San Diego Padres: Biggest Needs in 2014 That Aren't Already Filled in the Minors

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San Diego Padres: Biggest Needs in 2014 That Aren't Already Filled in the Minors
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Bud Black

With catchers and pitchers scheduled to report to Spring Training on February 12, it looks like the Padres front office are set to go into the 2013 season.  

Minus perhaps a couple of starting pitchers that were promised to the fans (cough, cough), the lineup for the first time in years look to have decent depth.  

Though it looks like they are covered positionally, the Padres could still add components to the team to make them a more complete ballclub.

With a deep farm system and a front office that is finally starting to see the value in extending player contracts (minus a third baseman that I'll get into later), the Padres should add a few more pieces to the puzzle in 2014.

Let's take a look at some of those areas now...

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