Eleven San Francisco Giants Staying in Organization
2. Heliot Ramos – Ramos played the entire season in Low-A Augusta, which suggests, just like with Luciano, that his time is not immediate.
Ramos is likely to begin 2019 in High-A ball in San Jose, and that could mean another 2-3 years before he is in the Major Leagues.
One thing that is clear so far for Ramos is he is showing the signs of being the five tool prospect they saw when they drafted him in the first round in 2017.
Last week, team president Brian Sabean talked about how excited the organization was about Ramos
The potential is fun to think about and the tools have showed at Augusta. He seems like he can play anywhere in the outfield and with Duggar already looking like a big part of the future, Ramos could create an outfield the Giants can finally brag about.
Giants fans know all too well that the last home grown All-Star to play the outfield was Chili Davis in the 1980’s.
With Duggar and eventually Ramos, the Giants are finally looking like a team that could grow some All-Stars in the outfield.