Ranking the SF Giants' Top 10 Prospects After the 2013 Minor League Season

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Ranking the SF Giants' Top 10 Prospects After the 2013 Minor League Season
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Top prospect Kyle Crick struck out 95 batters in 68.2 innings this season at High-A San Jose.

While it was a down year for the San Francisco Giants starting pitchers, the same can’t be said for the organization’s promising young arms in the minor leagues.

Their top pitching prospects, right-handers Kyle Crick and Clayton Blackburn, highlighted one of the best rotations in the minors at High-A San Jose—one that also included up-and-coming left-handers Adalberto Mejia and Ty Blach.

In terms of hitters, well, the Giants’ system is currently devoid of an impact bat. Mac Williamson stands out among the team’s collection of talent for his robust raw power, but there’s legitimate concern as to whether the hit tool will hold up at higher levels. The organization also added a pair of intriguing prospects through the draft in Christian Arroyo and Ryder Jones, both whom project as bat-first infielders.

Here’s a look at the rest of the San Francisco Giants’ top 10 prospects after the 2013 minor league season.

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