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Lake Elsinore Storm

Lake Elsinore Storm
Founded in 1994
Lake Elsinore, California
Team logoCap insignia
Current Class A – Advanced
Minor league affiliations
League California League
Conference South Division
Major league affiliations
Current San Diego Padres (2001–present)
Previous California Angels (1981–2000)
Minor league titles
League titles 3 (1996, 2001, 2011)
Division titles 6 (1996, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2011)
Team data
Ballpark Lake Elsinore Diamond
Gary Jacobs / Storm LP
General manager Raj Narayanan
President Dave Oster

The Lake Elsinore Storm are a minor league baseball team in Lake Elsinore, California, USA. It is a Class A – Advanced team in the California League, and is a farm team of the San Diego Padres. The Storm plays its home games at Lake Elsinore Diamond (Pete Lehr Field), which opened in 1994; the park seats 7,866 fans.

This team relocated three times and has been traced back to the Redwood Pioneers, then the Palm Springs Angels, and finally the Lake Elsinore Storm. As the Palm Springs Angels and later as the Storm, it had previously been the "high-A" affiliate of the Angels until the end of the 2000 season (along with their former mascot, Hamlet), when it and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes switched affiliations. Some former members of the Storm later became members of the Angels 2002 World Series championship team.

On May 18, 2007, the Storm set a league record for most lopsided victory, beating the Lancaster JetHawks by a 30–0 score.[1]

Since the 2004 opening of PETCO Park, the new home field of the Padres, the Storm has played one home game there toward the end of each season, as the second half of a doubleheader following a Padres daytime home game. Usually, its opponent has been the California League farm team of the Padres' same-day opponents.

Notable alumni


Lake Elsinore Storm roster
Players Coaches/Other



  • 20 Ryan Miller
  •  8 John Nester 10px
  • 21 Adolfo Reina


  •  9 Rey Bruguera
  •  6 Marcus Davis
  • 14 Fernando Perez
  • 15 Gabriel Quintana
  • 13 José Rondón


  • 23 Jeremy Baltz
  • 26 Auston Bousfield
  • 24 Kyle Gaedele
  • 28 Yale Rosen
  • 25 Nick Schulz



10px 7-day disabled list
* On San Diego Padres 40-man roster
∞ Reserve list
§ Suspended list
‡ Restricted list
# Rehab assignment
Roster updated April 9, 2015
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San Diego Padres minor league players


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