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Triple-A El Paso - Right fielder Franmil Reyes

The 22-year-old slugger packed a month into last week. He was 17-for-28 (.607) with a double and eight homers while scoring 13 runs and driving in 14. He had a .645 on-base percentage and a 1.000 slugging percentage for a 2.145 OPS. The 6-foot-5, 240-pound Reyes is hitting .339 on the season. He leads the Pacific Coast League with 13 homers and is tied for the league leads in RBIs (34) and runs scored (29).

Insider's Note: Franmil hits the ball harder than anyone in the system. He is locked in at the plate.

Double-A San Antonio - Shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr.

Slow starts are nothing new to the Padres' top-ranked prospect according to MLB Pipeline. The 19-year-old warmed up last week, going 10-for-32 with four doubles, a triple, three home runs, three walks, nine runs scored and eight RBIs. In addition to a .313 batting average for the week, Tatis Jr. had a .405 on-base percentage and a .781 slugging percentage and a 1.187 OPS. Tatis Jr. is hitting .218 for the season with six homers.

Insider's Note: Fernando is impacting the game in all phases - he's flying around the bases, playing elite defense at shortstop and damaging the baseball at the plate.

Advanced Single-A Lake Elsinore - Third baseman Hudson Potts

Potts, 19, was 7-for-28 last week with two doubles and three homers for seven RBIs and seven runs scored. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Potts also drew two walks and stole a base for a slash line of .250/.300/.643/.943. One of three first-round draft picks by the Padres in 2016, Potts is hitting .270 on the season with nine doubles, seven homers, 16 RBIs and 20 runs scored.

Insider's Note: Hudson is talented with a lot of tools. He has the potential to have plus power, run and defend. He is a dynamic player. 

Single-A Fort Wayne - Infielder Justin Lopez

The youngest player in the Midwest League turns 18 today. Lopez was 6-for-20 last week with two doubles, a triple and a home run for five RBIs and a run scored. The native of Venezuela is hitting .222 on the season with five doubles, a triple and a home run with eight RBIs and five runs scored. Lopez has played second, short and third for the TinCaps with a .635 OPS.

Insider's Note: Justin turns a double play faster than anyone in the system. He's a young slick defender and is growing into some strength.