Hello and happy Tuesday.
In 2020, the San Francisco Giants used 45 players. Of those 45, six made their MLB debuts. If you’re wondering, those six were Caleb Baragar, Joey Bart, Luis Alexander Basabe, Dany Jimenez, Joe McCarthy, and Chadwick Tromp.
So if six Giants made their MLB debut in a 60-game season, it’s pretty safe to say that a few will make their debut in a (hopefully) 162-game season in 2021.
But we don’t know who they are yet. The Giants farm is rapidly improving, but they don’t have any player who is knocking on the door of the big leagues. There are no sure bets for 2021 debuts.
We might see a big name, like Heliot Ramos. We might see a big height, Sean Hjelle. We’ll likely see a reliever or five, though who knows which ones. Baragar certainly wasn’t on anyone’s list this time last year.
So who will they be? Give me your prediction for at least three Giants who will make their MLB debuts during the 2021 season.
Did Barry Bonds hit a home run today?
Unfortunately, Barry Bonds did not hit a home run today.
Old, random MCC article for you to read
Donald Trump wanted to buy the San Francisco Giants (Aug. 4, 2017 — Grant Brisbee)
How many days until Opening Day?
There are 170 days until Opening Day.
I hope your Tuesday is swell.