Jake Gautreau, days away from finding out his fate in the Rule V Draft at the winter meetings,…
Padres release infielder Donaldo Mendez
Selected from Houston in the Major League Rule 5 Draft on December 13, 2000, Mendez appeared in 72 career games for the Padres, batting .183 (37-for-202) with eight doubles, one triple, three home runs and 14 RBI.
With today's transaction, San Diego's 40-man roster stands at 37 players.
His inclusion on the 40-man roster was a surprise by most outside of the organization.
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