2021 San Francisco Giants Top MLB Prospects
By Josh Norris
Even with the agonizing end to their season, hope is on the way in San Francisco. Nobody is quite sure what the 2021 season will look like, but the young talent coming through the Giants pipeline and the team’s ability to turn forgotten veterans into productive big leaguers should hearten fans about what’s to come in the years ahead.
Today we unveil the Giants Top 10 entering 2021.
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Here's how we project their lineup in 2024, with their 2024 age in parentheses.
Catcher: Patrick Bailey (25)
First Base: Joey Bart (27)
Second Base: Mauricio Dubon (29)
Third Base: Marco Luciano (22)
Shortstop: Will Wilson (25)
Left Field: Hunter Bishop (26)
Center Field: Luis Matos (23)
Right Field: Mike Yastrzemski (33)
Designated Hitter: Heliot Ramos (24)
Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to San Francisco's Top 10, click here.
Best Hitter for Average: Marco Luciano
Best Power Hitter: Marco Luciano
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: Logan Wyatt
Fastest Baserunner: Simon Whiteman
Best Athlete: Hunter Bishop
Best Fastball: Camilo Doval
Best Curveball: Tristan Beck
Best Slider: Blake Rivera
Best Changeup: Nick Swiney
Best Control: Kyle Harrison
Best Defensive Catcher: Patrick Bailey
Best Defensive Infielder: Casey Schmitt
Best Infield Arm: Casey Schmitt
Best Defensive Outfielder: Hunter Bishop
Best Outfield Arm: Diego Rincones