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|Austin Hedges re-assigned to minor-league camp |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(3/24/14) The Padres re-assigned catcher Austin Hedges to minor-league camp on Sunday. He batted .278/.333/.278 with six RBI in 18 at-bats this spring.
|Padres' top two prospects among 18 non-roster invites |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(1/23/14) The Padres announced Thursday 18 players received non-roster invites to spring training. Among the 18 players invited to spring training are catcher Austin Hedges and starting pitcher Matt Wisler, who are considered the team's top two prospects by Baseball America.
Other top prospects receiving invites were shortstop Jace Peterson (No. 7) and starting pitcher Joe Ross (No. 10). 2011 first-round pick Cory Spangenberg was also on the list.
The remaining players coming to camp as non-roster invites are Blaine Boyer, Leonel Campos, Anthony Carter, Dennis O'Grady, Adys Portillo, Kevin Quackenbush, Cody Decker, Alex Dickerson, Rico Noel, Daniel Robertson, Jonathan Galvez, Alberto Gonzalez and Xavier Nady.
|Padres' top catcher prospect headed to Double-A |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(7/31/13) The Padres promoted catcher prospect Austin Hedges from Class A Lake Elsinore to Double-A San Antonio, MLB.com reported Wednesday. Hedges, who is considered the Padres' No. 2 prospect by MLB.com, hit .263 with one triple, three home runs, 21 doubles and 26 RBI in 65 games for Lake Elsinore.
|Padres prospect Austin Hedges has injury scare |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(4/25/13) Padres catching prospect Austin Hedges had to leave Wednesday's Class-A game.
Hedges was involved in a collision at the plate in the sixth inning and could not continue playing. After the game, Hedges said, "it's just a little sore, but it's nothing serious." There has been no update on whether Hedges will miss any games.
|Padres boot two from roster |
|by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com|
(3/9/13) The San Diego Padres continued shaping their roster during spring training Saturday and assigned the following players to their minor-league camp: catcher Austin Hedges and starting pitcher Jose De Paula.
|Austin Hedges is one of those prospects who'll show up higher in real-life rankings than Fantasy rankings because of everything he does behind the plate. In terms of receiving, blocking, throwing out base runners and every intangible that would apply to a catcher, he's the bee's knees. In terms of productivity ... well, let's just say he should get better. True, he's only 21, and catchers are notoriously slow to develop, but it takes a special brand of hitter to produce a sub-.400 slugging percentage in a year spent mostly in the heavy-hitting California League, even if he was the youngest full-time catcher there. Is it entirely indicative of his potential? Of course not. Scouts generally like Hedges' stroke and project him for average power, putting his upside somewhere in the neighborhood of A.J. Pierzynski. But while Pierzynski has had and continues to have a quality career, most mixed-league owners would consider him a fringy option. Hedges is a safe long-term keeper since he's sure to play full-time someday, but if Pierzynski is the best he can do, he's not a particularly exciting one.
(Updated 1/15/14) |
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