Below are select minor league players of the San Diego Padres organization and the rosters of their minor league affiliates:

Players

Lake Bachar

Lake Bachar
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1995-06-03) June 3, 1995 (age 27)
Winfield, Illinois
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Lake David Bachar (born June 3, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Bachar attended Wheaton North High School in Wheaton, Illinois, where he played baseball and football.[1] After graduating high school in 2013, he enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on a football scholarship.[2]

After his freshman year at UW-Whitewater, Bachar joined the baseball team in addition to still playing football.[3] In 2015, his sophomore year and first as a member on the baseball team, he appeared in ten games (making seven starts) in which he went 7–1 with a 2.24 ERA and 46 strikeouts.[4] That summer, he played in the Northwoods League for the Lakeshore Chinooks.[5] As a junior in 2016, he went 8–6 with a 2.53 ERA over 92+23 innings.[6] Following the season, he was selected by the San Diego Padres in the fifth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft.[7][8] He signed for $350,000.[9]

After signing, Bachar made his professional debut with the Rookie-level Arizona League Padres before earning promotions to the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Class A Midwest League and the Lake Elsinore Storm of the Class A-Advanced California League. Over 15 games between the three clubs, he went 2–2 with a 3.19 ERA.[10] In 2017, he began the year back in the Arizona League before being promoted back to Fort Wayne.[11] Over 13 games (seven starts), he pitched to a 5–1 record, a 3.38 ERA, and 47 strikeouts over 50+23 innings. Bachar began the 2018 season with Lake Elsinore and was promoted to the San Antonio Missions of the Class AA Texas League in May.[12] He went 5–9 with a 4.68 ERA over 27 games (18 starts), pitching a total of 115+13 innings between the two teams.[13] In 2019, he appeared in 24 games (19 starts) for the Amarillo Sod Poodles of the Class AA Texas League, going 8–4 with a 3.98 ERA and 126 strikeouts over 126+23 innings.[14][15] Bachar did not play a minor league game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the season, and he missed the whole 2021 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery.[16][17][18] He opened the 2022 season with San Antonio.[19]

Matthew Batten

Matthew Batten
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Batten in 2022 with El Paso
San Diego Padres
Infielder
Born: (1995-06-22) June 22, 1995 (age 27)
Shelton, Connecticut
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Matthew Albert Batten (born June 22, 1995) is an American professional baseball infielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Batten attended St. Joseph High School in Trumbull, Connecticut, and played college baseball at Quinnipiac University. During his senior season at Quinnipiac, he set the record for most hits in program history with 249, most stolen bases with 65, and also led the team with a .305 average.[20][21] After his senior year, he was selected by the San Diego Padres in the 32nd round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[22][23]

Batten signed with the Padres and split his first professional season between the Arizona League Padres and Tri-City Dust Devils, batting .241 with one home run and twenty RBIs over 49 games.[24] In 2018, he played with the Lake Elsinore Storm, San Antonio Missions, and El Paso Chihuahuas with whom he hit .272 with two home runs, 22 RBIs, and 12 stolen bases over 78 games.[25] He returned in 2019 to play two games with the Amarillo Sod Poodles and 109 games with El Paso, finishing the season batting .298 with six home runs, 48 RBIs, and twenty doubles over 111 games.[26][27][28] After not playing a game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season, he split the 2021 season between San Antonio and El Paso and slashed .293/.368/.382 with six home runs, 41 RBIs, and 28 stolen bases over 123 games. He was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League for the Peoria Javelinas after the season.[29] He opened the 2022 season with El Paso.[30]

Efraín Contreras

Efraín Contreras
San Diego Padres – No. 61
Pitcher
Born: (2000-01-02) January 2, 2000 (age 22)
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Efraín Contreras (born January 2, 2000) is a Mexican professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Contreras signed with the San Diego Padres as an international free agent in July 2017. He made his professional debut in 2018, splitting time during the season between the Arizona League Padres, the Dominican Summer League Padres, and the Tri-City Dust Devils. Over 68+13 innings pitched between the three teams, he went 2–3 with a 2.11 ERA and 76 strikeouts.[31] He spent the 2019 season with the Fort Wayne TinCaps, appearing in 25 games (making 23 starts) and going 6–6 with a 3.61 ERA and 121 strikeouts over 109+23 innings.[32]

