Sunday, February 14, 2016

DrB's 2016 Giants Top 50 Prospects: Honorable Mention Part VII

Dylan Davis, OF.  B-R, T-R.  DOB:  7/20/1993.  6'0", 200 lbs.

A+:  .206/.295/.318, 3 HR, 11.5 BB%, 23.0 K%, 122 PA.
Low A:  .250/.322/.406, 9 HR, 9.8 BB%, 26.5 K%, 287 PA.

3 true outcomes hitter which does not necessarily get you a lot of love in the Giants organization.  Washed out of San Jose and seemed to find a floor in Augusta.  Does he get another crack at San Jose in 2016?  There is still the arm that can hit 97 MPH in his back pocket too.


Cristian Paulino, 2B/OF.  B-R, T-R.  DOB:  9/4/1991.  5'10", 168 lbs.

Low A:  .299/.371/.467, 13 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR, 19 SB, 7.0 BB%, 20.9 K%, 187 PA.

Paulino has always had the tools.  I am not sure if injuries or poor fielding held him back from more playing time, but those numbers projected to 600 PA are quite tasty indeed.  Needs 500 PA's at a higher level to move into serious prospect territory, but the numbers suggest it's doable.


Grant Watson, LHP.  DOB:  7/2/1993.  6'0", 185 lbs.

R:  2-0, 0.68, 26.2 IP, 10.13 K/9, 1.01 BB/9, GO/AO= 1.50.
SS:  0-1, 4.50, 10 IP, 9.00 K/9, 4.50 BB/9, GO/AO= 5.00.

Senior draftee out of UCLA.  Way too advanced for rookie ball.  Not as effective albeit in an extremely SSS at the more age appropriate level.  He's a guy I liked in college, though and hope he gets his chances.


Fernando Pujadas, C.  B-R, T-R.  DOB:  1/2/1992.  6'1", 180 lbs.

SS:  .275/.330/.386, 10 2B, 3 HR, 5.9 BB%, 21.3 K%, 188 PA.

Pujadas has been kicking around the lower minors seemingly forever.  Can he move up to higher levels and find some traction on his career?


Julio Pena, OF.  B-R, T-R.  DOB:  12/13/1992.  6'0", 185 lbs.

SS:  .234/.274/.416, 6 HR, 4.1 BB%, 39.2 K%, 148 PA.

That is a pretty frightening K rate even for a 3 true outcomes guy and Pena doesn't draw walks.  No bueno, but the power make him somewhat interesting.

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