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  • Tipping Pitches: On Newcomb and Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 7/5/2017 -  4
    prospects. Throw in the fact that I didn’t do the Starting Pitcher Guide this year and that’s how I had virtually no clue about Luis Castillo. I knew the name. I knew he was part of the botched Andrew

  • Let's Find Rusney Castillo a New Home
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 3/29/2016 -  78
    options to find Castillo a new home before Opening Day. San Diego The fit here is so obvious that it almost feels too easy. The Padres rank 29th in projected center field production

  • Two Intriguing Flamethrowing Righties - Castillo and Kuhl
    in RotoGraphs by Josh Shepardson - 7/21/2017 -  1
    level of praise, but Jeff Zimmerman noted a new breaking ball this righty's added to his mix, and his results of late are intriguing. Luis Castillo (CIN): CBS - 64%, ESPN - 20.0%, Yahoo! - 24

  • Transaction Analysis: Encarnacion, Espinosa, Castillo, and More
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 12/27/2016 -  7
     Orioles signed Welington Castillo This move will keep Castillo’s value the same or drop it depending on where he bats in Baltimore’s lineup. Arizona and Baltimore have similar park factors, so

  • Evaluating the Prospects: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Kiley McDaniel - 12/31/2014 -  34
    . Preller came into a situation in San Diego where he didn't sign any of the players he had and he immediately shipped one-third of the legitimate prospects out within a couple months, with no list-worthy

  • A Minor Review of 2015: San Diego Padres
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 11/23/2015 -  3
    a brief look toward the 2016 season and beyond. It can also be a handy feature for fantasy baseball players in keeper and Dynasty leagues. A Minor Review of 2015: San Diego Padres The Graduate

  • Wil Myers Reportedly Heading to San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 12/17/2014 -  18
    As best as we can sort it out, it looks like the deal might be something like this. San Diego gets Wil Myers, Ryan Hanigan, and pitching prospect Jose Castillo. Tampa Bay gets Steven Souza, Rene

  • Wellington Castillo
    in NotGraphs by Chris Cwik - 2/5/2014 -  9
    . One might ask why the author didn't just go with Welington Castillo surrounded by beef wellington. The author would answer that he's tired. And that this is stupid.

  • KATOH Projects: San Diego Padres Prospects
    in FanGraphs by Chris Mitchell - 3/24/2016 -  1
    Diego Padres. In this companion piece, I look at that same San Diego farm system through the lens of my recently refined KATOH projection system. The Padres have the 11th-best farm system in baseball

  • Top 43 Prospects: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Eric Longenhagen - 5/23/2018 -  77
    Below is an analysis of the prospects in the farm system of the San Diego Padres. Scouting reports are compiled with information provided by industry sources as well as from our own (both Eric

  • ottoneu Bidding on Rusney Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Chad Young - 8/28/2014 -  13
    This article is not really about Rusney Castillo. It's about you. Well, if you play ottoneu, it is about you. See, ottoneu does not allow you to bid on Cuban players, college players, etc., until

  • Scouting Rusney Castillo
    in FanGraphs by Kiley McDaniel - 8/25/2014 -  12
    The Red Sox continued their recent run of asset collection, signing Cuban OF Rusney Castillo to a 7-year, $72.5 million deal yesterday.  You can Google around the internet and find a reasonably

  • Behold, A Rusney Castillo Projection
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 1/22/2015 -  66
    World Series contender. Yet for so long, one thing was missing: a projection for Rusney Castillo. It's not that he wasn't on the depth chart. It's that he was previously projected for something like

  • Welington Castillo On the Fringe
    in RotoGraphs by Eno Sarris - 10/14/2013 -  2
    428 plate appearances, you'll find the Cubs' catcher: Welington Castillo. He's on the fringe, but he's capable of moving up and the table is set for him. First, a quick look at this playing time

  • Quick Looks: Faria & Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 7/25/2017 -  5
    may be hiding an injury or just can’t keep the velocity up over a full season. His owners should look for some improvement or they may need to change their expectations of him. --- Luis Castillo

  • Making a Player Out of Rusney Castillo
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 2/4/2016 -  24
    earlier, and they ensured they wouldn't be topped in the international market again by giving Rusney Castillo the largest-ever deal to a Cuban defector. Castillo wasn't a complete stranger, of course

