Padres prospect Ethan Salas, 17, promoted to Double A after 9 High-A games: Source

Padres prospect Ethan Salas, 17, promoted to Double A after 9 High-A games: Source

San Diego Padres catching prospect Ethan Salas has been promoted to Double-A San Antonio after nine games with High-A Fort Wayne, a league source confirmed Sunday. Here’s what you need to know:

Salas, 17, slashed .200/.243/.229 with seven hits and three RBIs since making his High-A debut earlier this month. He was the youngest player ever promoted to the Midwest League since it became High A.
Earlier this year, Salas made his professional debut with the Single-A Lake Elsinore Storm, becoming the first 2006-born player to play in the minors. He slashed .267/.350/.487 with nine home…


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