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    RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    I think he might be worth a waiver claim. He was a former first round pick by the Detroit Tigers in the 2001 draft. I found information on him from Mlb.com 2001 draft profile and the Padres website.
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    San Diego Padres Claimed pitcher Jason Anderson off waivers from the New York Yankees; designated Kenny Baugh for assignment. http://sandiego.padres.mlb.com/NASAp...elections.jsp?
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    Full Name: Kenneth Dwight Baugh
    Born: 02/05/1979
    Birthplace: Beaumont, TX
    Height: 6'4" Weight: 195
    Bats: Right
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    College: Rice
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    Graduated from Lamar High School in Houston in 1997...Selected by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 70th round of the June 1997 draft, but did not sign...Elected to return for his senior season after being selected in the fifth round by the Oakland A's in the June 2000 draft...Resides in Houston, TX during the off-season.

    2005 Career Highlights: By Year: yyyy 2005 2004 2003


    The former first-round pick set a career high and shared the team lead at Triple-A Toledo with 12 wins. His 3.38 ERA led the Mud Hens and ranked fifth among International League starters. He topped 150 innings in a season for the first time in his pro career

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    Re: RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    He could be great pickup.
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    Re: RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    This guy has put up some nice numbers. Makes ya wonder what's wrong. If he's healthy the Reds should grab him.
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    Re: RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    Even if he's not healthy (depending on the actual extent of the injury) they should grab him.

    It's a possible low risk high reward idea.
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    Re: RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    There might be something up with Baugh, as the Padres just traded for him back in December (albeit not for anyone I've ever heard of). But if he's healthy, we'll have worse in our camp.

    Unfortunately, that pre-draft scouting report didn't mention anything about being whipped like a cheap claimer at Rice, and the subsequent and all too predictable arm injury that wiped out his 2002. Glad to see he's been able to work his way back.
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    Re: RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    He's from Texas, so you know O'Brien would have been all over that.

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    Re: RHP Kenny Baugh was waived by the Padres.

    Per Rotoworld.com

    Kenny Baugh cleared waivers on Friday and will remain with the Padres as a non-roster player.
    Baugh, who was removed from the 40-man roster on Wednesday, will have a chance to compete for a spot in middle relief this spring. Feb. 18 - 2:53 am et


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