  • Should the Phillies Sign Luis Castillo?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 3/18/2011 -  60
    The news that the Mets had released Luis Castillo this morning was hardly a shock, as it has been speculated on for months now - neither side was particularly happy with the marriage, and the Mets

  • Luis Castillo's Dominance Fades to Black
    in Community by Lance Brozdowski - 9/20/2017 -  5
    Some say the sample size of Luis Castillo’s season is 15 starts; I say it’s only eight. July 25th was the first game in which BrooksBaseball.net registered a sinker from the 24-year-old. While

  • Luis Castillo is Going to Be Just Fine
    in Community by Conrad Parrish - 4/25/2018 -  1
    Following what was a great debut season in 2017, Luis Castillo has been disappointing. The young righty sported the third-hardest average Fastball (97.5 mph) of all major league starters last season

  • Red Sox Sign Rusney Castillo
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 8/22/2014 -  141
    Castillo for a reported $72 million over six years. This beats Abreu's total by $4 million, and is almost double the contract that Yasiel Puig got a couple of years ago. There's little question

  • Luis Castillo Returns For Life Lessons
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 2/6/2019 -  6
    Last year, I wrote a piece about Luis Castillo. Even though I liked him, the draft helium priced me out of the room. In the process of drooling about his upside, everybody forgot the myriad plausible

  • Will Rusney Castillo's Tools Translate to Production?
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 12/7/2015 -  9
    Maybe. End of article. In late August of 2014, the Red Sox signed Rusney Castillo to a seven year contract and the considerable hype was ignited. Unfortunately, Castillo battled injuries

  • Welington Castillo Enjoys Power Surge
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 10/21/2015 -  1
    It's highly unlikely that Welington Castillo was drafted in your shallow mixed league this season. And heck, he was the last pick in the 15 team LABR mixed draft. He wasn't even the starting catcher

  • Scouting Rusney Castillo, From Video
    in FanGraphs by Dan Farnsworth - 9/12/2014 -  18
    Rusney Castillo is set to make his Major League debut in mere days after signing a record contract for a Cuban defector. Cuban players are the most interesting to project, since the public tends

  • 2018 Pod Projections: Luis Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 3/15/2018 -  15
    2017 as just the 10th best prospect in the Reds system and has thrown just 89.1 Major League innings, fantasy owners are in love with Luis Castillo. It's easy to see why -- his debut was fantastic

  • Effectively Wild Episode 521: The Rusney Castillo Contract
    in FanGraphs by Ben Lindbergh - 8/25/2014 -  0
    Ben and Sam take the Ice Bucket Challenge and then discuss the signing of new Red Sox center fielder Rusney Castillo.

  • The Daily Grind: Strasburg, Wright, Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 5/23/2015 -  5
    Agenda Daily DFS - Strasburg, Wright GB / FB Splits Tomorrow's Targets - Gonzalez, Sanchez, Castillo, Burns Factor Grid 1. Daily DFS - Strasburg, Wright Yesterday's Grind Early

  • Luis Castillo: A Study in Sophomore Slumps
    in Community by Snerd - 6/6/2018 -  3
    Let me preface this: I'm biased. I absolutely LOVE Luis Castillo. His ceiling is near-unmatched in the MLB. He's got 4 pitches that have plus-to-plus plus upside, elite velo, and age on his side

  • Qualls Moves to San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 1/20/2011 -  8
    at the trade deadline. While the change of scenery helped somewhat, Qualls still finished the season with a 7.32 ERA. The San Diego Padres were willing to look beyond that number, however, signing Qualls

  • Welington Castillo Isn't the Orioles' Best Catcher
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 12/14/2016 -  31
    A lot of people were taken by surprise when the Diamondbacks non-tendered Welington Castillo, but it did at least set up an inevitability. It felt like a foregone conclusion that Castillo would end

  • Tejada Fitting in San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 9/23/2010 -  14
    large for San Diego, homering and posting +.240 WPA as part of a 3-4 night. That slash line above might not look that impressive, but we have to remember that this is PETCO Park we're talking

  • Blanks Bops in San Diego
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 1/7/2010 -  2
    has a bat that's big league ready, but his future position in San Diego depends upon whether Adrian Gonzalez (owed just $4.75 million in 2010, with a "duuuh" $5.5M option for 2011) remains Padres

