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Chris Paddack

SP | San Diego Padres
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 23 (1996-01-08)
Ht / Wt: 0'0" / 195 lbs.

2018 Stats Snapshot

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Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
371------$131.92---
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3/14:San Diego Padres starter Chris Paddack continued to impress on Wednesday, recording six strikeouts across four innings against the mostly big-league Los Angeles Angels lineup. He gave up just one run, five hits and zero walks. With 20 strikeouts and a 14.2 K/9, Paddack leads all spring training pitchers in strikeouts. Baseball’s No. 34 prospect was expected to be slow-played into the majors after undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2017, but now a spot on the starting rotation seems inevitable. MLB.com’s AJ Cassavell gives Paddack an “80 percent” chance to make the rotation, likely as the Friars third starter. Durability risks linger, but the 23-year-old wowed in the minors last season (2.10 ERA, 0.82 WHIP, 35 percent strikeout rate) with his pinpoint control and killer changeup. Paddack continues to wallow in fantasy drafts with an ADP north of 400, but his appeal is undeniably growing.--Andrew Le - RotoBaller
Source: MLB.com

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  • @sdutSanders: RT @sdutKevinAcee: Updated with news Paddack will start tomorrow, Strahm on Wednesday and what rotation maneuvers might mean. https://t.co/…
  • @dennistlin: Chris Paddack will pitch in a prospects game tomorrow. Nick Margevicius remains scheduled to start against the D-backs.
  • @UTPadres: RT @sdutSanders: #Padres position battle: Less than two weeks away from the start of the season, the rotation race is wide open. Who starts…
  • @sdutSanders: #Padres position battle: Less than two weeks away from the start of the season, the rotation race is wide open. Who… https://t.co/WdemDoYx8F
  • @dennistlin: @gfee0907 @enosarris They have a workload excuse to option Paddack later in the season, if he's up on OD. The optic… https://t.co/iWE2GSwrpv
  • @sdutSanders: RT @sdutKevinAcee: “I just continue to tell myself I’m the best pitcher in the world,”

    #Padres notes:
    Paddack K’ing.
    Hedges, Mejia mash…
  • @dennistlin: RT @TheAthleticSD: Padres pitching prospect Anderson Espinoza had Tommy John surgery when he was just 19. Now, two years later, he looks to…
  • @dennistlin: With six more strikeouts tonight, Chris Paddack appears to be the outright K leader for both spring training league… https://t.co/A3ZDPCpkTy
  • @dennistlin: Wil Myers looked very rangy making a leaping, inning-ending catch in center field. An appreciative Chris Paddack wa… https://t.co/h85UjuWNEX

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

San Diego Padres Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Fernando Tatis Jr. (SS)
  2. Mackenzie Gore (SP)
  3. Chris Paddack (SP)
  4. Luis Urias (2B)
  5. Francisco Mejia (C)
  6. Xavier Edwards (2B)
  7. Adrian Morejon (SP)
  8. Josh Naylor (1B)
  9. Luis Patino (SP)
  10. Cal Quantrill (SP)

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