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Can Gary Brown Deliver Upon Once Promising Future?

UPS has the mantra, “What Can Brown Do for You?” In the case of San Francisco center field prospect Gary Brown, the Giants are hoping the once top-50 rated prospect can deliver upon his potential and find a way to stick with the major league ballclub. The Giants selected the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Brown with the 24th pick of the 2010 June First-Year Player Draft. His draft class...
Via Baseball Essential
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants look to solve left field spot

Coming off their third World Series title in the last five years, it would be easy to think that the San Francisco Giants don’t have a lot to be worried about. But after a slow offseason, which saw the reigning champions miss out on free agents James Shields, Yasmany Tomas, Pablo Sandoval and Max Scherzer, the Giants are looking to fill some potential holes. San Francisco was able...
Via Baseball Essential
February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

An Unorthodox Proposal for the Giants’ Offseason

The 2014 baseball season is still warm in our memories, and the entire Giants fanbase is still popping Excedrin from the post-championship hangover, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too early to look ahead to the 2015 season. More specifically, it’s not too early to become a wild-eyed armchair GM and start proposing semi-crazed personnel decisions for the oncoming season...
Via BaySportsNet
November 10, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: Bears, Bengals, Cowboys, Giants, Jaguars, Jets, Lions, Panthers, Saints & Redskins

Bears Is very unlikely that UDFA RB Jordan Lynch will receive a chance to see the field in 2014. (ESPN Chicago) Rookie RB Ka’Deem Carey and Michael Ford will compete for the team’s No.2 RB spot. (ESPN Chicago) Bengals Bengals coaches and players are “raving” about SAM linebacker Emmanuel Lamur. (bengals.com) Cowboys RBs coach Gary Brown mentioned that they are going to...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Steamer Projects: San Francisco Giants Prospects

Earlier today, polite and Canadian and polite Marc Hulet published his 2014 organizational prospect list for the San Francisco Baseball Giants. It goes without saying that, in composing such a list, Hulet has considered the overall future value those prospects might be expected to provide either to the Giants or whatever other organizations to which they might someday belong. What...
Via Fangraphs
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Draft Locally, Act Globally

I watch a lot of amateur baseball. You can maybe tell from my articles and tweets that the origin of prospects and how they enter professional baseball is of great interest to me. While brainstorming ideas for this article I was looking over the San Francisco Giants farm system and I got to looking at where their prospects originated from. I don’t only mean high school or college…...
Via Fangraphs
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss
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