Heading into the 2023 regular season, the San Francisco Giants have a handful of prospects worth being excited about. The team ranked 29th in FOX Sports' 26-and-under rankings and landed 17th in MLB's preseason farm system rankings, but there are still some names to keep an eye on.
Kyle Harrison, the organization's No. 1 prospect and the top left-handed prospect in the game, struggled in three Spring Training outings, posting a 19.64 ERA in three appearances and 3.2 innings pitched.
Marco Luciano, the No. 2 prospect in the system and 22nd overall, wasn't in big league camp due to a back injury but is a name to watch as the season progresses.
We know how what the top two prospects had going on, what were some other names that impressed in camp?
3 SF Giants prospects that turned heads in 2023 Spring Training
Schmitt, 24, is considered to be the best defensive prospect in the Giants' system per MLB.com. He won't make the Opening Day roster, but did nearly everything he could to put himself into consideration for a callup when injuries arise.
In 15 Spring Training games, he went 16-for-48 (.333 average) with two doubles, two triples, two home runs and eight runs driven in. He struggled badly with strikeouts, suggesting he may not be as close to major league-ready as Giants fans would like, but his impressive bat-to-ball skills and home run power continued to impress on the heels of a strong season in the minors last year.