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Triple-A El Paso - Outfielder Forrestt Allday

Signed as a minor league free agent last winter, the 5-foot-11, 190-pound 27-year-old finished last week on a seven-game hitting streak. He was 18-for-30 for the week with five doubles, a triple, two home runs, four stolen bases, three walks, eight RBIs and 12 runs scored. He was 10-for-14 over the last three games of the week. For the week, he had a slash line of .600/.657/1.033/1.690 and is hitting .323 since being promoted from San Antonio.  

Insider's Note: Forrestt has been clutch in every big situation that he has come to the plate for. He has been performing under pressure in big moments.

Double-A San Antonio - Left fielder/first baseman Josh Naylor

Naylor strengthened his Major League prospectus this season by moving to the outfield. Naylor, who turned 21 on June 22, is hitting .315 on the season and is tied for the Texas League-lead in RBIs with 58. Naylor was 9-for-25 (.360) last week with two homers, four RBIs and seven walks against four strikeouts. He had a .500 on-base percentage and a .600 slugging percentage for a 1.100 OPS for the week.

Insider's Note: Josh is a valuable player that can play both the outfield and first base. He has big time power that can get the ball up into the ballpark lights when he clips it right.

Advanced Single-A Lake Elsinore - Left fielder Nate Easley

The Padres' 23-round pick in the 2016 draft, the 5-foot-10, 170-pound Easley was 10-for-22 last week with two doubles, a triple, three walks and three stolen bases for four RBIs and seven runs scored. He finished the week on an eight-game hitting streak.  Easley hit .455 last week with a .520 on-base percentage, a .636 slugging percentage and a 1.156 OPS. He is hitting .265 on the season.

Insider's Note: Nate has great instincts on the field. He can play everywhere defensively and is a hardnosed gritty ball player.

Single-A Fort Wayne - Left fielder Robbie Podorsky

The 5-foot-7, 170-pound 23-year-old has done nothing but hit since the Padres drafted him in the 25th round of the 2017 draft. He has hit .364 since being promoted to the TinCaps with 52 hits, 19 steals and 27 runs scored in 40 games. Last week he was 12-for-23 (.522) with a double, a triple, five walks, a stolen base, four runs scored and seven RBIs. He had a .607 on-base percentage and .652 on-base percentage for a 1.259 OPS.  

Insider's Note: Robbie is a "flyer" on the bases and in the outfield. He really causes havoc everywhere he is and is a spark plug for his team.

Short-Season Single-A Tri-City - Second baseman/shortstop Olivier Basabe

A native of Venezuela who was drafted in the eighth round of the 2017 draft out of Faulkner University, the 5-foot-11, 190-pound Basabe turns 21 on July 15. He was 9-for-19 last week with three doubles, a home run, two walks, three runs scored and five RBIs for a slash line of .474/.524/.789/1.313. Basabe finished the week hitting .302 on the season.   

Insider's Note: Olivier has been crushing the ball lately. He has big arm strength and good pop at the plate.

Single-A Dominican Summer League - Shortstop Yeison Santana

The 17-year-old native of the Dominican Republic, was 8-for-16 last week with eight walks. He also stole two bases and hit two sacrifice flies with seven runs scored and five RBIs last week for a slash line of .500/.667/.500/1.167. Santana is hitting .265 on the season, but he has 26 hits in as many games for a. 412 on-base percentage. He has also scored 20 runs with 21 RBIs.

Insider's Note: Yeison is off to an impressive start. He is a talented young shortstop that continues to impress as he keeps playing games and gaining experience.

Arizona Rookie League - Shortstop Jordy Barley

After a slow start, the 18-year-old Barley was 8-for-19 last week with two doubles, two home runs, two walks, three stolen bases, two hit-by-pitches, eight runs scored and five RBIs last week for a slash line of .421/.476/.842/1.318. A member of the 2016 international signing class, Barley is from San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic, which was once known in baseball circles as the "cradle of shortstops."

Insider's Note: Jordy is one of the twitchiest, most athletic kids in the entire system. He is an extremely dynamic player that can run with anybody as well as drive the ball out of the yard and display big time arm strength. He has big time tools.