Why hello there. This article will look at the position battles in each division. Todayâ€™s topic, for the rare reader that ignores the title, is the NL East. By the way, Iâ€™m all in on non-Marlins pitchers in the NL East. Do any of those lineups look devastating? Not really. And youâ€™ll probably get a win each time they face the Marlins. Anyway, hereâ€™s some of the position battles to keep an eye on in the NL East:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yesterday,Â Jason KipnisÂ went 2-for-4 with his 13th homer. Â Member when he had 11 homers going into the All-Star break and we were like, “Yo, I’d let Kipnis sleep with my baby’s mama. Â He earned that shizz, yo. Â Just make sure you change the sheets, that’s all I ask. Â Please, blog, may I have some more?Please, blog, may I have some more?
San Diego Padres 2010 Minor League Review
Overall farm talent ranking via Baseball America (2010):
2010 (20) | 2009 (29) | 2008 (12) | 2007 (29) | 2006 (29) | 2005 (27) | 2004 (25)
Record of Each Affiliate:
Majors: [90 â€“ 72] NL West
AAA: [59 â€“ 85] Pacific Coast League â€“ Portland
AA: [68 â€“ 72] Texas League â€“ San Antonio
A+: [81 â€“ 59] California League â€“ Lake Elsinore
A: [77 â€“ 63] Midwest League â€“ Fort Wayne
A(ss): [32 â€“ 44] Northwest League â€“ Eugene
R: [20 â€“ 35] Arizona Rookie League