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<h2 >Suwinski, Reyes also interesting candidates</h2 ><p ><em >By Bill Center</em ></p ><p ><img src="*t-1dTyYgnFjkM84mNltjJg.jpeg"/ alt="Cuban Oña Leads the List of Right Field Prospects" ></p >Jorge Oña makes a throw from the outfield during game action in Fort Wayne<p >Midway through last season, the future of right field for the Padres seemed to be set.</p ><p >Twenty-five-year-old <strong >Hunter Renfroe</strong > seemed to be entrenched. Then the Padres decided the rookie slugger needed to work on some parts of his game — such as pitch selection, getting on base and defense — and dispatched Renfroe to Triple-A El Paso.</p ><p >Renfroe returned to finish the season with the Padres and set the franchise record for homers by a rookie, his total of 26 eclipsing the 24 that first baseman <strong >Nate Colbert</strong > hit with the original Padres in 1969.</p ><p >Renfroe finished the season with a .231 average and a .284 on-base percentage. He also had 25 doubles, a triple, 56 RBIs and 51 runs scored. But he struck out 140 times while drawing only 27 walks in 475 plate appearances.</p ><p >However, Renfroe’s grip on right field appears firm at the moment.</p ><p ><img src=" *KjMOVIrWE8N05lvpMsV3AQ.jpeg"/ alt="Cuban Oña Leads the List of Right Field Prospects" ></p >Jorge Oña waits for a pitch at the plate during a game with the TinCaps<p >The top right field prospect in the Padres system right now is 20-year-old <strong >Jorge Oña</strong >. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Cuban, who is ranked the Padres’ №11 prospect by <code data-tlink="http://m.mlb.com/prospects/2017?list=sd" rel="noopener" data-target="_blank" >MLB Pipeline</code >, spent his first season in the United States at Single-A Fort Wayne.</p ><p >But he is the only right field prospect ranked among the Padres’ top-30 prospects. The next-highest right field prospects would appear to be <strong >Franmil Reyes</strong > and <strong >Jack Suwinski</strong >.</p ><p >Reyes, 22, who played 135 games at Double-A San Antonio in 2017, is the Padres’ most advanced right field prospect. The Padres had minor league veterans making most of the starts in right this season at El Paso.</p ><p >Reyes, a 2011 signing out of the Dominican Republic, hit .258 for the Missions with 27 doubles, a triple and 25 homers for 102 RBIs and 79 runs scored. He also had a .322 on-base percentage with a .464 slugging percentage for a .785 OPS. He led the Texas League in homers and led San Antonio in doubles, homers, RBIs and runs scored.</p ><p ><img src=" *7oXAEMesuFBgdcWPbv87aA.jpeg"/ alt="Cuban Oña Leads the List of Right Field Prospects" ></p >Jack Suwinski leaps for a ball in right field during game action with the TinCaps<p >Ona and Suwinski both played for Fort Wayne this season.</p ><p >Ona hit .277 in 107 games with 18 doubles, a triple and 11 home runs. He had a .351 on-base percentage and a .405 slugging percentage for a .755 OPS.</p ><p >Suwinski, 19, was the Padres’ 15th-round pick in the 2016 draft. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound, left-handed hitter batted .227 in 125 games for the TinCaps this year with 21 doubles, four triples and nine homers. He draw 55 walks for a .319 OPS.</p >
Suwinski, Reyes also interesting candidates
By Bill Center
Jorge Oña makes a throw from the outfield during game action in Fort Wayne
Midway through last season, the future of right field for the Padres seemed to be set.
Twenty-five-year-old Hunter Renfroe seemed to be entrenched. Then the Padres decided the rookie slugger needed to work on some parts of his game — such as pitch selection, getting on base and defense — and dispatched Renfroe to Triple-A El Paso.
Renfroe returned to finish the season with the Padres and set the franchise record for homers by a rookie, his total of 26 eclipsing the 24 that first baseman Nate Colbert hit with the original Padres in 1969.
Renfroe finished the season with a .231 average and a .284 on-base percentage. He also had 25 doubles, a triple, 56 RBIs and...
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