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Willie McCovey Memorial 2019 Community Prospect List #33

A new set of nominations, get hyped!

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So, I came into the office today and damn, everyone seems sad and crying and there's flowers and random monkey paws everywhere. Some writer is leaving the site. I’m not sure why everyone’s said...dude wrote like, what, five articles last season? He’s probably not very important.*

Me, I’m happy! It’s nomination results day! We’ve got new players! But first, let’s talk about who won spot #32: Aaron Bond. He’s....well, he’s #32 on the list, which I have copy & pasted below!

  1. Joey Bart
  2. Heliot Ramos
  3. Marco Luciano
  4. Shaun Anderson
  5. Logan Webb
  6. Alexander Canario
  7. Chris Shaw
  8. Ray Black
  9. Melvin Adon
  10. Sean Hjelle
  11. Gregory Santos
  12. Aramis Garcia
  13. Heath Quinn
  14. Juan De Paula
  15. Jalen Miller
  16. Ryan Howard
  17. Camilo Doval
  18. Jacob Gonzalez
  19. Jake Wong
  20. Luis Toribio
  21. Seth Corry
  22. Abiatal Avelino
  23. Sandro Fabian
  24. Garrett Williams
  25. Diego Rincones
  26. Jairo Pomares
  27. Drew Ferguson
  28. Pat Ruotolo
  29. Tyler Beede
  30. Travis Bergen
  31. Jose Marte
  32. Aaron Bond

That leaves the leftovers, Malique Ziegler, Conner Menez and Mac Marshall to face a new wave of nominees! Who won? Well it’s Sam Coonrod (13 Votes), Blake Rivera (13 Votes), Manuel Geraldo (12 Votes) and David Villar (11 Votes). You can find out more about all of them below. Remember, clicking on the first name sends you to BB-Ref, last name goes to Fangraphs.

Blake Rivera

Conner Menez

David Villar

Mac Marshall

Malique Ziegler

Manuel Geraldo

Sam Coonrod

Are you ready to vote?


Who is the Giants 2019 #33 prospect?

This poll is closed

  • 18%
    Blake Rivera
    (20 votes)
  • 17%
    Conner Menez
    (19 votes)
  • 16%
    David Villar
    (18 votes)
  • 2%
    Mac Marshall
    (3 votes)
  • 8%
    Malique Ziegler
    (9 votes)
  • 16%
    Manuel Geraldo
    (18 votes)
  • 19%
    Sam Coonrod
    (21 votes)
108 votes total Vote Now

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Okay, since everyone’s sad about that guy who barely posts announcing he won’t post at all anymore, I have something fun to point out, about some old friends.

The Fresno Grizzlies, former Giants affiliate at the Triple-A level, are now a part of the Washington Nationals system. When the Grizz switched from the Giants to Astros, it made sense for them to keep the Orange color theme they’d used for the last part of their time with the Giants. But now, it was time for another branding change. are your new Grizzlies!

Well, that’s not too different from the past, especially the F. Let’s look at the unis: pants. That is a bold, bold choice there.

Okay, I’m kind of liking it. Not loving, but liking. I like the 2-tone Fresno for the main Road jersey. And I’ll forgive putting the city name on the home jersey since it’s a reference to the flag...but shouldn’t the star be on the upper right shoulder?

Anyways, discuss unis down below. Also, maybe talk about the prospects. You should do that too.

*-Thanks for everything, Grant. I’m happy for you. I’m also happy for me, since now I’m subscribing to The Athletic for more than just Jayson Stark.