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Padres Prospect Interview: Bryan Oland

LAKE ELSINORE, CA: In 2007, Bryan Oland, 24, was a 22-year-old rookie in the Arizona League with a 6.30 ERA; which, for anyone, is not a good situation.

The Padres saw something in the 6-foot-3 right-hander out of Orange County and sent him to Fort Wayne in 2008, where he proceeded to go 4-1 with an 0.88 ERA, striking out 64 batters in 51 innings against only eight walks, as he formed a devastating combination with closer Jackson Quezada. This year, with Quezada out, he's the Storm's closer where he made the All-Star team and is second in saves... Recommended Stories

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