• How do Padres' prospects fit San Diego's needs?

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Mar 25, 2014
    This series is designed to evaluate the role prospects play in each Major League organization, looking at the short- and long-term needs of each club and illustrating how prospects fit in both scenarios. Here's my look at the Padres: He's a guy our scouts liked," said Padres manager Bud Black. Moore comes to the Padres organization with a strong reputation as being a good catch-and-throw guy. First-round picks Joe Ross and Max Fried and supplemental first-rounders Zach Eflin and Walker Weickel will headline the rotation at Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore, where they'll be joined by another first-rounder, outfielder Hunter Renfroe . The Padres traded for catcher Adam Moore on Tuesday and promptly sent him to their Minor League camp. Making the determination to stick with pitching exclusively, Kelly had elbow inflammation to begin 2012, but he then made it to the parent club for six starts that season.
    Source: MLB.com
  • Padres add catching depth in trade with Royals

    The Padres traded for 29-year-old catcher Adam Moore, who spent the past two season in the Royals organization, and sent him to their Minor League camp.
    Source: MLB.com
  • Deep, talented farm system has Padres looking ahead

    Padres vice president for player development and international scouting Randy Smith can't remember a time when the franchise had more Minor League talent than it does now.
    Source: MLB.com

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