I’m not going to say that 2018 obviously has to be better than 2017, because I minored in Jinx Prevention in college. But the Giants should be trying to do better. In light of that, I have humbly put together a number of suggestions that the Giants would do well to consider for the 2018 calendar year. 1.
Between the Rule 5 Draft and trades, the Giants farm system has a new look. So, what does the system look like now? Christian Arroyo (Longoria Trade) - Well, this is the big one. Arroyo’s a future Major Leaguer, and that’s probably a near-present Major Leaguer. A lot of people are underwhelmed on him from his rough 2017, but judging him by his first sip of piping-hot coffee doesn’t mean that the he’ll only get one cup. His twice-broken hand is the biggest question, however.
The Rule 5 Draft is Thursday, and with the Giants being the 2nd-worst team in the Majors, they could use all the help they can get. Then again, they could also lose a prospect or two in the process. So with the big day coming, here’s a look at the guys we may be reading about soon. 3 Giants Prospects Who Could Be Picked1. Tyler Rogers, RHP - The 26-year old submariner reliever had a 2.37 ERA and a 1.22 WHIP in his first full season at Triple-A.
I’m not saying the best way to get me to vacuum the floor is to see a spider on it, and use the vacuum to kill it and then do the rest of the floor out of convenience since I’ve already got the vacuum out..
But I’m not not saying it, either.
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