4 changes that prove the Padres are the most aggressive team in MLB

1627327673 4 changes that prove the Padres are the most aggressive

While some managers of MLB reproach them for the passivity they have shown even in moments of crisis, the high command of the San Diego Padres continues to show that they go with everything for their goal, supported by the depths of their farms.

The change in which they acquired Adam Frazier, one of the most striking pieces on the market, joins other aggressive moves they have made since the 2020 season.

Adam Frazier adds depth to San Diego's lineup

Several teams wanted Frazier and finally San Diego made a move that led him to have in the lineup with Manny Machado and Fernando Tatís Jr. the leader in hits (125) and singles (89) of the National League and second in average of batting (.324). In return he delivered three prospects: Tucupita Marcano, Jake Suwinnki and Michell Milano. In addition, they receive cash.