The El Paso Chihuahuas and San Diego Padres yesterday announced the roster of the El Paso team, which is listed in the current Triple- The opening day of the first season of the A West League. On MLB.com, 5 of the top 30 best players in Padres are considered the best players. Among them, 11 are players with major league experience and 7 return to El Paso (El Paso). )player of.
Brad Taylor, senior vice president and general manager of Chihuahua, said: “Baseball is back in Sun City. We are very happy to have a group of such players wearing Chihuahua jerseys to start the 2021 season.”
The five players in the top 30 sect priests are MacKenzie Gore (1), Luis Campusano (3), Tucupita Marcano (6), Mason Thompson (11) and Steven Wilson (17).
MacKenzie Gore (MacKenzie Gore), pitcher, was drafted by the Padres in the first round of the amateur draft held in June 2017 at Whiteville High School in North Carolina. He is 22 years old this year and is a potential number one. He pitched in High-A for Lake Elsinore and Double-A in Yellow in 2019.
Luis Campusano (Luis Campusano), the relay, was drafted by the priests in the second round of the June 2017 amateur trials at Cross Creek High School in Georgia. He is 22 years old and is the third sight. He has played part of the last two major league seasons with the Padres.
Gallery Pita Marcano (Tucupita Marcano), frontcourt/outcourt. He signed a Padres international free agent contract from Venezuela in 2016. The prospect is sixth. He has participated in 10 major league games in San Diego this season.
Mason Thompson, pitcher, was drafted by Padres in the third round of the amateur draft from Round Rock High School in Texas in June 2016. He is 23 years old and ranked 11th. He was selected for Lake Elsinore in the High-A and the 2019 Arizona Rookie League.
Steven Wilson, pitcher, was drafted by Padres at the eighth-round amateur draft held from Santa Clara University in June 2018. He is 26 years old this year, he is the 17th sight, and he will compete in Chihuahua in 2019.