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Minors: Anderson Espinoza starts well again for Fort Wayne

Anderson Espinoza is again taking regular turns in high Single-A Fort Wayne’s rotation. Appears to be on an upswing, too. The 23-year-old right-hander struck out three batters over two scoreless innings in his third start of the season and the TinCaps beat host South Bend, 4-3, in a rain-shortened, six-inning game on Thursday.
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Minors: Anderson Espinoza chased in first inning in Fort Wayne

Rounding up the action at the Padres’ minor league affiliates. Anderson Espinoza was back on the mound Friday night at low Single-A Fort Wayne. The 23-year-old right-hander allowed five runs on five hits and two walks in two-thirds of an inning in the TinCaps’ 7-1 loss to Lansing. Espinoza (0-1,...
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MadFriars Interview: Anderson Espinoza

Anderson Espinoza in action for the first time since 2016. (Photo: Stephen Zabrecky) FORT WAYNE, Ind. — With his club…. You must be logged in to view this content. John grew up in Poway and has written for MadFriars since 2004. He has written articles for Baseball America, FoxSports San Diego, the El Paso Times, San Antonio Express-News, Amarillo Globe-News, Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette and Pacific Daily News in addition to appearing on numerous radio programs and podcasts. He can also break down the best places to eat for all five of the affiliates. There is no best place to eat in Peoria, Arizona.
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Padres Minors: Anderson Espinoza nearly perfect in emotional return

(Photo by Matt Thomas/San Diego Padres/Getty Images) Four years ago, Anderson Espinoza was the top overall prospect in the San Diego Padres organization. Fast forward to present day, and the right-hander is back for the first time since he was the return piece in a shady trade deal and at the mercy of multiple Tommy John surgeries and rehab stints.
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Padres' Anderson Espinoza: Sent to Double-A

Espinoza was optioned to Double-A San Antonio on Friday. Espinoza returned to game action this spring for the first time since September of 2016 after he underwent a pair of Tommy John surgeries. However, he'll begin the year with the Double-A club after tossing one scoreless inning during Cactus League play.
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Padres' Anderson Espinoza: Returns to mound

Espinoza completed a scoreless inning of work on only nine pitches in Cactus League action Thursday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Espinoza pitched in a competitive game for the first time since September of 2016 after undergoing a pair of Tommy John surgeries. He reportedly hit 95 mph with his fastball and worked efficiently despite allowing a double off the wall. Espinoza won't start the season in the majors, though he appears to be at or near full health.
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Padres' Anderson Espinoza: Throws sim game

Espinoza (finger) threw 25 pitches during a sim game Wednesday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Espinoza has been slowed by a blister on a finger on his right hand in early March, but he threw his first sim game Wednesday since he sustained the injury. The right-hander threw mainly fastballs and curveballs and allowed one single and two walks across six batters. Assuming he feels good after his throwing session, Espinoza could appear in a Cactus League game in the near future.
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Padres' Anderson Espinoza: Held back by blister

Espinoza hasn't been throwing due to a blister on a finger on his right hand, but he could get into a game sometime next week, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Espinoza is in camp looking to show that his stuff can still play following a pair of Tommy John surgeries that have kept him from pitching professionally since 2016. Fortunately, the blister issue is minor in comparison, and it appears that Espinoza isn't far away from making his spring debut. The right-hander will likely open the season in the lower-levels of the minors.
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