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Right now, Francisco Peguero is the name popping up most frequently as Beltran trade bait.
The 23-year-old Dominican product is currently playing in Double-A Richmond, where he's hitting .278/.292/.426.
According to Baseball America, Peguero is San Francisco's highest-rated minor league position player outside of 2010 first-round pick Gary Brown, who is reportedly off-limits.
Peguero is without a doubt a top prospect, and would be a great addition to San Francisco's team.
But Cody Ross, Nate Schierholtz and Andres Torres are already taking up space in the outfield. Brandon Belt will soon figure into the mix, Gary Brown is just a couple years away, and 2010 second-round pick Jarrett Parker is starting to pick up the pace in San Jose.
Add in that Carlos Beltran could be signed to an extension, and it's easy to see that San Francisco's outfield will do just fine without Peguero.