  • Hoskins, Castillo, and Quantity vs Quality in Awards Voting
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 11/14/2017 -  12
    Castillo on a ballot, as I put him third behind Bellinger and Dejong, leaving off Hoskins, among others. And while I know down-ballot Rookie of the Year voting isn't the most exciting thing going

  • San Diego Padres Bullpen
    in RotoGraphs by Jack Weiland - 1/27/2014 -  8
    In the tumultuous world of relief pitching, where closers seem to come and go day and night, the San Diego Padres have stood as a model of consistency. For 16 years, Trevor Hoffman closed the door

  • What Do the Reds Have in Luis Castillo?
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 8/15/2017 -  10
    acquired over the years. Is it possible they have that ace in Luis Castillo? Castillo came over from the Marlins in the Dan Straily trade, and there's one thing that pops off his player card right

  • Is Hoyer the Man in San Diego?
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 10/21/2009 -  6
    If Buster Olney’s latest report comes to fruition, then San Diego’s search for a new General Manager is all but over. The man pegged to replace Kevin Towers appears to be Boston’s assistant GM, Jed

  • 2018 Pod Projections: Luis Castillo -- A Review
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 10/25/2018 -  3
    Let's return to reviewing my preseason Pod Projections, this time with Luis Castillo, a popular sleeper choice and breakout candidate, and for good reason. My original writeup is here. Games

  • Outfield Gluttony in San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 5/16/2008 -  2
    The San Diego Padres have some nice depth in the outfield, with at least one intriguing prospect at each level of the minor league system. Triple-A: Chase Headley Earlier this week I wrote about

  • Offensive Explosion In San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 6/1/2010 -  8
    It must feel like the Mets' three game shutout streak from last week was ages ago. On Monday night, the San Diego Padres unloaded 18 runs on the Mets. The New York pitchers – Hisanori Takahashi

  • Is Luis Castillo Worth a Top 100 Pick?
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 3/7/2018 -  20
    Luis Castillo is one of the most exciting pitchers in this year’s pool. His 89-inning debut has vaulted him firmly into the top 100 picks and top 30 starters. Our good friends over at PitcherList.com

  • Quentin Stays in San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Eric Seidman - 7/23/2012 -  5
    or incentives policy in San Diego. This isn't to say that the Padres and Josh Byrnes will throw around clauses and incentives with reckless abandon, but it's certainly notable that Quentin's deal

  • The Roller Coaster Ride Called Luis Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 9/13/2018 -  10
    After posting a 3.12 ERA over 15 starts last season in his MLB debut, which by the way was fully supported by exciting skills, Luis Castillo was rightfully a favorite target for many fantasy owners

  • Trayvon Robinson & Welington Castillo: Deep League WW
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 8/1/2012 -  4
    . With his power/speed combo, he's worth a gamble in deep leagues. Welington Castillo | CHC C | 1% Owned The Cubs shipped off the disappointing Geovany Soto and will now be relying on a time share

  • SSNS: C. Anderson, Stroman, L. Castillo
    in RotoGraphs by Alex Chamberlain - 4/30/2018 -  13
    repeat (it was a little lucky anyway). Luis Castillo, CIN SP It's taking every ounce of my strength not to write about Masahiro Tanaka or Luke Weaver again... so, I'll turn my focus to Castillo

  • FG on Fox: The Potential Rusney Castillo Bargain
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 8/20/2014 -  5
    Unless you're a dedicated baseball fan or follow Ken Rosenthal on Twitter, you may not know the name Rusney Castillo. That is probably going to change soon, as he is expected to sign a free-agent

  • Season in Review: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 11/14/2008 -  1
    by the BaseRuns formula and adjusted for strength of schedule, which I feel is the best measurement of a team's actual talent level. Number Twenty five: San Diego Padres The San Diego Padres share

  • Pitcher Spotlight: Why I Love Luis Castillo In Five At-Bats
    in RotoGraphs by Nick Pollack - 8/30/2017 -  8
    This is going to start with some bad news. After Luis Castillo has been a fantasy MVP in many ways for giving your team a 3.26 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 6+ strikeouts per start, it's expected that he

  • Harang Heads Home to San Diego
    in FanGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/5/2010 -  17
    While it's certainly not the biggest news coming out of San Diego this weekend, the Padres are close to signing free agent right-hander Aaron Harang to a one-year deal. The San Diego native and San

