San Francisco Giants: 2019 MLB Draft Preview, Part 3

By Marc Delucchi
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PHOENIX, AZ – AUGUST 09: General manager Farhan Zaidi of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the dugout before the MLB game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on August 9, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) /

Final Odds

At this point in the pre-draft process, every rumor brings increased uncertainty.

A week ago, it seemed like the pick was between Stott and Manoah, and that’s still the most likely outcome. However, if Bishop falls, he’s probably the best prospect available.

I think people are overlooking Missouri OF Kameron Misner as a realistic possibility as an under-slot sign if Bishop is off the board.

Farhan Zaidi notoriously loves toolsy players, and Misner has them all. He would be a stretch after a disappointing spring, but the Giants may be able to gain value back later in the draft if they cut a below-slot deal at No. 10 overall.

With all of that said, here are my final odds on who the Giants will select with the 10th overall pick:

  • SS Bryson Stott: 20 percent
  • RHP Alek Manoah: 20 percent
  • OF Hunter Bishop: 20 percent
  • OF Kameron Misner: 15 percent
  • RHP Jackson Rutledge: 10 percent
  • 3B Josh Jung: 5 percent
  • RHP Matthew Allan: 3 percent
  • 3B Keoni Cavaco: 2 percent
  • RHP George Kirby: 1 percent
  • IF Will Wilson: 1 percent
  • C Shea Langeliers: 1 percent
  • LHP Zack Thompson: 1 percent
  • Chaos: 1 percent

The 2019 MLB draft kicks off at 7 p.m. ET on MLB Network and, with the first two rounds set to play out on Monday night.

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Who will be the latest top prospect to join the rebuilding San Francisco Giants farm system? We’ll have a full breakdown of all the day’s action right here at Around the Foghorn, so be sure to check back for scouting reports and analysis on each top pick.