The San Diego Padres enter spring training with an ample
amount of candidates to fill out their starting rotation. Still, the club could
pursue another arm at some point prior to the start of the regular season, general
manager Josh Byrnes tells Corey Brock of MLB.com.
"There is a chance we can solve [the rotation] with our own guys," San Diego general manager Josh Byrnes said. "The thing about the offseason [is] … we haven't pursued guys just to add bodies. But if we feel there's an upgrade, someone with upside or a long-term guy, then OK. But we're comfortable with seeing how our guys look. There might be a need [to add a pitcher] but there might not be."