  • San Diego Padres Farm System
    in FanGraphs by Bryan Smith - 11/24/2010 -  7
    The two homegrown members of this year's stable San Diego Padres rotation, Mat Latos and Wade LeBlanc, are a perfect illustration for the organization's domestic scouting strategy. No team seems so

  • Cory Luebke And Difficulties In San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Mike Petriello - 2/6/2014 -  23
    Two years ago, things looked to be headed in the right direction for San Diego. True, they were coming off a 91-loss 2011 season as they transitioned out of the Adrian Gonzalez / Heath Bell era

  • Fitting Yasmany Tomas in San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 11/26/2014 -  15
    , if not in reality, and while Tomas is by no means guaranteed to end up in San Diego, that's the sort of area where the Padres should probably be putting their money. It's important that one understands where

  • Elegy for '18 - San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Dan Szymborski - 9/20/2018 -  28
    consecutive 85-win seasons at one point in their history (2006-07), so if anyone's due for a truly sunny period, it's San Diego. Conversely, the Padres are rarely even all that bad and haven't had

  • Ian Kennedy's Going to San Diego
    in RotoGraphs by Zach Sanders - 7/31/2013 -  3
    The San Diego Padres have acquired starting pitcher Ian Kennedy from the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for reliever Joe Thatcher, relief prospect Matt Stites, and a compensation pick in next

  • A Post About the San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/30/2012 -  45
    mentioned Hiroki Kuroda as one possibility, and while we won't just assume that Kuroda will land in San Diego, he'd make for a quality stabilizer. Going into next year, the Padres look to be all right

  • Fitting Eric Hosmer in San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 12/19/2017 -  54
    in the ring. Yet the Red Sox move increases the chances that Hosmer will stay in Kansas City. It also increases the chances that Hosmer will go to San Diego. The Padres, so far, have been the most closely

  • Anthony Rizzo: Blocked in San Diego?
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 11/9/2011 -  6
    Last season, there was plenty of fanfare when Anthony Rizzo was brought up by the San Diego Padres.  He was the prized, power hitting lefty acquired in the Adrian Gonzalez deal and with the Padres

  • Prospect Reports: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Eric Longenhagen - 11/3/2016 -  25
    Below is an analysis of the prospects in the San Diego Padres farm system. Scouting reports are compiled with information provided by industry sources as well as from my own observations. The KATOH

  • San Diego's Other Trade Chip
    in FanGraphs by Joe Pawlikowski - 7/20/2011 -  32
    While some teams are still determining whether they will buy or sell at the deadline, for a few teams the answer is painfully obvious. The San Diego Padres are 14.5 games back in the NL West and 15

  • Team Preview: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 3/1/2011 -  15
    the excruciatingly painful time that was last September in San Diego. But if you're a sucker for punishment, Chris Spurlock at Beyond the Box Score obliges. Now that the team has finally traded away their slugging

  • San Diego's Historically Tenuous Trio
    in FanGraphs by Blake Murphy - 5/16/2014 -  16
    The San Diego Padres currently own the worst offense in baseball. Maybe that’s not surprising given that they play half of their games in Petco Park, one of the league’s most pitcher-friendly

  • San Diego Padres: Draft Review
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 2/17/2010 -  1
    . Louis. Up Next: The San Diego Padres Top 10 Prospects

  • Draft Reviews: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 6/4/2009 -  1

  • San Diego Adds Jon Garland
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 1/26/2010 -  28

  • Organizational Rankings: #27 - San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 3/16/2010 -  47

  • Shields Sweetens San Diego Staff
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 2/10/2015 -  11

  • Two Good Starts, Two Bad Starts: Luis Castillo and Zach Eflin
    in RotoGraphs by Al Melchior - 7/31/2018 -  1
    Phillies. More significant for us fantasy owners is that it may have marked a shifting tide for the two starting pitchers who dueled in the series finale. Luis Castillo has spent all season trying

  • Quick Takes: Zobrist, Flaherty, Marquez, Pivetta, Castillo, Gray, Godley
    in RotoGraphs by Alex Chamberlain - 8/21/2018 -  14
    , Castillo, Gray (and Godley, too) Not much to say here other than stay the course through the end of the season (because what else are you going to do?). SIERA correlates strongly with ERA; Pivetta

