SF Giants’ roster for 2022 projected

By Joel Reuter
SF Giants prospect Heliot Ramos. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images)
SF Giants prospect Heliot Ramos. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images) /
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2022 Giants Roster Projection Wrap-Up

The 26 players on that projected roster, with those projected salaries, would cost $92.9 million.

Some of the younger players could make slightly above the league minimum and there will always be added costs as the season progresses, but that offers the team a lot of financial wiggle room.

The success of this projected team would hinge greatly on the development of their top prospects, especially the trio of Hunter Bishop, Joey Bart and Heliot Ramos who would be counted on to anchor the offensive attack.

On the pitching side, luring a quality veteran starter or two would go a long way, though they will still be leaning heavily on the progression of some of their incumbent young arms.

Meanwhile, the farm system would still be flush with talent, led by shortstop Marco Luciano, outfielder Alexander Canario and outfielder Luis Matos.

This is all hypothetical, but it could serve as a framework for how the team will be constructed in the years to come.

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