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Gary Brown of the San Jose Giants. Do you want to know who the Top Prospects are in the San Francisco Giants organization? You’re not alone! Jim Callis of Baseball America tells SF Giants Rumors his top 5 prospects in the Giants organization.   Jim Callis: Giants Top 5 Prospects   1. Gary Brown 2. Francisco Peguero 3. Eric Surkamp 4. Tommy Joseph 5. Joe Panik   Scouting Report On Top 2 Prospects 1 – Gary Brown – You might have heard him… He’s the Giants future center fielder/leadoff hitter. The 23 year old has above average speed, and is a big base stealing threat! Check out this Q&A With Gary Brown. Brown’s 2011 Stats With San Jose Giants G 131, AVG .336, R 115 HR 14, RBI 80, SB 53 OBP .407 2 – Francisco Peguero – Is a speedy outfielder with a good bat. His steals were down this year as he started the season on the DL. He had a knee injury that required surgery. Peguero isn’t one for taking walks, so he will have to learn to be a little more patient at the plate. Peguero’s 201...
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