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Roberts said Urias will be among the 25 players trying to bring a World Series championship to Los Angeles for the first time since 1988.Urias could be the Dodgers No. 4 starter if they need one. More likely, he will be used out of the bullpen.Julio has been receptive in being able to adapt, Roberts said.Urias has a live arm and a keen mind. Roberts noticed how he goes about his work and the players he is learning from.He has really taken to the way Clayton (Kershaw) has mentored him, and Adrian (Gonzalez) has really helped him a lot, Roberts said. He understands there is still a lot in there for his growth, and to his credit, he has been open.Urias has faced the Padres once, when he gave up two runs and three hits in 5 1/3 innings during a no-decision on Sept. 2.Friedrich has struggled against the Dodgers this year, going 0-1 with a 6.39 ERA in three starts. 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Then again, Padres manager Andy Green warns not to put anyone in the Baseball Hall of Fame just yet.They have been good, Green said, but its early in some of their major league careers, so I am going to say what I said in the beginning: If they get 15 hits in a week and a half, its good for them, but it doesnt mean anything, so much for them and their future. And if they dont get a hit, it doesnt mean they are not going to be a great major league player.Green is anxious to see how the prized prospects react things get challenging.You will run through stretches when players are on fire and when they are ice cold, Green said. The real measure of a major league player is how he responds to adversity, how he responds when he is not getting hits and how he comes back from that. You are not going to get that look in September.But at first glance, the Padres have hope for the future.The early returns are good, Green said. I love Hunter Renfroes even-keel demeanor. Manny Margots energy and smile on the baseball field. Carlos Asuaje is incredibly determined, and Austin Hedges has been very cerebral behind the plate. You expect those things to continue on, but you have to go through some tough times at this level. ' ' '