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Triple-A El Paso - Infielder Dusty Coleman

Coleman, 30, who spent time with the Padres last season, finished the week on a six-game hitting streak. He was 7-for-20 last week with two doubles, two homers, two walks, six runs scored and four RBIs. He also hit three homers in his last seven games. Coleman hit .350 for the week with a .458 on-base percentage and a .750 slugging percentage for a 1.208 OPS. He has 10 homers and 22 RBIs in 178 at-bats this season.

Insider's Note: Dusty is an excellent defender that can play all over the diamond. He's had some huge at bats for his team in the clutch, but a true difference maker with the glove on his hand. 

Double-A San Antonio - Left-handed starter Logan Allen

The Padres' 10th-ranked prospect allowed a run on three hits and a walk with four strikeouts in his most recent start at Frisco. Over his last two starts, Allen has allowed four runs on seven hits and three walks with 11 strikeouts in 12 2/3 innings. On the season, the 6-foot-3, 21-year-old is 9-4 with a 2.68 ERA in 16 games (15 starts) with a .199 opponents' batting average and a 1.06 WHIP. He has 106 strikeouts in 97 1/3 innings.

Insider's Note: He has amazing game tempo on the mound, stacking hitters with a strong arsenal of pitches. 

Advanced Single-A Lake Elsinore - Catcher Luis Torrens

After spending the entire 2017 season with the Padres as a Rule 5 free agent, the 22-year-old Venezuelan was 14-for-34 last week with three doubles, two walks, seven runs scored and nine RBIs for a slash line of .412/.459/.500/.959. Torrens is hitting .281 on the season with a .320 on-base percentage and a .410 slugging percentage for a .720 OPS. Torrens has 22 doubles, three triples, four homers, 43 RBIs and 37 runs scored on the season.

Insider's Note: Torrens brings power to all fields in the batter's box. Has a plus arm behind the plate and he can really throw. 

Single-A Fort Wayne - Right-handed starter Luis Patiño

Recently added to the Padres' Top-30 prospect list at No. 25, the 18-year-old from Colombia allowed only one unearned run on three hits and five walks in two starts last week with 13 strikeouts in 10 2/3 innings for a 0.00 ERA and a 0.75 WHIP. The 6-foot, 170-pounder is 3-3 with a 2.28 ERA in 10 starts this season. He also has a 1.10 WHIP and and .224 opponents' batting average. Patiño has 54 strikeouts in 47 1/3 innings.

Insider's Note: Luis is arguably one of the best athletes in the system. He's an extraordinary worker with big time talent.

Short-Season Single-A Tri-City - Right-handed starter Henry Henry

The 6-foot-4, 178-pound right-hander with the double-double name is 2-0 in his last two starts with one run allowed on six hits and two walks with 10 strikeouts in 12 innings with a 0.75 ERA with a 0.67 WHIP. In his last start, the 19-year-old native of the Dominican Republic allowed three hits and a walk with three strikeouts over seven innings. He is 3-1 on the season with a 2.43 ERA in six starts with a 1.05 WHIP.   

Insider's Note: Henry is really throwing the ball well right now. He's using all of his pitches and is on the attack when on the rubber. 

Single-A Dominican Summer League - First baseman Emmanuel Guerra

The 6-foot-3, 185-pound 17-year-old was 7-for-16 last week with five walks, a double and a homer for seven runs scored and three RBIs. He had a .438 batting average, a .750 slugging percentage and a .688 slugging percentage for a 1.438 OPS. Guerra has drawn 25 walks with 25 runs scored and 25 RBIs in 29 games with a seasonal slash line of .238/.406/.436/.842.

Insider's Note: Emmanuel plays both corners of the infield. He's a big, strong kid putting together good at bats 

Arizona Rookie League - Second baseman Tucupita Marcano

The 6-foot, 150-pound native of Venezuela is a graduate of the Dominican Academy and Dominican Summer League. The 18-year-old, left-handed hitter was 7-for-21 last week with four walks and a double for a .333/.529/.381/.910 slash line. Marcano has twice as many walks as strikeouts on the season with 21 runs scored in 22 games. His seasonal slash line is .385/.490/.436/.926.

Insider's Note: Tucupita is a very intelligent, scrappy player. Love seeing him come to the plate when the game is on the line.