San Francisco Giants: 2019 MLB Draft Preview, Part 1

By Marc Delucchi
SF Giants hat. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)
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SCOTTSDALE, AZ – MARCH 11: A San Francisco Giants hat sits in a bucket of baseballs during a Cactus League game between the Giants and the Milwaukee Brewers at Scottsdale Stadium on March 11, 2015 in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images) /

With the amateur draft now right around the corner, Marc Delucchi will provide a three-part preview to the San Francisco Giants plans for the 2019 MLB draft.

The 2019 MLB Draft starts on Monday, June 3rd as fans across the country will be tuning in for a glimpse of their team’s future. More than most, the San Francisco Giants fan base could use the distraction.

As of today, the Giants are on pace to finish the season at 65-97, and there is only so much cycling through minor league box scores someone can do in a day. Heliot Ramos is back from his injury and Joey Bart will be back soon, but some new prospects to dream on can’t arrive soon enough.

The Giants hold the No. 10 pick and No. 51 pick on the first day of the draft. After that, they will own the No. 9 pick in each subsequent round from 3-40, with those selections made on Tuesday and Wednesday.

In the days to come, we will roll out a three-part series to get you ready for this year’s draft.

In this edition, we’ll go over the players most often rumored to be the Giants selection at No. 10 overall. So let’s dive right into the rumored options.