Minor League Profile: Mac Williamson

  Welcome to our second Minor League Profile series. This time the spotlight lands on OF Johnathan Mackensey “Mac” Williamson.  Like the center of our first profile, Kyle Crick, Williamson … Continue Reading →


Minor League Player Profile: Kyle Crick

  Welcome to the first official Minor League Profile series. Given the recent (one day before this article was written) announcement of non-roster invitees to Spring Training, it seemed that … Continue Reading →


Down on the Farm: Heath Hembree

The San Francisco Giants drafted Heath Hembree in the fifth round of the 2010 MLB Draft. In his first season, he made 27 appearances out of the bullpen, striking out 42 batters and earning … Continue Reading →


Down On The Farm: Chris Stratton

Chris Stratton attended Mississippi State where he was the SEC Pitcher of the Year in 2012, his senior season. After a transition from the bullpen to the rotation, Stratton posted an … Continue Reading →


Down on the Farm: Gary Brown

Gary Brown went to Cal State Fullerton and was drafted #1 by the San Francisco Giants (24th overall) in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft. In 2011, he shined for the … Continue Reading →


Down on the Farm: Juan Perez

After waiting since May 25th for Angel Pagan‘s inflamed hamstring to heal after his epic dash around the bases to beat Colorado in extra innings at AT&T Park, the Giants … Continue Reading →


Down on the Farm: Roger Kieschnick

A curse and a blessing. That’s what earning the fabled “Five-Tool Player” label gets you in baseball. It’s a blessing because that means you have the 5 “tools” that scouts … Continue Reading →


Down on the Farm: Michael Kickham

“You always set high goals. That’s one thing I certainly do. I’m not getting ahead of myself by any means, but sure, it is something that you think about and … Continue Reading →


Down on the Farm: Joe Panik

“A lot of us in the organization said he reminded us of Buster Posey,” said Richmond Flying Squirrels hitting coach, Ken Joyce. “In the sense that he has that same … Continue Reading →


Down On The Farm: Kyle Crick 2013 Projection

  Rated as the number one prospect in the San Francisco Giants‘ farm system and #86 prospect overall according to MLB.com, 20-year old right-handed pitcher Kyle Crick is proving once … Continue Reading →