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Triple-A El Paso - Outfielder Forrestt Allday

The 27-year-old, left-handed hitter had four straight, two-hit games last week for the Chihuahuas, going 8-for-22 with four walks, a triple, a stolen base, four runs scored and two RBIs. He also drew a walk in four straight games. He hit .364 for the week with a .462 on-base percentage and a .455 slugging percentage for a .916 OPS.

Insider's Note: Forrestt is a spark plug at the top of the lineup. He's great at finding all kinds of ways to get on base. 

Double-A San Antonio - Right-handed starter Chris Paddack

In two starts last week, Paddack was 1-0 with a 0.84 earned run average and a 0.56 WHIP. He allowed one earned run on six hits and no walks with 15 strikeouts in 10 2/3 innings. It was the only earned run the 22-year-old has allowed over his last three starts. Paddack is ranked the Padres' No. 5 prospect by the MLB Pipeline and No. 50 in the minors.

Insider's Note: Chris is known to be one of the hardest workers in the organization. He's a physical pitcher who has any variety of pitches to get guys out. 

Advanced Single-A Lake Elsinore - Third baseman Hudson Potts

The 19-year-old is being honored for the second consecutive week after hitting in 17 straight games. Potts, the Padres' No. 23 prospect by the MLB Pipeline rankings, was 14-for-27 (.519) for the week with two doubles, four walks, six runs scored and three RBIs. He had a .581 on-base percentage and a 1.173 OPS.

Insider's Note: Hudson is getting better every day. He's a really exciting talent in the system, loves to work and has a lot of big time tools. 

Single-A Fort Wayne - Shortstop Gabriel Arias

The 18-year-old Arias is one of the youngest players in the Midwest League and a member of the Padres' prized international signing class. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Venezuelan was 8-for-22 (.364) for the week with a double, a homer, six walks (a .500 on-base percentage), a stolen base, five runs scored and three RBIs with a 1.045 OPS.     

Insider's Note: Gabe has a bazooka for an arm. He's considered a premium defender at shortstop.

Short-Season Single-A Tri-City - Outfielder-first baseman Luis Asunción

The 6-foot-4, 205-pound, 21-year-old from the Dominican Republic first signed with the Padres in 2013. He was 13-for-27 last week (.481) with six doubles, two homers, two walks, nine runs scored and six RBIs. He had a .517 on-base percentage last week with a .815 slugging percentage for a 1.332 OPS.  

Insider's Note: Luis has big power at the plate. He has taken well to his new position at first base. 

Single-A Dominican Summer League - Outfielder Adrian Antunez

The 19-year-old from Venezuela is hitting only .186 on the season. But he has a .330 on-base percentage. Last week, the 6-foot-3, 195-pounder was 6-for-18 (.333) with three doubles, four walks, a stolen base, two runs scored and five RBIs. He had a .455 on-base percentage for the week with a .500 slugging percentage for a .955 OPS.

Insider's Note: Adrian is getting more physical as he matures. He can really run and it's exciting to see him add strength. 

Arizona Rookie League - Infielder Lee Solomon

As the Padres' 25th-round draft pick in June out of Lipscomb University, the 5-foot-10, 202-pound Solomon was 7-for-18 last week (.389) with a double, a triple, a homer, a walk, two stolen bases, seven runs scored and seven RBIs. The versatile, 21-year-old infielder had a .421 on-base percentage for the week with a .722 slugging percentage for a 1.143 OPS.

Insider's Note: Lee is a versatile player who can play all over the field. He has a strong compact swing with some juice in there.