Contreras missed the 2021 season after undergoing Tommy John Surgery. The Padres added him to their 40-man roster after the 2021 season.[33]

Mason Fox

Mason Fox
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1997-01-07) January 7, 1997 (age 25)
Canton, North Carolina
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Mason T. Fox (born January 7, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Fox attended Pisgah High School in Canton, North Carolina and played college baseball at Gardner-Webb University. He was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 21st round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.[34]

Fox made his professional debut in 2018 with the Arizona League Padres, going 1–1 with a 3.80 ERA over 21+13 innings.[35] In 2019, he pitched for the Tri-City Dust Devils, Fort Wayne TinCaps and Lake Elsinore Storm, pitching to a combined 3–0 record, 0.55 ERA, and 56 strikeouts over 32+23 innings pitched in relief.[36] Due to the cancellation of the 2020 Minor League Baseball season due to COVID-19, he did not pitch for a team.[37] He spent the 2021 season in the Arizona League along with the San Antonio Missions and El Paso Chihuahuas.[38] Over 33+13 innings pitched between the three teams, Fox went 3–3 with a 10.53 ERA, 25 walks, and 48 strikeouts.

Robert Gasser

Robert Gasser
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1999-05-31) May 31, 1999 (age 23)
El Dorado Hills, California
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Robert Riordan Gasser (born May 31, 1999) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Gasser grew up in El Dorado Hills, California and attended Oak Ridge High School.[39]

Gasser began his college baseball career at New Mexico. As a freshman, he had a 7.05 ERA over 52 innings pitched.[40] Gasser transferred to San Joaquin Delta College after his freshman year. In his only season with the Mustangs, he went 14-0 with a 2.38 ERA and 139 strikeouts in 102 innings pitched over 18 appearances with 17 starts.[41] Gasser transferred to Houston for his remaining collegiate eligibility. In 2021, Gasser went 6-6 with a 2.63 ERA and 105 strikeouts in 85+23 innings pitched and was named first team All-American Athletic Conference.[42]

Gasser was selected in the second round by the San Diego Padres in the 2021 Major League Baseball draft.[43] He was assigned to the Rookie-level Arizona Complex League Padres to start his professional career, where he made one appearance before being promoted to the Lake Elsinore Storm of Low-A West.[44]

Grant Gavin

Grant Gavin
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1995-07-10) July 10, 1995 (age 26)
Parkville, Missouri
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Grant Gavin (born July 10, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Gavin attended St. Pius X Catholic High School in Kansas City, Missouri and played college baseball at the University of Central Missouri. He was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 29th round of the 2016 MLB draft.[45]

Gavin made his professional debut with the Arizona League Royals. He pitched 2017 with the Lexington Legends and Wilmington Blue Rocks and 2018 with Wilmington and the Northwest Arkansas Naturals.[46][47] After the 2018 season he played in the Arizona Fall League. He spent 2019 with Northwest Arkansas.[48] He did not play a minor league game in 2020 since the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[49] He started 2021 with the Omaha Storm Chasers.

After the 2021 season, the Padres selected Gavin from the Royals organization in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft.[50]

C.J. Hinojosa

C.J. Hinojosa
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Hinojosa with the El Paso Chihuahuas in 2022
San Diego Padres
Infielder
Born: (1994-07-15) July 15, 1994 (age 27)
Houston, Texas
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Christopher Jesse Hinojosa (born July 15, 1994) is an American baseball infielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Hinojosa was born in Houston, Texas and attended Klein Collins High School. He was selected in the 26th round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft by the Houston Astros, but did not sign with the team.[51] Hinojosa played college baseball for the Texas Longhorns and was a starter for three seasons.[52] In 2013 and 2014, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[53][54]

Hinojosa was selected in the 11th round of the 2015 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants. After signing with the team, he was assigned to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes of the Class A Short Season Northwest League.[55] Hinojosa started the 2016 season with the Class A-Advanced San Jose Giants, where he batted .296 in 69 games before being promoted to the Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels.[56] He hit .248 with Richmond before suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon in the final series of the season. Hinojosa was suspended for the first 50 games of the 2018 season after testing positive for a non-performance enhancing drug for a second time.[57] He returned to Richmond and finished the season with a .261 average with three home runs and 26 RBIs in 67 games played.[58]

