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The 2020 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List #29

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Well...look who made the list.

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Well, well, well, lookie here. Look who you guys voted into the list! Yes, indeed, the funkiest thrower you’ve seen on the Giants, Tyler Rogers penned the list, after finally making his Major League debut in 2019. He won with 30% of the vote, with Chris Shaw the closest runner up at 21%. That brings the list up to 28.

  1. Joey Bart
  2. Marco Luciano
  3. Heliot Ramos
  4. Hunter Bishop
  5. Logan Webb
  6. Alexander Canario
  7. Seth Corry
  8. Mauricio Dubon
  9. Luis Matos
  10. Sean Hjelle
  11. Will Wilson
  12. Jaylin Davis
  13. Luis Toribio
  14. Jairo Pomares
  15. Gregory Santos
  16. Melvin Adon
  17. Tristan Beck
  18. Kai-Wei Teng
  19. Conner Menez
  20. Jake Wong + Logan Wyatt
  21. (see above)
  22. Sandro Fabian
  23. Ricardo Genoves
  24. Trevor McDonald
  25. Blake Rivera
  26. Camilo Doval
  27. Grant McCray
  28. Tyler Rogers

I can’t help but think this is something you all have done to ingratiate yourselves with me. I’m okay with that.

16 more to go. That leaves 7 on our current poll.

Chris Shaw

Dany Jimenez

Franklin Labour

Garrett Frechette

PJ Hilson

Prelander Berroa

Tyler Fitzgerald

Poll

Who is the system’s #29 Prospect

This poll is closed

  • 32%
    Chris Shaw
    (57 votes)
  • 14%
    Dany Jimenez
    (25 votes)
  • 13%
    Franklin Labour
    (24 votes)
  • 14%
    Garrett Frechette
    (25 votes)
  • 6%
    PJ Hilson
    (11 votes)
  • 15%
    Prelander Berroa
    (28 votes)
  • 3%
    Tyler Fitzgerald
    (6 votes)
176 votes total Vote Now

One quick bit of side news: If you’re planning to see the SJ Giants this season, you might want to think about using a ride share service. The SJ Giants neighbor Solar4America Ice is pushing for an expansion, and will be voted on next week by the San Jose City Council. The expansion, if approved, will bulldoze most of the existing parking lot on site (which the SJ Giants use), as well as the shooting range, to add two more rinks, including the new home for the San Jose Sharks minor league team, the San Jose Barracuda. The ice center is also the practice facility for the Sharks and home for the SJSU hockey team.

A related plan includes SJSU building a parking garage that the ice center and San Jose Giants will use on the other side of Tenth Street. However, as that won’t be completed until December 2020 (as planned), the 2020 season will prove difficult for parking at Excite Stadium.

Alright, that’s the news for you. Go vote!