Padres Rumors: Headley, Grandal, Int’l Signings

Padres General Manager Josh Byrnes says that he doesn't expect Chase Headley to be traded this winter, tweets Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports.  The Padres like their offense and want to keep it in tact, but will look to bolster their pitching this offseason.  Here's more out of San Diego..

  • Speaking of Headley, a baseball source tells Corey Brock of that no discussions about a multi-year have taken place yet between him and the club.  Earlier this week, it was reported that the third baseman had some extension talks with Byrnes & Co.  Headley is set to hit the open market after the 2014 season.
  • Byrnes indicated to Morosi (via Twitter) that he's unlikely to look for a starting catcher after the suspension of Yasmani Grandal.  Instead, the Padres will work with Nick Hundley and John Baker during Grandal's 50-game suspension.
  • The Padres have signed four amateur prospects from Latin America, according to Ben Badler of Baseball America.  Dominican outfielder Euri Minaya, a 6-foot-4, 200 pound power hitter, was the biggest signing of the bunch at $700K.

8 Responses to Padres Rumors: Headley, Grandal, Int’l Signings Leave a Reply

  1. Gumby65 3 years ago

    Not to be nit picky, but “intact”…

  2. Beersy 3 years ago

    Hopefully Hundley can regain some trade value during the 1st 50 games of the season while covering for Grandal. If so, he could bring a decent piece back in a deal.

    • The biggest problem stemming from Grandal’s suspension is that several teams were interested in trading for Hundley so far this off season.

      • Beersy 3 years ago

        Where had you heard there was big interest in Hundley? Any teams mentioned?

  3. formerdraftpick 3 years ago

    Would Yasmani Grandal have been off the hook if he was in Colorado or Washington considering the new laws that just passed in those states?

    • stl_cards16 3 years ago

      Yes, since having a high testosterone level is illegal in the other 48 states……

  4. UrsaMajor 3 years ago

    Lamarr Hoyt to Harvey Korman: “Who’s that on third for the Padres?”
    Harvey: “That’s HEADLEY, Lamarr”

  5. Thats interesting, because Byrnes said there had been discussions.

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