The San Diego Padres have traded minor league first baseman/outfielder Jose Dore to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations, according to Corey Brock of MLB.com.
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The Padres selected Dore in the eighth round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of high school. He's spent the past three seasons in San Diego's minor league system, manning right and left field as well as first base. He was limited by injury to nine games last season.
Over 37 plate appearances between the rookie level, low- and Single-A last season, Dore hit .242/.324/.303. He played in 98 games in 2011 between both A-ball levels, hitting .212/.292/.354 with 17 doubles and nine home runs over 363 plate appearances.
In parts of three seasons in the minors, the 21-year-old owns a career batting line of .222/.300/.353.