San Francisco Giants: Breaking down how the top 10 prospects are doing down on the farm

By Danny Vietti
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Aug 7, 2014; Frisco, TX, USA; A general view of the stadium at Dr Pepper Ballpark. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

SS Christian Arroyo

the 20-year old shortstop Arroyo was drafted in the first round of the 2013 draft, and he chose to take his $1,866,500 signing bonus to go pro instead of accepting one of his many college scholarship offers. Arroyo is noted to have great discipline at the plate, while also being a line drive hitter.

After being promoted to high Single-A ball in San Jose this year, Arroyo has hit with confidence and it is paying off as he is slashing .311/.352/.473 with 41 RBIs. To add, Arroyo has been solid at shortstop with a .965 fielding percentage.

Scouts describe Arroyo as a smart player with good tools. The 20-year old may have to wait a while for a promotion to the Giants as Joe Panik and Brandon Crawford are expected to be in a San Francisco uniform for a long time.

Next: #1. Tyler Beede