Hinojosa was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for Erik Kratz on March 25, 2019.[58] He was assigned to the Biloxi Shuckers of the Southern League. Hinojosa batted .280 during the regular season and slashed .400/.393/.800 with four doubles, two home runs and nine RBIs in the Southern League Playoffs. He was transferred to the Triple-A San Antonio Missions at the end of the season.[59] He was released by the Brewers on June 4, 2020.[60]

After the 2020 minor league season was canceled, Hinojosa played in the temporary independent Constellation Energy League for the Sugar Land Lightning Sloths. He was signed by the Houston Astros to a minor league contract on January 25, 2021.[61] Hinojosa spent the 2021 season with the Triple-A Sugar Land Skeeters and batted .316 with 11 home runs and 67 RBIs in 107 games played.[62]

Hinojosa became a free agent at the end of the season and later signed a minor league contract with the San Diego Padres on December 16, 2021.[63] Hinojosa was named to the Padres' 2022 spring training roster as a non-roster invitee.[64]

Korry Howell

Korry Howell
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (1998-09-01) September 1, 1998 (age 23)
Chicago, Illinois
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Korry Howell (born September 1, 1998) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Howell attended Homewood-Flossmoor High School in Flossmoor, Illinois, and Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.[65] Following his freshman year at Kirkwood, he was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 19th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft, but did not sign.[66] As a sophomore at Kirkwood, he hit .401 with forty stolen bases over sixty games.[67] He was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 12th round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft, and signed for $210,000.[68]

Howell made his professional debut with the Rookie-level Arizona League Brewers, batting .311/.398/.350 over 28 games.[69] In 2019, he played with the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers of the Class A Midwest League with whom he hit .235 with two home runs, 22 RBIs, 12 doubles, and 19 stolen bases over 91 games.[70] He did not play a minor league game in 2020 after the cancellation of the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and spent the summer playing with the Joliet Slammers of the independent Frontier League.[71] To begin the 2021 season, he was assigned back to the Timber Rattlers, now members of the High-A Central.[72][73] He was promoted to the Biloxi Shuckers of the Double-A South in early August.[74] Over 107 games between the two clubs, he slashed .244/.349/.455 with 16 home runs, 51 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases.[75]

On April 6, 2022, Howell was traded to the San Diego Padres along with Brett Sullivan in exchange for Victor Caratini.[76] He was assigned to the San Antonio Missions of the Double-A Texas League to open the season.[77]

Alek Jacob

Alek Jacob
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1998-06-16) June 16, 1998 (age 24)
Spokane, Washington
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Alek Scott Jacob (born June 16, 1998) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Jacob grew up in Spokane, Washington and attended North Central High School.[78]

Jacob played college baseball career at Gonzaga. He was named to the West Coast Conference All-Freshman team.[79] As a senior, Jacob was named the West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year after going 8-1 with three saves, a 2.52 ERA, and 112 strikeouts in 85+23 innings pitched over 17 appearances with 11 starts.[80]

Jacob was selected in the 16th round by the San Diego Padres in the 2021 Major League Baseball draft.[81] He was assigned to the Rookie-level Arizona Complex League Padres to start his professional career before being promoted to the Lake Elsinore Storm of Low-A West.[82] Jacob began the 2022 season with the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the High-A Midwest League, where he won three games and surrendered no earned runs in four appearances before being promoted to the Double-A San Antonio Missions.[83]

Reggie Lawson

Reggie Lawson
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Born: (1997-08-02) August 2, 1997 (age 24)
Victorville, California
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Reginald Jefferson Lawson (born August 2, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Lawson attended Victor Valley High School in Victorville, California.[84] Lawson played in the 2015 Perfect Game All-American Classic.[85] Lawson was a member of Team USA when they won Gold at the 2015 WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup.[86][87] He had committed to play college baseball at Arizona State University.[84][88] Lawson was drafted by the San Diego Padres, with the 71st overall selection, in the Compensation Round B of the 2016 MLB draft.[89] He signed with the Padres for a $1.9 million signing bonus.[90]

