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    Padres Minor League News

    Whenever there are any minor league updates from either the Triple-A, Double-A or Single A's farm system concerning the San Diego Padres team, You can post it here in this thread. You can also discuss about the topic here in this thread.

    It can be news updates from either a minor league players from the San Diego Padres team being injured, a highlight performance of any certain game or even if one of the minor leaguers from the San Diego Padres team happen to be traded.

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    Double-A San Antonio's Chase Headley homered, doubled and drove in three runs on Tuesday.

    The Padres still have Headley playing third base, though they're hoping Kevin Kouzmanoff will be their long-term solution at the position. Headley, a 2005 second-round pick, probably doesn't have the range for second base or the bat to play an outfield corner. Still, that he's a switch-hitter should make him a useful player even if he falls short of being a regular.
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    Padres optioned first baseman Paul McAnulty to Triple-A Portland.

    The Padres needed an extra pitcher after Tuesday's 14-inning game. McAnulty, who was 1-for-8 coming off the bench, could return when the Padres resume carrying 11 pitchers.
    Padres purchased the contract of RHP Aaron Rakers from Triple-A Portland.

    Rakers, back from labrum surgery, gave up two runs in 6 2/3 innings this spring. He'll be available in middle relief to aid a fatigued San Diego bullpen.
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    Thats interesting, I would have figured they'd bring up Stauffer or Germano....

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    Padres optioned first baseman Paul McAnulty to Triple-A Portland.

    The Padres needed an extra pitcher after Tuesday's 14-inning game. McAnulty, who was 1-for-8 coming off the bench, could return when the Padres resume carrying 11 pitchers.
    Padres purchased the contract of RHP Aaron Rakers from Triple-A Portland.

    Rakers, back from labrum surgery, gave up two runs in 6 2/3 innings this spring. He'll be available in middle relief to aid a fatigued San Diego bullpen.
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    i'm curious to see rakers' stuff.

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    Padres optioned RHP Mike Thompson to Triple-A Portland.

    The Padres needed to rotate in another fresh arm after a second straight extra-inning game on Wednesday. Thompson had given up nine runs in 10 1/3 innings of relief. He'll probably be in the rotation at Portland.
    Padres recalled LHP Justin Hampson from Triple-A Portland.

    Hampson was pitching out of the pen in Triple-A and had allowed one run in six innings. The former Rockies prospect will work in middle relief.
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    Hampson makes sense, they have no lefties in the bullpen, I wondered why he didn't make the squad to begin with to start the season for that reason alone.

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    well, from his stat line from the game, I have a pretty good idea why he didn't make the team...

    ...Rakers looked good though.

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    yeah, he didn't get anyone out...

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    Jack Cust hit his fifth and sixth homers Friday for Triple-A Portland.

    Cust remains on the Padres' 40-man roster, though if the team isn't using him now, it's hard to see what would cause them to do so in the future. The 28-year-old is hitting .304/.426/.714 in 56 at-bats for Portland. All six of his homers have come in his last eight games.
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    If anyone recalls, I mentioned him in the offseason and asked why he wasn't being given a chance to play on a more regular basis in the bigs. I guess scouts/coaches know something we don't about him. Either that or they're really stupid.

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    RHP Aaron Rakers is expected to be returned to Triple-A Portland on Monday so the Padres can add a position player to the roster.

    Infielder Oscar Robles will likely be the player the Padres call up. He is hitting .306 with six RBI in 55 at-bats with the Portland Beavers this season. Rakers will be back up as soon as the Padres need an additional reliever.
    Single-A Lake Elsinore's Matt Bush hit his third professional homer Sunday at High Desert.

    One of the very best environments for home runs in professional baseball. Bush, the No. 1 overall selection in the 2004 draft, is hitting .163/.204/.286 in 49 at-bats. If he doesn't show a hint of offensive potential this year, the Padres could either try him as a pitcher or release him next winter.
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    So, is Matt Bush officially the Ryan Leaf of the Padres at this point? He's gotta be one of the worst #1 draft choices ever, right?

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    Padres optioned RHP Aaron Rakers to Triple-A Portland.

    Rakers pitched a scoreless inning in five days with the Padres. He won't necessaarily be recalled next time the club needs a reliever, but he's as good of a choice as any.
    Padres recalled infielder Oscar Robles from Triple-A Portland.

    Robles hit .262/.326/.355 in 397 at-bats with the Dodgers the past two years. He'll join Geoff Blum in a utility role, and he shouldn't have any fantasy value.
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