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2022 San Francisco Giants Top MLB Prospects

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San Francisco’s system has been refurbished over the past few seasons, and the results are starting to show up in the big leagues. After 107 wins in 2021, the team could be ready to take the next step in 2022. After all, it is an even year.

Today, we unveil the 10 best prospects in the Giants system as it enters 2022. 

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Here's how we project their lineup in 2025, with their 2025 ages in parentheses.

PROJECTED 2025 LINEUP

Catcher: Patrick Bailey (26)
First Base: Joey Bart (28)
Second Base: Will Wilson (26)
Third Base: Aeverson Arteaga (22)
Shortstop: Marco Luciano (23)
Left Field: LaMonte Wade Jr. (31)
Center Field: Luis Matos (23)
Right Field: Heliot Ramos (25)
Designated Hitter: Mike Yastrzemski (34)

No. 1 Starter: Logan Webb (28)
No. 2 Starter: Kyle Harrison (23)
No. 3 Starter: Will Bednar (24)
No. 4 Starter: Anthony DeSclafani (35)
No. 5 Starter: Matt Mikulski (26)
Closer: Camilo Doval (28)

Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to San Francisco's Top 10, click here.

BEST TOOLS

Best Hitter for Average: Luis Matos
Best Power Hitter: Marco Luciano
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: Logan Wyatt
Fastest Baserunner: Simon Whiteman
Best Athlete: Hunter Bishop
Best Fastball: Cole Waites
Best Curveball: Nick Swiney
Best Slider: Kyle Harrison
Best Changeup: Nick Swiney
Best Control: Ryan Murphy
Best Defensive Catcher: Patrick Bailey
Best Defensive Infielder: Casey Schmitt
Best Infield Arm: Casey Schmitt
Best Defensive Outfielder: Alexander Suarez
Best Outfield Arm: Franklin Labour

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