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Gary Brown of the San Jose Giants.
Drafted 24th overall by the San Francisco Giants in the 2010 Major League Baseball Player Draft, 24-year old center fielder Gary Brown is making a strong case to open the 2013 season in Triple-A Fresno. Currently rated as the Giants top minor league prospect, Brown projects as a quality major league center fielder with plus defensive skills and good speed at the top of the order.
In his first full season of minor league ball with the San Jose Giants in 2011 in which he batted leadoff every game, Brown tore up the competition. On his way to swiping 53 bases that year, Brown also set the San Jose Giants hits record with 188 in just 131 games played. At the end of 2011, Brown was rated as the Giants best minor league hitter for average, fastest base runner, best athlete, and best defensive player by Baseball America.
In 2012, Gary Brown spent the entire season with the Giants Double-A affiliate, Richmond Flying Squirrels. Although his numbers were n...
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The Giants Cove is about to officially open the 2013 season with a series of posts about the National League, the Giants' strengths and weaknesses, and the possibilities for a San Francisco return to the 2013 post season.
Giants Cove researchers, scouts, and experts (who work out of a secluded complex not far from the CIA building in Langley, Virginia) are predicting a rocking...
The San Francisco Giants have reached a deal with infielder Joaquin Arias to avoid arbitration, reports Giants beat writer Chris Haft. Arias will make $925K in 2013. He’s coming back in the utility role that he was used for in 2012.
Closer Sergio Romo is the only arbitration eligible player remaining for the Giants. It’s been reported that Romo is seeking $4.5 million, and the...
Never before in San Francisco sports history have two Bay Area teams won a World Series and Super Bowl in the same season.
That could change, however, when the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII this weekend.
The 2012 World Series champion Giants are hoping their cross-sport neighbors dominate the San Francisco sports landscape, as several Giants...