The second MLB Draft Mix, an opportunity for draft prospects to indicate their stuff to scouts and executives, continues at Petco Park, with followers welcome to look at on Friday.
The mix, which opened Tuesday, started with video games between highschool members, adopted by energy and efficiency assessments and pro-style exercises. Main League Baseball is working with USA Baseball on the occasion.
Followers might attend exercises from 9 a.m. to three:30 p.m. Friday. The Padres are distributing free tickets on-line.
The mix contains 255 gamers – 20 of them amongst MLB Pipeline’s high 30 draft prospects. High 5 prospects showing are infielders Termarr Johnson of Atlanta, at No. 4, and Brooks Lee, No. 5, out of Cal Poly.
Different gamers embody Troy Melton, a pitcher from San Diego State – who the American Baseball Coaches Affiliation positioned on the ABCA/Rawlings All-West Area second crew – and Tyler Bremner, a pitcher from Scripps Ranch Excessive.
Former main leaguers will probably be obtainable to speak to the prospects, together with Padre Corridor of Famer Trevor Hoffman. Different former All-Stars are set to look, together with Torii Hunter, Eric Davis and Mike Cameron, and former managers Jerry Manuel and Mike Scioscia.
Final yr’s No. 1 choose, Louisville catcher Henry Davis, drafted by the Pirates, appeared on the inaugural MLB mix in North Carolina.
The mix concludes Monday. The three-day draft begins July 17 in Los Angeles. The Padres first-round choose is fifteenth.