The biggest news of this offseason is the return of a pitcher in the Padres' system after a year…
Padres add 17-year-old Australian John Hussey
He just got too good.
Bye-bye University of Hawaii who offered Hussey a scholarship.
Padres'Australian scout Trevor Schumm and his boss Randy Smith were in agreement on Hussey. They both thought highly of the youngster and were impressed by his advanced mechanics.
"He has three pitches which should develop into above average Major League stuff. We are very excited about his future," Schumm told The VIS.
His favorite quote:
"The difference between a successful person and other is, not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will."
Sounds like a good find. He will report to spring training in March.
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