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    SF Giants Prospects

    Could San Francisco Giants have eight Top 100 prospects by 2020?

    Joey Bart spent an extended portion of 2019 in the California League where Jen Ramos got to see the SF Giants prospect up close. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)
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    Locks: C Joey Bart, SS Marco Luciano, OF Heliot Ramos
    Confidence Level: 95%

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    Heliot Ramos was the team’s first-round selection in 2017. He was considered a top-100 prospect entering his first full season, but struggled at Single-A Augusta in 2018.

    After making some adjustments this offseason, he got off to a historic start with the San Jose Giants and recently earned a promotion to Double-A. He already ranks among the top-75 prospects in baseball by FanGraphs Prospects, Baseball America, and MLB Pipeline.

    Joey Bart was the No. 2 overall pick in last year’s draft. He entered the season as a top-40 prospect in baseball and he has maintained his status. He was promoted alongside Ramos this past week to Double-A and is a top-25 prospect in baseball by all major outlets.

    Marco Luciano has one of the highest ceilings in all of baseball. He’s a 17-year-old with 70-80 grade bat speed and the potential to stick at shortstop. In his first taste of professional ball, Luciano was a clear standout and he earned a recent promotion to short-season Salem-Keizer.

    While he found himself outside most top-100s at the start of the season, he’s been one of the quickest risers in the league. He now ranks among the top-70 prospects in baseball by all major outlets and he’s in position to join Bart as a top-20 guy if he gets off to a strong start in full-season ball next year.

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