Lawson made his professional debut in 2016 with the AZL Padres of the Rookie-level Arizona League, going 0–0 with a 8.31 ERA and 7 strikeouts over 8+23 innings . He spent the 2017 season with the Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Class A Midwest League, going 4–6 with a 5.30 ERA and 89 strikeouts over 73 innings.[91] Lawson spent the 2018 season with the Lake Elsinore Storm of the Class A-Advanced California League, going 8–5 with a 4.69 ERA and 117 strikeouts over 117 innings.[92][93] In 2019, Lawson played for the Amarillo Sod Poodles of the Double-A Texas League, going 3–1 with a 5.20 ERA and 36 strikeouts over 27+23 innings .[94] He appeared in just six games due to an elbow injury.[95][96] Following the 2019 season, Lawson played for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League.[96][97]

Lawson did not play a minor league game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. He underwent Tommy John surgery in March 2020.[98] On November 20, 2020, Lawson was added to the 40-man roster.[99] Lawson missed a large portion of the 2021 season recovering from Tommy John, and pitched only 6+23 minor league innings, allowing 10 runs. He was outrighted off of the 40-man roster following the season on November 19, 2021.[100]

Joshua Mears

Joshua Mears
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (2001-02-21) February 21, 2001 (age 21)
Kirkland, Washington
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Joshua Livingstone Mears (born February 21, 2001) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Mears was born in Kirkland, Washington and attended Federal Way High School. He batted .509 with ten home runs as a senior.[101] Mears had committed to play college baseball at Purdue University prior to being drafted.[102]

Mears was selected in the second round of the 2019 Major League Baseball draft by the San Diego Padres and received a $1 million signing bonus.[103][104] After signing with the team, he was assigned to the Arizona League Padres and batted .253 with seven home runs, 24 RBIs, and thirty runs scored in 166 at-bats.[105] Mears was named to the Padres' 2021 Spring Training roster as a non-roster invitee and entered the season as the organization's 10th-ranked prospect by MLB.com.[106] He was assigned to the Low-A Lake Elsinore Storm for the 2021 season.[107] Over 71 games, he slashed .244/.368/.529 with 17 home runs, 48 RBIs, and ten stolen bases. He missed time during the season due to injury.[108]

Eguy Rosario

Eguy Rosario
EguyRosario.jpg
Rosario in 2022 with the El Paso Chihuahuas
San Diego Padres – No. 32
Infielder
Born: (1999-08-25) August 25, 1999 (age 22)
Juan Baron, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Eguy Rosario (born August 25, 1999) is a Dominican professional baseball infielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Rosario signed with the San Diego Padres as an international free agent in 2015.[109] After the 2021 season he played in the Arizona Fall League.[110][111] On November 19, 2021, the Padres selected Rosario's contract and added him to the 40-man roster.

Esteury Ruiz

Esteury Ruiz
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (1999-02-15) February 15, 1999 (age 23)
Azua, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Esteury Ruiz (born February 15, 1999) is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Ruiz signed with the Kansas City Royals as an international free agent in 2015.[112] He made his professional debut in 2016 with the Dominican Summer League Royals and started 2017 with the Arizona League Royals.

On July 24, 2017, the Royals traded Ruiz, Matt Strahm and Travis Wood to the San Diego Padres for Trevor Cahill, Ryan Buchter and Brandon Maurer.[113][114] He began his Padres career with the Arizona League Padres.[115] He played 2018 with the Fort Wayne TinCaps and 2019 with the Lake Elsinore Storm. He did not play for a team in 2020 due to the Minor League Baseball season being cancelled because of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Ruiz returned in 2021 to play for the San Antonio Missions and returned there to start the 2022 season.[116]

Brett Sullivan

Brett Sullivan
San Diego Padres
Catcher
Born: (1994-02-22) February 22, 1994 (age 28)
Stockton, California
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Brett Charles Sullivan (born February 22, 1994) is an American professional baseball catcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

Sullivan played college baseball at the University of the Pacific. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 17th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft. He played in the Rays organization until 2021.

Sullivan signed a major league deal with the Milwaukee Brewers on December 1, 2021.[117]

On April 6, 2022, Sullivan was traded to the San Diego Padres along with Korry Howell in exchange for Víctor Caratini.[118]

James Wood

James Wood
San Diego Padres
Outfielder
Born: (2002-09-17) September 17, 2002 (age 19)
Rockville, Maryland
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

James Irvin Wood (born September 17, 2002) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the San Diego Padres organization.

