“On one hand, it’s kind of cool because everybody wants you. Every team out there is good. … It’s kind of really nice to be wanted. On the other hand, it’s not so nice because you have to deal with the same exact question: Where do you think you’re going to go? Have you heard anything? Blah, blah, blah.”
The Padres top prospect allowed one hit over five scoreless innings Wednesday as the San Antonio Missions blanked the Frisco RoughRiders, 1-0.
Joe Thatcher’s baseball season is under way – just three months late.
Saddled with the lowest run-support average in the NL, Dustin Moseley hopes his San Diego Padres teammates still have some offense left in their bats after setting a season high for scoring.
At least a dozen teams have contacted the San Diego Padres about standout reliever Mike Adams(notes), and to this point they’ve all been rebuffed. With good reason.