  • The Shohei Ohtani Finals: The Case for San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 12/4/2017 -  54
    market. It matters how one defines "small," of course, but the West Coast features two clubs outside the top-10 media markets: Seattle (No. 14) and San Diego (No. 28). Seattle was always thought

  • Steamer Projects: San Diego Padres Prospects
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 12/19/2013 -  4
    Earlier today, polite and Canadian and polite Marc Hulet published his 2014 organizational prospect list for the San Diego Padres. It goes without saying that, in composing such a list, Hulet has

  • Kyle's Future in San Diego May Be Blank
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 12/17/2008 -  3
    in San Diego?" The Padres team plays in a spacious stadium that puts an emphasis on pitching and defence. The club already employs a talented offensive and defensive first base in Adrian Gonzalez

  • San Diego Nabs 3 Top 10 Prospects
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 12/4/2010 -  154
    The San Diego Padres organization has agreed to trade star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez to the Boston Red Sox for three Top 10 prospects. The talented youngsters headed to San Diego are right-handed

  • Top 5 Prospects for 2015: San Diego Padres
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 1/23/2015 -  3
    : Like the outfield, San Diego has beefed up the pitching depth, which could leave Wisler in Triple-A for much of the season. However, a number of the pitchers are well-acquainted with the disabled list

  • Orlando Hudson Takes His Talents to San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 12/17/2010 -  38
    With today's signing of Orlando Hudson by the Padres, we can say that the Adrian Gonzalez trade is finally complete. While Boston didn't ship Hudson to San Diego directly, it is hard to miss

  • San Diego Padres Shortstops: Positional Case Study
    in FanGraphs by Alex Remington - 10/24/2013 -  29
    National League team, as I take a look at the way the San Diego Padres have filled shortstop. While the Braves' center field featured two superstars and a motley assortment of players obtained in trade

  • 2012 Organizational Rankings: #26 – San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 3/27/2012 -  31
    – Oakland #27 – Pittsburgh San Diego's 2011 Ranking: #20 2012 Outlook: - 38 (23rd) The needle for San Diego Padres is pointing up, but that may not be saying too much. Suffice it to admit

  • Organizational Rankings: Future Talent - San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 3/16/2010 -  6
    The San Diego Padres organization is in a transitional period. With the spacious PETCO Park, the club is making the shift to a team that focuses on pitching and defense but the big-league roster

  • When Should San Diego Trade Adrian Gonzalez?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 11/8/2010 -  47
    While it has generally been assumed that Adrian Gonzalez won't be in San Diego much longer, the Padres front office confirmed these beliefs with some public comments last week, stating

  • 2019 ZiPS Projections - San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Dan Szymborski - 2/21/2019 -  51
    continues this offseason. Below are the projections for the San Diego Padres. [nav_widget_team_box title="ZiPS Projections" termid="3895,3839" season="2019"] Batters There's no way to talk about

  • Organizational Rankings: Current Talent - San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 3/16/2010 -  6
    When a team's payroll falls from $74 million to $36 million in just two years, a drop in talent level is inevitable. This is exactly what we've seen with the San Diego Padres since 2008

  • What Does San Diego See In Kotsay?
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 11/16/2011 -  21
    of 34 over those three seasons hardly measures up with the high tides of the steroid era, but he still managed to add 36 batting runs above average in his time in San Diego. Those times are now

  • The Ryan Ludwick Trade: San Diego’s Perspective
    in FanGraphs by Zach Sanders - 7/31/2010 -  19
    be worth the money, but you have to give props to San Diego ownership for be willing to shell out the bucks to put a winning team on the field. This is a good move by the Padres, who show

  • Top 15 Prospects: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 1/19/2012 -  34
    The San Diego system is deep. What's most impressive is that the organization has been able to bulk up its minor league depth through a variety of methods: drafting, international free agency

  • San Diego Blows Up Their Middle Infield
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Petriello - 5/18/2012 -  5
    . Whether or not we see Bartlett in a San Diego uniform again -- his release has been rumored for a while as well -- it's clear that the last-place Padres are committing to youth in the infield, starting

  • Jaff Decker & The San Diego Outfield, Now & Later
    in RotoGraphs by Eno Sarris - 8/13/2013 -  1
    As the season heads into the last six weeks, things get funky. It happened earlier in Miami, where September roster expansion seems to happen in May these days. But in San Diego, it's about that time

