The Padres enter 2013 with a relatively strong farm system, though much of the promise, particularly…
Minor League Camp Report: March 15
Adys Portillo threw two innings against the Royals' Double-A squad, turning in the quintessential Portillo performance. In the first inning, he was utterly dominating, getting two broken-bat grounders and a strikeout. He was throwing 94-95 MPH with the fastball and flashed both a hard slider at 88 and a slower, cutting ball at 80-81. He looked like a true ace. Then, in the second inning, he lost his feel. He opened the frame airmailing two of his first three pitches to Kenny Diekroeger on his way to a walk. He bounced back to induce a grounder, but Cory Spangenberg couldn't field what...
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