Wood grew up in Olney, Maryland and initially attended St. John's College High School, where he played baseball and basketball. He transferred to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida after his sophomore season, giving up basketball in order to focus solely on baseball.[119][120] He committed to play college baseball at Mississippi State shortly before transferring to IMG.[121] After playing in the 2020 Area Code Games, Wood entered his senior year as a top prospect in the 2021 MLB Draft.[122][123] Wood batted .258 as a senior, causing him to fall slightly in most draft prospect rankings.[124]

Wood was selected with the 62nd overall pick in the 2021 Major League Baseball draft by the San Diego Padres.[125][126] He signed with the team on July 20, 2021, and received a $2.6 million signing bonus.[127] Wood was assigned to the Rookie-level Arizona Complex League Padres to start his professional career, batting .372 with three home runs, 22 RBIs, and ten stolen bases over 26 games.[128] He opened the 2022 season with the Lake Elsinore Storm of the Single-A California League.[129]

Wood's father, Kenny Wood, played college basketball at Richmond, where he is a member of the school's athletic hall of fame, and professionally in Europe.[130]

Full Triple-A to Rookie League rosters

Triple-A

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Catchers

  • 25 Michael Cantu
  • 11 Yorman Rodríguez

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Robby Hammock (bench coach)
  • -- Jon Mathews (hitting)
  • -- Mike McCarthy (defensive)


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Double-A

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Pitchers

  • 17 Carlos Belen
  • 26 Jason Blanchard
  • 11 Tom Cosgrove
  • 15 Thomas Eshelman
  • 28 Angel Felipe
  • 25 Henry Henry
  • 18 Osvaldo Hernandez
  • 20 Kevin Kopps
  • 33 Ryan Lillie
  • 29 Moises Lugo
  • 24 Dwayne Matos
  • 21 Gabe Morales
  • 4 Gabe Mosser
  • 22 Ramon Perez
  • 14 Matt Waldron
  • 9 Nolan Watson

Catchers

  • 13 Michael Cantu ~
  • 8 Yorman Rodriguez
  • 5 Chandler Seagle

Infielders

  • 7 Brandon Dixon
  • 12 Chris Givin
  • 6 Connor Hollis
  • 3 Esteury Ruiz
  • 10 Mitch Walding

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  •  2 Shane Robinson (bench)
  • 23 Raul Padron (hitting)
  • 31 Pete Zamora (pitching)


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High-A

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Pitchers

  • 24 Edwuin Bencomo
  • 26 Luke Boyd
  • 22 Danny Denz
  • 12 Mason Feole
  • 13 Carlos Guarate
  • 16 Sam Keating
  • 32 Connor Lehmann
  • 37 Moises Lugo
  • 27 Felix Minjarez
  • 8 Gabe Mosser
  • 39 Ramon Perez
  • -- Hazahel Quijada
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  • 17 Erik Sabrowski
  • 38 Fred Schlichtholz
  • 29 Austin Smith
  • 25 Wen-Hua Sung
  • 23 Noel Vela

Catchers

  • 11 Jonny Homza
  • 14 Adam Kerner
  • 17 Yorman Rodriguez

Infielders

  • 36 Kelvin Alarcon
  •  7 Luis Almanzar
  •  4 Chris Givin
  •  1 Reinaldo Ilarraza
  • 20 Justin Lopez
  •  2 Zack Mathis
  •  3 Ethan Skender

Outfielders

  •  9 Grant Little
  • 28 Tyler Malone
  • 30 Tiso Ornelas


Manager

  • 10 Anthony Contreras

Coaches

  • 21 Felipe Blanco (fielding)
  • 25 Jimmy Jones (pitching)
  •  5 Jon Mathews (hitting)

60-day injured list

  • -- Jason Blanchard
  • -- Jose Geraldo
  • -- Chris Lincoln
  • -- Carter Loewen
  • 15 Cody Tyler

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  • 27 Cullen Dana
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  • 39 Jose Garcia
  • 41 Jeferson Garcia
  • 27 Jose Geraldo
  •  8 Carlos Guarate
  • 34 Connor Lehmann
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  • 26 Jesus Lugo
  • 34 Dwayne Matos
  • 20 Michell Miliano
  • 66 Felix Minjarez
  • 14 Gabe Morales
  • 30 Duilio Ochoa
  • 31 Ramon Perez
  • 33 Jason Reynolds
  • 28 Miguel Rondon
  • 25 Fernando Sanchez
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  • 40 Levi Thomas
  • 11 Nick Thwaits
  •  1 Noel Vela
  • 21 Chase Walter

