Heliot Ramos: Giants 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Ramos has enjoyed a bounceback season in 2019, advancing to Double-A as a 19-year-old.
Franklin Labour Shows All-Fields Approach
Labour's video game-like numbers in the Northwest League were the result of enhanced strike-zone awareness.
Frank Rubio Knows His Role Models
The sidearmer with the nasty slider is an overachiever along the lines of a key reliever of recent Giants lore.
Giants Remain Patient With Heliot Ramos
Before being sidelined with a minor knee injury, the 19-year-old outfielder was off to a solid start at high Class A San Jose.
Jalen Miller Carries Offensive Gains Forward
Emotional maturity benefited Miller as he scuffled through his first three pro seasons before emerging in 2018.
Conner Menez Sneaks Into Giants' Plans
The 6-foot-3 lefty used plus extension to strike out 11.4 batters per nine innings last year and earn an invitation to big league camp this spring.
Drew Ferguson Always Looking For An Edge
A 26-year-old outfielder, Ferguson is hoping his appreciation for analytics will push him to the majors in 2019.
Jake Wong Could Be A Third-Round Steal
The Giants believe third-rounder Jake Wong has first-round stuff and mound presence that will shine through in pro ball.
Seth Corry Focused On Delivery, Mindset
A 20-year-old lefthander, Corry seems poised for his first taste of full-season ball this season.
Sam Coonrod Thrives In Bullpen
Coonrod's repertoire and bulldog mentality fit best in the bullpen, so that's exactly where he went after returning from Tommy John surgery.