Minor League Opening Day Roster Analysis: San Francisco Giants
WHERE THE TOP 10 PROSPECTS ARE 1 Kyle Crick 11/30/1992 rhp San Jose Giants (HiA) 2 Joe Panik 10/30/1990 ss Richmond Flying Squirrels (AA) 3 Chris Stratton 8/22/1990 rhp Augusta [...]
Braves Find Plenty Of Production From Farm System In Recent Years
CHICAGO–Their offseason acquisitions of the Upton brothers notwithstanding, the Braves don’t make a lot of flashy moves and they don’t throw a lot of money around. In the past four [...]
2013 Organization Talent Rankings: Cardinals Rank No. 1
As a cap to our offseason prospect rankings, we line up the minor league talent in every organization from 1-30. Baseball America’s annual organization talent rankings reflect the total worth [...]
Jones Hits Stride After Demotion
Giants outfielder Chuckie Jones struggled to meet his own expectations in low Class A, but thrived after taking a step back (and a deep breath) in short-season.
Bochy’s Son Earns Plaudits On His Own
Andy Baggarly picks end-of-season award winners for the Giants system, selecting the Best Player, Best Pitcher and a player to keep an eye on.
Duvall Overcomes Diabetes Diagnosis
After being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes early in the season, Giants outfielder Adam Duvall has been one of the hottest power hitters in the minors.
Giants’ Heston Builds Momentum
Correspondent Andy Baggarly files a midseason report for the Giants, highlighting a Best Player, a Biggest Leap Forward and a Biggest Disappointment for the first half.
Giants Add Late Bloomer In Stratton
For the first time since they made the landmark decision to draft Will Clark in 1985, the Giants spent a first-round pick on a player from Mississippi State.
Giants Look Forward To Panik Time
Shortstop Joe Panik isn't a flashy defender or big bat, but he has already shown why the Giants made him a first-round pick in 2011.
Giants Have A Tough Pill
Outfielder Brett Pill was designated for assignment after the 2009 season, but made it to the big leagues in 2011 and his first impression was a good one.
Giants Happy With Francisco Peguero’s Progress
Three years ago at low Class A Augusta, manager Dave Machemer spent a lot of time mentoring young Francisco Peguero. When they were reunited at Double-A Richmond last season, Machemer was able to appreciate just how far the exciting outfield prospect had come.
Adrianza Steadily Improving
Already known for his defense, Ehire Adrianza is showing potential with his bat as well.