Tucson Padre Player Profile Logan Forsythe
Logan Forsythe was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2008 amateur draft, he was 46th overall.
He made his MLB debut on on May 4, 2011 against the Pittsburgh Pirates in a pinch hit appearance for starting pitcher Clayton Richard.
He went 0-1 as he grounded out to Pirates shortstop Ronny Cedeno, who threw him out at first.
Forsythe played in 62 games for the San Diego Padres last season. He played three infield positions for the Padres, second, third and shortstop.
During that span he had a batting average of .213, scoring 12 runs and collecting 12 RBIs.
In March of this year Forsythe broke a bone in his left foot and was placed on the 60-day DL. The injury kept him on the sideline for the first six weeks of the season.
He returned to the Tucson Padres on May 14 for his rehab assignment.
Currently Forsythe is hitting .238 in six games played, with one home run and two
stolen bases. He has OBP of .429 and a SLG of .524.