Paul Michael McAnulty...graduated from Oxnard High School in Oxnard, CA...led the Long Beach State Dirtbags in home runs (9), RBI (55) and slugging percentage (.610) in his only season (2002)...signed by Padres scout Jason McLeod.
SUMMARY: Batted .200 (8-for-40) with a double, home run, five RBI, three walks and five runs scored in 20 games over two stints with the Padres...made the Major League Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...notched a career-high four-game hit streak from 6/2-8...drove in a run with a pinch-hit in each of two consecutive games from 6/7-8...went 3-for-10 with a double, two RBI and a walk in 11 pinch-hit appearances...collected
his first hit of the season, a pinch-hit double, on 4/11 vs. SF...made nine appearances in the outfield including six starts...optioned to Portland on 4/18 and recalled on 5/26...optioned back to Portland 6/15 for the remainder of the season.
WITH THE BEAVERS: Hit at a .262 clip (61-for-233) with 12 doubles, one triple, four home runs and 31 RBI in 63 games for Triple-A Portland...batted .328 (21-for-64) with 26 RBI with runners in scoring position...collected four consecutive multi-hit games from 8/16-19, going 9-for-18 (.500) with one home run and four RBI over that span...drew four walks on 5/21 vs. Tucson...in the field, played primarily in the outfield but also appeared at first and third base.
ON THE SHELF: Went on the disabled list on 7/3 with a right quadriceps strain...played in six rehabilitation
games with Rookie-level Peoria and hit .400 (6-for-15) with a double and four RBI...reinstated from the DL on 8/10.
SUMMARY: Tallied 13 at-bats with the Padres in 2006, all as a pinch-hitter...hit .230 (3-for-13) with a home
run, double, three RBI and three runs scored...belted his first Major League double Sept. 12 at Cincinnati,
driving in a run as part of a three-run rally...clubbed his first Big League home run Sept. 6 vs.
Colorado, a two-run, walk-off blast in the 11th inning...recalled from Triple-A Portland Sept. 5...also
played with the Padres in May, assuming the roster spot of the injured Rob Bowen...connected for his first
Major League pinch-hit May 24 vs. Atlanta.
MAC ATTACK: Spent the bulk of the season at Portland and
ranked among the Pacific Coast League leaders with a .310
batting average (148-for-478), 34 doubles, 19 home runs, 79
RBI, 62 walks, and 76 runs scored over 125 games...trailed only
Jon Knott (113) on the team in RBI...placed fifth in the PCL
in hits (148) and doubles...played 70 games at first base, 50
games at third base, and six games in the outfield...primarily
hit third in the Beavers lineup.
Batted .273 (124-for-455) with 27 doubles, seven home runs and 73 RBI in 133 games at Single-A
Fort Wayne...ranked fourth in the Padres' system in RBI...among Fort Wayne leaders, ranked fi rst in hits,
doubles, RBI and total bases, and second in walks (67) and on-base percentage (.370)...drove in 12 runs in
an eight-game stretch May 14-22...reached base safely via a hit or walk in 22 games May 26-June 20, going
30-for-79 (.380) with 11 RBI and 12 walks...fi nished the month of June with a .341 average (31-for-91)...on the
year, hit .366 (41-for-112) with runners on and two outs.
Won the Pioneer League batting title (.379)
in his first professional season at Idaho Falls...was named to the league's postseason All-Star team (DH) after
leading the circuit with 29 doubles, ranking second with a .488 on-base percentage, .604 slugging percentage
and 37 extra-base hits...was tied for second among league leaders with 89 hits and finished fi fth with
56 runs scored...hit safely in a season-high nine consecutive games, July 8-22...went on to reach base safely
via a hit or walk in 21 straight games, July 8-August 4...closed the month of July with a .416 batting average
(32-for-77) in 23 games...went 4-for-4 with a double, homer and a career-best fi ve RBI August 24 vs. Provo...
posted his second five-RBI game just five days later with his first career multi-homer game (two), August 29
at Ogden...named Pioneer League Player of the Week for August 26-September 1.
Started the season at Double-A Mobile where he appeared in a combined 79 games
batting .279 with 10 homers and 42 RBI before earning a promotion to Triple-A Portland on July 22...continued
to hit well at Portland, posting a .344 average (52-for-151) with six home runs and 27 RBI over 38 games...
was recalled by the Padres on two occasions, the first being June 22...made his Major League debut that
evening vs. Los Angeles with a pinch-hit appearance (0-for-1)...saw action in nine games, including notching
his first big league hit on June 24 vs. Seattle...was optioned back to Mobile on July 3, appearing in 13 more
games for the BayBears before rejoining Portland...Opened the season as the everyday left fielder for the BayBears...went 3-for-4 in
his first contest and went on to tally 20 multi-hit games...had a season best 16-game hitting streak from June
3-21, when he hit .328 (21-for-64) with two home runs and 11 RBI...Notched 52 hits, including 21 extra-base hits, in just 38 games with Portland...hit
safely in nine of his first 10 games, a .372 clip with 10 RBI and three home runs...tallied a season-high four
hits on August 28 vs. Las Vegas...hit .397 (25-for-63) in 16 road games...Was recalled for the second time on September 1...finished the season batting
.208 (5-for-24) with four runs scored in 22 games...swiped the first base of his career, September 30 vs.
Earned Padres Minor League Player of the Year honors and named to the California League postseason All-Star team (outfield) after batting .297 (147-for-495) with 36 doubles, three triples, 23 home runs and 87 RBI in 133 games at Single-A Lake Elsinore... among Cal League leaders, finished third in homers, tied for third in extra-base hits (62), fourth in on-base percentage (.404), and fifth in slugging (.521) and runs scored (98)... ranked second in the San Diego organization in average and RBI, and tied for third in homers... hit .409 (9-for-22) with two home runs and seven RBI to earn co-California League Player of the Week honors for April 26-May 2... posted a season-best 12-game hitting streak June 3-14, batting .400 (18-for-45) with seven RBI... also hit safely in 11 and 10 consecutive games July 10-21 and April 20-May 4 respectively... scored 19 runs over an 11-game span July 9-20... wrapped up the month of July with a .337 average (32-for-95) and 24 RBI in 28 games.