San Diego Padres: Offseason outfield predictions

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 12: Hunter Renfroe
LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 12: Hunter Renfroe /

As we continue our offseason series, this article will cover the San Diego Padres offseason outfield predictions throughout the organization.

This will cover the starting outfield choices from the major league squad all the way thru the short season team in Tri-City. And just like in my previous prediction series articles, three more honorable mention candidates.

It will not cover any possible trades or free agent signings. We will Discuss only current players who are in the organization. And without further ado, here we go.

San Diego Padres:

LF-Alex Dickerson

CF- Manuel Maggot

RF-Hunter Renfroe

Honorable mentions:

OF-Travis Jankowski

OF-Matt Sczur

OF-Jose Pirela

AAA El Paso Chihuahuas:

LF-Jabari Blash

CF-Franchy Cordero

RF-Franmil Reyes

Honorable mentions:

OF-Nick Buss

OF-Rafael Ortega

OF-Nick Torres

AA San Antonio Missions:

LF-Nick Torres

CF-Michael Getty

RF-Nick Schulz

Honorable mentions:

OF-Auston Bousfield

OF-Edwin Moreno

OF-Rod Boykin

A+ Lake Elsinore Storm

LF-Rod Boykin

CF-Buddy Reed

RF-Jorge Ona

Honorable mentions:

OF-Taylor Kohlwey

OF-Tyler Benson

OF-Jack Suwinsky

A- Fort Wayne Tin Caps

LF-Robbie Podorsky

CF-Mason House

RF-Luis Asuncion

Honorable mentions:

OF-Tyler Selesky

OF-Jack Suwinsky

OF-Jeisson Rosario

Short season Tri-City Dust Devils

LF-Angel Santos

CF-Jeisson Rosario

RF-Tirso Ornelas

Honorable mentions:

OF-Tre Carter

OF-Josh Mcgee

OF-Dayon Olmo

There are my choices for offseason outfield predictions. The front office has some very tough decisions to make this hot stove season.

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On the big club and in triple-A alone there could be some tough choices on what to do. When adding in the depth on the farm, this sure makes for a very fun winter ahead.

My next two articles in the offseason Series will cover the relief pitching decisions and predictions. My last piece in the series will cover my predictions for the 25-man roster at every level of the organization.

And a new version of my top 30 prospects list is on the way soon as well, since my last list there have been some considerable changes, some due to performance. While others have graduated off the list.

Next: A Look into 2018

One thing is for certain this hot stove season: There will be a new look at every level of the organization. The number of prospects the front office has accumulated makes this off-seasons decisions and predictions harder than it has ever been. It will shape the franchise for title runs like sugar plums dancing in my head.