After getting swept in Milwaukee during the week, the San Francisco Giants came home and returned the favor with a sweep of the Padres this weekend. Three weeks in to the season, the Giants are 12-7 and just 1.5 games back in the NL West.
The Giants rotation looked to be in shambles heading in to the weekend. However, Madison Bumgarner, Tim Lincecum and Barry Zito calmed the storm by allowing only two runs over 19.2 combined innings against the Padres.
The strength of the Giants team over the past four seasons has been the starting rotation. The current strength of the farm system is also starting pitching. The organization has a plethora of outstanding pitching prospects in the lower minor leagues.
Let's check in on the performance of those arms and the rest of the Giants' top 10 prospects during the third week of the season.