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SD Jake Cronenworth
San Diego Padres
1B: 106   2B: 35  
2024 Projected Value: $9
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 545 131 76 15 68 58 112 5 0.240 24.5
2023 458 105 54 10 48 46 97 6 0.229 14.4
2022 587 141 88 17 88 70 131 3 0.240 29.1
2021 567 151 94 21 71 55 90 4 0.266 37.9

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2/03/24 Padres Manager Mike Shildt Has High Expectations for Jake Cronenworth This Season. Padres Manager Mike Shildt Has High Expectations for Jake Cronenworth This Season Will Cronenworth rebound in 2024? Author: Eva Geitheim Publish date: Feb 4, 2024 11:30 AM EST It wasn't the season the San Diego Padres hoped for from first baseman Jake Cronenworth in 2023. Cronenworth wasn't quite as effective this past season, especially compared to the numbers he put up during the two years prior. In 2023, Cronenworth's batting stats also took a dip. Cronenworth had 54 runs in 2023, compared to 88 in 2022 and 94 in 2021. His 10 home runs also trailed the 17 from 2022 and 21 in 2021. Even with this downward trend, Padres manager Mike Shildt is confident in Cronenworth's ability
1/11/24 Padres roster review: Jake Cronenworth.

Sizing up the Padres' 40-man roster heading into the 2024 season: Jake Cronenworth started the worst season of his career with a seven-year, $80 million extension

12/23/23 Padres Reportedly 'Unlikely' to Trade Jake Cronenworth This Offseason. Padres Reportedly 'Unlikely' to Trade Jake Cronenworth This Offseason San Diego looks to be keeping their veteran infielder this offseason. Author: Matt Levine Publish date: Dec 23, 2023 4:55 PM EST The San Diego Padres have been looking all over the league to find different ways to help bring themselves back into a spot of contention. Entering the offseason, their priority was to cut costs on their payroll, and so far, they've done just that. The front office traded away star outfielder Juan Soto to the New York Yankees, which saved them over $30 million that would have been owed to him. In the same deal, they moved outfielder Trent Grisham as well, giving up another left-handed batter.
12/23/23 MLB Rumors: Jake Cronenworth Unlikely to Be Traded by Padres After Soto Deal. It appears San Diego Padres infielder Jake Cronenworth may not be a trade candidate after all. San Diego trading Cronenworth ahead of the 2024 season is "unlikely" following the deal that sent Juan Soto to the New York Yankees, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal. The Padres "do not want to subtract a third left-handed hitter." The Athletic's Dennis Lin reported on Dec. 6 prior to the Soto deal that Cronenworth was considered a trade candidate despite his seven-year, $80 million extension beginning in 2024.
11/06/23 Padres Rumors: Friars Looking Into Trading Jake Cronenworth. Padres Rumors: Friars Looking Into Trading Jake Cronenworth Could the Friars move from their four-year infielder? Author: Ricardo Sandoval Publish date: Nov 7, 2023 11:15 AM EST The San Diego Padres unfortunately flopped in 2023 after entering the year with sky-high expectations. With this past season in the rearview mirror, it seems potentially seismic changes are ahead for the organization. As the Padres take a step back and re-evaluate their strategy, some obvious truths may be coming back to haunt them. To borrow a basketball term, they went a little too hard in the paint over the last 12 months or so when it comes to payroll. The club had to take out a $50 million loan to cover, among other

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