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2021 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List No. 33

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Who is the 33rd-best prospect in the Giants farm?

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After earning high praise at the Instructional Leagues, 22-year old power hitter Sean Roby has found his spot on the 2021 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List. Roby beat out seven other players to be named the No. 32 prospect in the San Francisco Giants farm, per the McCovey Chronicles community.

It’s a nice rise for the 2018 12th-round pick, who did not make the 44-player list a year ago.

Let’s see who comes after him.

The list so far

  1. Marco Luciano
  2. Joey Bart
  3. Heliot Ramos
  4. Hunter Bishop
  5. Luis Matos
  6. Seth Corry
  7. Alexander Canario
  8. Patrick Bailey
  9. Kyle Harrison
  10. Will Wilson
  11. Sean Hjelle
  12. Luis Toribio
  13. Tristan Beck
  14. Jairo Pomares
  15. Gregory Santos
  16. Camilo Doval
  17. Nick Swiney
  18. Kai-Wei Teng
  19. Logan Wyatt
  20. Jaylin Davis
  21. Casey Schmitt
  22. Blake Rivera
  23. Trevor McDonald
  24. Melvin Adon
  25. Kervin Castro
  26. Grant McCray
  27. Garrett Frechette
  28. Aeverson Arteaga
  29. Ricardo Genoves
  30. Jake Wong
  31. Sandro Fabian
  32. Sean Roby

Note: Clicking on the above names will link to the CPL where they were voted onto the list.

On to No. 33.

#33 prospect nominees

Luis Alexander Basabe
Connor Cannon
R.J. Dabovich
Tyler Fitzgerald
Matt Frisbee
Jimmy Glowenke
Diego Rincones

Note: When available, each player’s first name links to their Baseball-Reference page, and their last name links to their Fangraphs page.

Poll

Who is the No. 33 prospect in the system?

This poll is closed

  • 25%
    Luis Alexander Basabe
    (55 votes)
  • 6%
    Connor Cannon
    (15 votes)
  • 12%
    R.J. Dabovich
    (27 votes)
  • 5%
    Tyler Fitzgerald
    (13 votes)
  • 10%
    Matt Frisbee
    (24 votes)
  • 21%
    Jimmy Glowenke
    (47 votes)
  • 17%
    Diego Rincones
    (38 votes)
219 votes total Vote Now