  • Shiny New Outfield: San Diego Padres
    in RotoGraphs by Michael Barr - 3/6/2015 -  22
    The San Diego Padres out ran 16, (sixteen!), different outfielders in 2014 and unless you've been living in the Krubera Cave in the Republic of Georgia, you've probably seen there were a few changes

  • 2018 ZiPS Projections - San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 2/2/2018 -  8
    this offseason. Below are the projections for the San Diego Padres. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. [nav_widget_team_box termid="3839,3781" title="ZiPS Projections

  • San Diego Padres: Top 10 Prospects
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 2/24/2010 -  10
    * My apologies for the late posting of San Diego's Top 10 prospects... but I think the wait was well worth it, especially if you picked up a copy of the FanGraphs Second Opinion fantasy baseball

  • 2016 ZiPS Projections - San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 1/8/2016 -  12
    this offseason. Below are the projections for the San Diego Padres. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Arizona / Atlanta / Baltimore / Boston

  • 2017 ZiPS Projections - San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 12/2/2016 -  14
    this offseason. Below are the projections for the San Diego Padres. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Chicago NL / Toronto / Washington. Batters Were

  • Hardball Retrospective – The “Original” 1992 San Diego Padres
    in Community by DerekBain - 8/29/2015 -  0
    OWS – Win Shares for players on “original” teams OPW% - Pythagorean Won-Loss record for the “original” teams Assessment The 1992 San Diego Padres          OWAR: 52.6     OWS: 324     OPW

  • San Diego Doesn't Like the Number 1
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 5/14/2008 -  1
    To say the San Diego Padres have had a lot of bad luck drafting in the first round this decade would be an understatement. In the eight drafts so far, the club's No. 1 picks have produced one Major

  • A Minor Review of 2009: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 9/28/2009 -  13
    on their teams' Top 10 lists. The popular series is back for the second year. Previously, we looked at the Colorado Rockies. San Diego Padres The Graduate: Everth Cabrera | SS A Rule 5 draft pick

  • 2009 Prospect Mine: San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 3/6/2009 -  0
    The San Diego Padres' minor league system has been helped by two straight, strong drafts - which included quite a few advanced college hitters. The club has also been focusing on signing players out

  • A Minor Review of 2017: San Diego Padres
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 9/8/2017 -  1
    draft. San Diego has one of the better systems in the game. The Graduate: Manuel Margot, OF: Margot (1.8 WAR) and pitcher Dinelson Lamet (1.4) have had the biggest rookie impacts on the Padres in 2017

  • Top 10 Prospects: The San Diego Padres
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 11/24/2010 -  39
    The San Diego Padres 2010 MLB Record: 90-72 (2nd in the NL West) Minor League Power Ranking: 26th (out of 30) Click for: Last Year's Top 10 Prospect List The Prospects 1. Simon Castro, RHP

  • Chase Headley on Switch Hitting for Power in San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 4/23/2013 -  14
    -- the batting average on ground balls and fly balls in San Diego. That, and knowledge of the difficulty of showing lefty power in PetCo, caused Headley to change his approach. "I made some adjustments

  • Scouting Chris Paddack, San Diego's Return for Rodney
    in FanGraphs by Eric Longenhagen - 7/1/2016 -  10
    The Miami Marlins have traded white-hot RHP Chris Paddack to San Diego in exchange for Fernando Rodney. Paddack was an eighth-round draftee in 2015 and was signed for a $400,000 bonus. He dominated

  • A Minor Review of 2016: San Diego Padres
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 9/16/2016 -  1
    . Other reviews: San Francisco Giants Colorado Rockies San Diego Padres The Graduate: Ryan Schimpf (2B): Schimpf, 28, spent parts of eight years riding buses in the minors before earning

  • 2011 Organizational Rankings: #20 San Diego
    in FanGraphs by Jonah Keri - 3/24/2011 -  46
    weakness). The bullpen remains overloaded even with Mujica and Webb dealt for Maybin, and Adam Russell and Brandon Gomes thinning out the prospect stock a bit in San Diego's deal for shortstop

  • San Diego Padres Top 10 Prospects Updated
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 7/23/2018 -  19
    easily be a No. 1 prospect in some organizations but not San Diego, which is stacked with talent. The downside to this prospect is that he may not be a catcher in the long run and, while he doesn't

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