At the trade deadline, all eyes were on the San Diego Padres as they had arguably the most available trade pieces of any team in the league.
While outfielder Ryan Ludwick was traded away to Pittsburgh for cash and a player to be named, reliever Mike Adams was shipped to Texas in a deal that involved two very solid pitching prospects coming into the Padres organization.
As a small-market team that plays in the most pitcher-friendly park in the league, it's wise to rely first and foremost on pitching and defense, and that's exactly the direction the organization is continuing to head in.
It's no secret that the Padres are well-stocked with pitching, both currently and for the future, and the Adams deal further bolstered their arsenal of young arms.
Do the new additions crack the list of the top 10 prospects in the Padres organization?