Catchers

  • 16 Alison Quintero
  • 17 Brandon Valenzuela

Infielders

  • 32 Kelvin Alarcon
  •  4 Euribiel Angeles
  •  3 Jordy Barley
  •  2 Jarryd Dale
  • 19 Zack Mathis
  •  5 Ripken Reyes
  • 13 Jack Stronach
  • -- Michael Suarez

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • 52 Jonathan Meyer (coach)
  • 15 Pat O'Sullivan (hitting)
  • 29 Leo Rosales (pitching)

60-day injured list

  • -- Nerwilian Cedeno
  • -- Jesus Cisneros
  • -- Matt Lachappa

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Rookie

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Pitchers

  • 43 Luarbert Arias
  • -- Blake Baker
  • 36 Sam Ballard ‡
  • 68 Wilton Castillo
  • -- Octavio Castillo ~
  • 29 Jesus Gonzalez
  • 90 Manny Guzman
  • 98 Jagger Haynes
  • 87 Yerry Landinez
  • 97 Justin Lange
  • 24 Victor Lizarraga
  • 45 Frank Lopez
  • 10 Edgar Martinez
  • -- Seth Mayberry
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  • 78 Brayan Medina
  • 59 Joshua Paulina
  • 71 Body Rascon
  • 88 Jose Luis Reyes
  • 70 Evan Sweeting
  • 38 Alexuan Vega
  • -- Riley Yeatman †

Catchers

  • 74 Jared Alvarez-Lopez
  • 18 Anderson Arias
  • 12 Victor Duarte
  • 84 Matias Polanco
  • 21 Alex Ramirez
  • -- Wynston Sawyer
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  •  8 Wilfredo Tovar

Infielders

  • 26 Neifi Antunez
  • 17 Charlis Aquino
  • 46 Vladimir Echavarria
  • 32 Albert Fabian
  • 11 Carlos Luis
  • 79 Anthony Nunez
  •  9 Luis Paz
  • 96 Willmert Paula
  • 64 Bryan Torres

Outfielders

  • -- Reginald Dowston
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  • 44 Cristian Heredia
  • 36 Pierce Jones
  • 14 Taylor Lomack
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  • 14 Edwin Rojas
  • 13 Rubem Salinas


Manager

  • 30 Miguel Del Castillo

Coaches

  • 24 Matt Hancock (pitching)
  • 23 Jed Morris (hitting)
  •  4 Lukas Ray (fielding)
  • 27 Christian Wonders (rehab pitching)


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  • 49 Jonathan Alcantara
  • 53 Manuel Avila
  • -- Elias Batista §
  • 50 Ramiro Batista
  • 18 Alfredo Castaneda
  • 34 Jesus Cisneros
  • 43 Luis Crisostomo
  • 36 Jonfy Diaz
  • -- Jairo Iriarte
  • 20 Alejandro Lugo
  • 40 Jesus Lugo
  • 26 Dwayne Matos
  • 48 Alan Mundo
  • 41 Abismael Paulino
  • 23 Nick Rios
  • 21 Mauricio Rodriguez
  • 51 Gilberto Sosa
  • -- Heriberto Sosa
  • 32 Jessel Soto
  • -- Alfonzo Urosa

Catchers

  • 14 Andelson Arias
  • 23 Victor Duarte
  • 16 Alex Ramirez
  •  9 Wilfredo Tovar

Infielders

  • 13 Euribiel Angeles
  • 15 Neifi Antunez
  • -- Nerwilian Cedeno
  • 11 Josttin Diaz
  • 22 Albert Fabian
  •  1 Willmert Paula
  • 27 Axcel Peralta

Outfielders

  • 37 Reginald Dowston
  •  4 Eduard Hidalgo
  • 44 Eddyson Moreno
  • 21 Edwin Rojas
  • 28 Jose Velez
  • 24 Carlos Vergara


Manager

  • -- Miguel Del Castillo

Coaches

  • -- Nelson Cruz (pitching)
  • -- Yunir Garcia (hitting)
  • -- Jhonaldo Pozo (coach)


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7-day injured list
* On San Diego Padres 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated October 3, 2019
Transactions
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San Diego Padres minor league players

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