Hudson James Potts.
Spent the majority of the season with Lake Elsinore (A), earning California League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star honors, before earning a promotion to San Antonio (AA) on 8/9...Hit safely in 14 of his first 17 games (.354) from 4/5-22 with seven doubles, three HR eight RBI and 12 runs scored...went 0-for-22 with 12 SO in the his final six April games...Saw his OPS rise in each full month he spent with the Storm: .771 in April, .824 in May, .916 in June and .975 in July...Slashed .369/.417/.559 in the month of July...his .369 AVG and .417 OBP were the two highest clips for any calendar month in his career...only teammate Luis Torrens (.375) had a higher average in the Cal League in July... Promoted to SA on 8/9 where he homered in back-to-back games in his fourth and fifth Double-A contests, marking the fifth time in his career he had homered in consecutive games...Made 21 appearances (all starts) at 3B for the Misisons...hit .154 (12-for-78) with two HR, five RBI and five runs scored... Started at 3B in all eight of SA's postseason games and commited zero errors in 24 chances while hitting .250 (8- for-32) with two doubles, one HR, two RBI and two runs scored...Despite being promoted to SA for most of August and a playoff run into September, he still finished tied for fourth in the Cal League with 35 doubles, fifth in SLG (.498) and ninth in HR (17)...Named an MiLB Organization All-Star for SD following the season and played in the Arizona Fall League for the league champion Peoria Javelinas, hitting .228 (18-for-79) with five doubles, two HR, 13 RBI and 10 runs scored...Entered 2019 rated as the Padres No. 15 prospect by Baseball America, ESPN.com and MLB Pipeline.