Who is the No. 38 prospect in the Giants farm? These days, almost every episode of the 2021 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List is close. But the 37th chapter was the exception to the rule, as we had a clear winner.
The AAA season will be delayed, but alternate sites will return. There were no Minor League seasons in 2020, but some San Francisco Giants prospects — and prospects from MLB’s other 29 teams — still got to put in some developmental time.
We all know what we want. It might not be what we get. We all know the drill by now. It’s been repeated by every San Francisco Giants publication, podcast, broadcast, and social media platform over and over.
Who is the 35th-best prospect in the Giants farm? The 34th chapter of the 2021 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List was our closest yet. They’re all extremely close at this stage in the voting, but this time first and second place were separated by just two votes.
There’s no harm in the Giants taking a look this spring to see if Kazmir has another rebound in him — even if this comeback seems improbable given his age and his considerably longer layoff from pitching in the majors.
It’s been an up-and-down tenure with the Giants for Gott. Is this latest fall the setup for another climb? The San Francisco Giants designated for assignment reliever Trevor Gott on Sunday, marking yet another sharp turn in the Giants roller coaster ride for the right-handed pitcher.
Who is the 34th-best prospect in the Giants farm? We’re at the point in ranking San Francisco Giants prospects where “what is the likelihood that this player will ever actually make the Major Leagues?” becomes a pretty critical question.
The San Francisco Giants might have found their closer for 2021 on Wednesday, with the signing of Jake McGee of San Jose, CA to a two-year deal worth $7 million according to Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports.
Second baseman Tommy La Stella is remaining in northern California, but is just switching teams and leagues. On Thursday, La Stella of Westwood, NJ, signed a three-year deal worth $18.75 million, with the San Francisco Giants, according to the Associated Press.