It’s been a while since I put up a links post, and as such, I have some catching up to do…
Kevin Goldstein released his top 101 prospects list, with only one Giant showing up: Gary Brown at #18. Brown, of course, was also #1 on Goldstein’s top Giants prospects (which, by the way, is free to the public).
Additionally, Brown was the lone Giant on Baseball America’s 2012 top 100, coming in at #38.
Baseball Prospect Nation, meanwhile, ranked the top 150 prospects in baseball, and three Giants made the cut: Brown at #32, Crick at #130, and Joseph at #133. BPN also ran down the top 15 Giants prospects, and published a scouting report on Gary Brown.
If you can’t get enough of Gary Brown (which is actually understandable), Bullpen Banter has a nice write-up on him. He’s 55th on their top 100.
Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com revealed his top 20 San Francisco Giants prospects.
Over at Baseball Prospectus, Sam Miller details the “worst game of 2011” — one in which the Giants scored 15 runs(!)
J.P. Breen at Fangraphs ranked teams by WAR added through homegrown players since the 2002 draft. The Giants, at 97.9 WAR, were second in all of MLB.