In Baseball America’s new Midseason Prospect Update, righthander Kyle Crick remains the organization’s No. 1 prospect, as he was coming into the season. Crick has made 18 starts this season with Double-A Richmond and is believed to have the highest ceiling of all the minor league arms in San Francisco’s system. His numbers are a bit elevated in the Eastern League (3.09 ERA, 1.48 WHIP) but with a lively fastball, good offspeed and a deceptive windup, he factors in to the Giants plans for the not so distant future.
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