Found January 11, 2012 on The Crazy Crabbers:
I've been working on this list for far too long, I have gone back and forth on a number of guys but then I realized I am not a full time scout by any means and this is just for fun. So here is my top 20 Giants prospects list: 1 Gary Brown 2 Joe Panik 3 Andrew Susac 4 Franscico Peguero 5 Eric Surkamp 6 Tommy Joesph 7 Kyle Crick 8 Hector Sanchez 9 Heath Hembree 10 Jarrett Parker 11 Ehire Adrianza 12 Adalberto Mejia 13 Clayton Blackburn 14 Adam Duvall 15 Michael Kickham 16 Seth Rosin 17 Joshua Osich 18 Shawn Payne 19 Chuckie Jones 20 Jacob Dunnington For the most part I focused on poten...
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