So far this offseason, the San Diego Padres have yet to make a change to their roster in trade or free agency. According to Bill Center of the San Diego Union Tribune , that could change prior to players reporting to spring training next month. Owner Jeff Moorad has already been quoted as saying the team has about $5 to $6 million to spend and with that money the team could go bargain hunting for a few free agents that are still on the market. One of those needs is a veteran catcher that can mentor young catcher Nick Hundley. That veteran could be former Astros and Dodgers' catcher Brad Ausmus. The Padres have had interest in Ausmus in the past under former general manager Kevin Towers and with Ausmus being a San Diego resident, it seems he would be a logical choice, not to mention a cheap ...
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