With the minor league regular season over let’s take a look at the San Diego Padres post-season minor league all-stars.
Now that the minor league regular season is in the rear view mirror for the affiliates of the Friar faithful, we will conduct a 25-man roster with the best of the recently completed season.
We will have a Lineup consisting of a starting nine which will include a Designated hitter, a four- man bench which will have a catcher, two infielders, and one utility option. A five-man starting pitching rotation, a seven-man bullpen which will include a swing-man, three middle relievers, two set-up men and one Closer.
This list will have familiar names from the mid-season list but will also have some new faces added that show just how much the season matters. This list was harder to complete than the mid-season addition for a few reasons. The two main reasons being injuries and promotions, however, you will see some players dropped from the previous list due to poor second half performances too.
Considering the San Diego Padres have the consensus number one farm system in all of baseball you will see plenty of prospects among the names on this team, but just to make this clear, this an All-Star team and not a prospects list.
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All in all you will see nine different names from our first list. That’s a lot of turnover from just a few months ago, but it does show that the season and not just a month or the first half alone get you recognized.
Without further adieu, let’s meet our 2019 San Diego Padres Post-season minor league All-Stars.
Batting order and lineup:
1) Luis Urias-2B, El Paso Chihuahuas*
2) Edward Olivares-RF, Amarillo Sod Poodles
3) Luis Campusano-C, Lake Elsinore Storm
4) TY France-3B, El Paso Chihuahuas*
5) Aderlin Rodriguez-1B, El Paso Chihuahuas
6) Austin Allen-DH, El Paso Chihhuhuas*
7) Michael Gettys-CF, El Paso Chihuahuas
8) Gabriel Arias-SS, Lake Elsinore Storm
9) Allen Cordoba-LF, Lake Elsinore Storm
C-Luis Torrens, Amarillo Sod Poodles
IF-Xavier Edwards, Fort Wayne TinCaps*
IF-Ivan Castillo, Amarillo Sod Poodles
Utility-Owen Miller, Amarillo Sod Poodles
1) MacKenzie Gore-LH, Lake Elsinore Storm*
2) Luis Patino-RH, Lake Elsinore Storm*
3) Joey Cantillo-LH, Fort Wayne TinCaps*
4) Ronald Bolanos-RH, Amarillo Sod Poodles*
5) Aaron Leasher-LH, Lake Elsinore Storm
Swing-Elliot Ashbeck-RH, Lake Elsinore Storm
MR-Travis Radke-LH, El Paso Chihuahuas
MR-Steven Wilson-RH, El Paso Chihuahuas
MR-Jordan Guerrero-RH, Lake Elsinore Storm
SU-Mason Fox-RH, Tri-City Dust Devils*
SU-Andres Munoz-RH, El Paso Chihuahuas*
CL-David Bednar-RH, Amarillo Sod Poodles*
(*) Received in season Promotion
And there are your 2019 minor league all-stars for the San Diego Padres.
Does this minor league all-star team meet with your approval Friar faithful? Please leave any thoughts, comments and analysis on what your minor league all-star team would look like.
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