Padres the Favorites to Sign Two Top Cuban Prospects

San Diego Padres GM AJ Preller

Padres invite 19 non-roster players to camp –
There are quite a few interesting, and notable, names on the list of non-roster players that the San Diego Padres have invited to their spring camp. Among them are a pitcher who has thrown a no-hitter for the White Sox, and an OF with a World Series ring from the St. Louis Cardinals.

PODCAST: Kemp’s Bounceback Season, Cashner’s Mental Health, And 2016 San Diego Padres Projections
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Padres The Favorites To Sign Two Top Cuban Prospects – Baseball America
The Padres are preparing to go well beyond their international bonus pool this year, with a mixture of million-dollar 16-year-old signings from the Dominican Republic and Venezuela as well as an aggressive push into the Cuban market.

There are two Cuban players in particular that the Padres are likely to sign once they become free agents: right fielder Jorge Ona and lefthander Adrian Morejon.

Padres poised to spend big in draft, international – San Diego Union-Tribune
The light at the end of a dark, dark tunnel, however, could prove quite a bit closer if the Padres play their cards right this summer, when they’ll have $16.09 million to spend on amateur talent. Only the Reds ($19.09 million), the Phillies ($19.02 million) and the Braves ($17.15 million) are allowed to spend more without penalty.

Ron Fowler On Why He Likes This Year’s Padres Better Than Last Year’s
Padres chairman Ron Fowler on why he likes this year’s Padres team better than last year’s, expectations, AJ Preller and if the Chargers should build in Mission Valley or downtown.


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Spieth, McIlroy to duel at famed Riviera – San Diego Union-Tribune
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Stars race past Gulls, 6-3 –
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