[tps_title]5. Jedd Gyorko Bounced Back Well[/tps_title]
No Padres player has been more hated and vilified over the last year or two than Jedd Gyorko. Following a mediocre 2014 season marred by various injury problems, Gyorko was hoping to come back healthy in 2015 in an attempt to get back to his 2013 rookie form. Gyorko got out of the gates slow and found himself demoted to Triple A in June in favor of more playing time for Cory Spangenberg. Following an injury to Spangenberg in July, Gyorko returned to the Padres and had one of the better second halves of any of the Padres. Gyorko still has a way to go to earn back the trust of the front office that did not draft him and attempted to trade him at the trade deadline, but Gyorko made a good impact late in 2015.