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  1. #46
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    Yeah that just puts all that much more pressure on this year's draft. Better be a good one!

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    Craig Stansberry homered twice and drove in five runs Monday for Triple-A Portland.

    The Padres are still letting Kevin Kouzmanoff try to work his way out of his slump, but they should be employing a Russell Branyan-Stansberry platoon at third base right now. Stansberry, 25, has hit .360/.422/.576 in 139 at-bats this season.
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    When did we pick up that guy

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    I've never even heard of him. Very impressive though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friarfan07 View Post
    I've never even heard of him. Very impressive though.
    Got him off waivers from Pittsburgh.

    http://www.portlandbeavers.com/team/...l?player_id=47

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    ^ Thanks, gkar. Man look at those numbers over the years. It's like a Jekyll and Hyde thing. One year he's a good looking hitter with pop, then another year he's hitting .223 with 3 HRs. Strange to see.

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    His batting avg was ok at Single A (.280's to .300's) but each time he stepped up to AA he crapped out in the .230's range. Hopefully this year at Portland is not a fluke.

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    Scott Cassidy (knee surgery) made his first rehab appearance with Triple-A Portland on Friday.

    Cassidy is still a few weeks before being an option to be activated from the disabled list.
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    ^ that was one funny thing Mark Grant brought up during Friday's telecast. They were talking about how much pub the rocket was getting for his minor league start, and espn sent a crew to broadcast it. Mudcat said they should send the Channel 4 crew to check out Clay Hensley's rehab, and then he said we wouldn't have to wait that long as we could have sent a truck to Portland Friday to broadcast Cassidy. haha

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    http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/m...esafa_lncafa_1

    the storm won 30-0 today

    wow

    can we borrow some of that offense?
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    Why be rational when you can do this and then keep getting after a great Padre win?

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    hey what do the Padres do with Chase Headley, he is batting .350 with 8 hopmers in AA san antonio. He is only 22 and maybe MLB ready next year. Lets change his position to OF so we can start him next year or trade him at the deadline for a good player on a bad team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by San Diego&Kings View Post
    hey what do the Padres do with Chase Headley, he is batting .350 with 8 hopmers in AA san antonio. He is only 22 and maybe MLB ready next year. Lets change his position to OF so we can start him next year or trade him at the deadline for a good player on a bad team.
    it is a good problem to have, since that stansberry dude is doing good at AAA kouz is hot right now and headly seems like he is going to be great. o and also the guy from wake forest that we drafted ant...something i cant spell it went 6-8 today it was in my earlier post

    what about moving him to 2nd and give him a couple more years in the minors and taking over for giles in a couple years, although i like giles, alot

    i was just thinking that although we dont have the greatest farm system we have some great prospects down there.

    venable and hunter look to be our outfielders of the future and show lots of promise, cruz looks like he is going to be a legit infielder along with some of the previous 3b's i mentioned we have a AA or AAA 1b that is tearing it up and im sure there are other (position players) im leaving out

    and pitching if carillo gets healthy o my that is one great rotation in about 2 years
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    Yea maybe we can trade some of those infielders we got in the minors, a guy who is talented now. Torii Hunter, wont be resigning next year and they would love to get something for him while they can. As far as our pitching, it may look like this in a few years.
    1.Peavy
    2.Young
    3.Hensley
    4.Germano
    5.Carrillo
    That is a pretty good rotation, but as far as this year, maybe we trade one of those talented infielders for a guy who is talented now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by San Diego&Kings View Post
    Yea maybe we can trade some of those infielders we got in the minors, a guy who is talented now. Torii Hunter, wont be resigning next year and they would love to get something for him while they can. As far as our pitching, it may look like this in a few years.
    1.Peavy
    2.Young
    3.Hensley
    4.Germano
    5.Carrillo
    That is a pretty good rotation, but as far as this year, maybe we trade one of those talented infielders for a guy who is talented now.
    yea maybe a cruz and wells (jared)/stauffer for a guy like torii hunter who we would have to work a deal out with and i htink it would take more than those 3 as long as we dont give up to much because as of right now kouz and cameron are our best hitters (recently)
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    Clay Hensley, out since May 2 with a strained groin, allowed two runs in six innings Sunday in his rehab start for Triple-A Portland.

    Hensley won't need another rehab start, but since Justin Germano has been so successful, he might get one anyway. The Padres can't remove Germano from the rotation while he's pitching like this, so even though Hensley deserves better, it's possible he'll be sent to the pen after being activated.
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