage above .385.
October 12, 2006