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  1. #1
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    Baseball America: Giants top 10 prospects

    1. Kyle Crick, rhp
    2. Joe Panik, ss
    3. Chris Stratton, rhp
    4. Gary Brown, of
    5. Mike Kickham, lhp
    6. Clayton Blackburn, rhp
    7. Heath Hembree, rhp
    8. Francisco Peguero, of
    9. Roger Kieschnick, of
    10. Adalberto Mejia, lhp
    Best Hitter for Average Joe Panik
    Best Power Hitter Adam Duvall
    Best Strike Zone Discipline Joe Panik
    Fastest Baserunner Gary Brown
    Best Athlete Gary Brown
    Best Fastball Kyle Crick
    Best Curveball Chris Marlowe
    Best Slider Mike Kickham
    Best Changeup Chris Heston
    Best Control Clayton Blackburn
    Best Defensive Catcher Jeff Arnold
    Best Defensive Infielder Ehire Adrianza
    Best Infield Arm Chris Dominguez
    Best Defensive OF Gary Brown
    Best Outfield Arm Francisco Peguero
    Catcher Buster Posey
    First Base Brandon Belt
    Second Base Joe Panik
    Third Base Pablo Sandoval
    Shortstop Brandon Crawford
    Left Field Angel Pagan
    Center Field Gary Brown
    Right Field Hunter Pence
    No. 1 Starter Matt Cain
    No. 2 Starter Madison Bumgarner
    No. 3 Starter Kyle Crick
    No. 4 Starter Tim Lincecum
    No. 5 Starter Chris Stratton
    Closer Heath Hembree
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    Blackburn at #6? I disagree with that unless I am missing something. Also it's interesting that Brown is so low because he made the MLB.com top 100 prospects (I trust BA over MLB.com though).

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    I'm surprised Brett Bochy didn't make the list

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    Ya I think Bochy is better prospect than Peguero. I believe Pegeruo will be nothing more than a back up, if that.

    Also kind of surprised to see Martin Augusta not in the top 10.
    Last edited by Rush; 01-30-2013 at 04:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgersuck View Post
    Blackburn at #6? I disagree with that unless I am missing something. Also it's interesting that Brown is so low because he made the MLB.com top 100 prospects (I trust BA over MLB.com though).
    I was thinking the same with Blackburn. He's gotta be top 5 until he shows otherwise. He gave the South Atlantic League the Bumgarner treatment.

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    FWIW, this is Andrew Baggarly's list.
    #JoergerBomb

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    - "He is as smart as Peyton, as accurate as Brady, tougher than Ben and as athletic as RG3." - Anonymous Head Coach on Andrew Luck

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    The fact that Peguero cracks the top 10 worries me about our depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants5518 View Post
    FWIW, this is Andrew Baggarly's list.
    The same as BA's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFrush90 View Post
    The same as BA's?
    He represents the Giants on Baseball America.
    #JoergerBomb

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    - He runs meetings like a coach. Basically, Im playing with a coordinator on the field. Hes a football God. He sees everything, and he sees the big picture of everything." - Frank Gore on Andrew Luck
    - "He is as smart as Peyton, as accurate as Brady, tougher than Ben and as athletic as RG3." - Anonymous Head Coach on Andrew Luck

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    I'm surprised to not see Bochy as well, I'd out him on this list over Peguero.







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    Interesting he put Panik so high but I like the aggressive ranking. Hopefully that'll translate on the field this year.

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    It will be interesting to watch how Panik transitions to Richmond because that's where the offensive prospects trip up (like Brown)

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    Bring on the Boch family dynasty. This team needs more real life bobble heads.

    WS game 7, bottom of the 15th, Giants lead 1-0, Bochy makes the fated BP call, "get me my son". "I won't let you down, dad". The rest is history.
    Last edited by ZitoAce; 02-09-2013 at 10:29 PM.

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    One Bochy isn't enough...







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