A look at who joined the Padres organization in Thursday's Rule 5 draft.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. • For the second consecutive winter, the San Diego Padres, disinterested in contending, took a young, upside prospect from deep inside the Cardinals' organization with an intent to let him grow on the job, in the majors. And the Cardinals have allowed it to happen. A roster bind
The Padres non-tendered Tyson Ross last week in lieu of paying the injured right-hander an estimated $9.6MM via arbitration in 2017. Now a free agent, Ross is looking for similar money – $9MM to $11MM – on a one-year deal, and that likely doesn't include incentives, according to Evan Grant of the