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San Francisco Giants 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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Pitchers (25)
Smyly, Drew
Anderson, Tyler
Menez, Conner
Watson, Tony
Suárez, Andrew
Peralta, Wandy
Selman, Sam
García, Jarlín
Samardzija, Jeff
Gausman, Kevin
Cueto, Johnny
Jimenez, Dany
Cahill, Trevor
Rodríguez, Dereck
Gott, Trevor
Webb, Logan
Anderson, Shaun
Coonrod, Sam
Triggs, Andrew
Rogers, Tyler
Navas, Carlos
Cyr, Tyler
Madero, Luis
Oaks, Trevor
Garcia, Rico
Catchers (4)
Posey, Buster
Brantly, Rob
Bart, Joey
Heineman, Tyler
Infielders (12)
Dubón, Mauricio
Sánchez, Yolmer
Solano, Donovan
Belt, Brandon
Longoria, Evan
Ruf, Darin
Crawford, Brandon
Flores, Wilmer
Avelino, Abiatal
Sandoval, Pablo
Green, Zach
Luciano, Marco
Outfielders (10)
Davis, Jaylin
Dickerson, Alex
Duggar, Steven
Hamilton, Billy
McCarthy, Joe
Pence, Hunter
Ramos, Heliot
Rickard, Joey
Slater, Austin
Yastrzemski, Mike


The Giants included their top three prospects in their player pool: SS Marco Luciano (No. 1), C Joey Bart (No. 2) and OF Heliot Ramos (No. 3). Bart's and Ramos' inclusions are not surprising after they finished last season at Double-A, but Luciano's is notable because he is 18 years old and has yet to reach full-season ball. INF Mauricio Dubon (No. 10 prospect) and RHP Logan Webb (No. 11) were included as members of the Giants 40-man roster.


OF Hunter Bishop, the Giants first-round pick a year ago, tested positive for COVID-19 last week, according to Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic. He is the Giants No. 4 prospect. OFs Alexander Canario (No. 5) and Luis Matos (No. 8) and 3B Luis Toribio (No. 6) have yet to reach full-season ball have yet to reach full-season ball and were also not included. LHP Seth Corry (No. 7) and RHP Sean Hjelle (No. 9) are slightly surprising omissions given their full-season excellence a year ago. The Giants still have nine open spots, however, and could add them and others at a later date.


The Giants put a lot of non-roster, veteran depth types on their initial player pool, building a roster more like a team that thinks it can compete rather than a rebuilding club. Bart and Ramos are candidates to make their debuts this year, but otherwise there isn't much prospect depth available to inject youth into an older, declining roster.

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