Joe Panik was DFAd by the San Francisco Giants yesterday. I can’t say that I really know much about Joe beyond any usual prospect-watch-young-star chronicle thing that could fit any other kid of his age (see: Brad Miller, Carlos Correa, Taijuan Walker, my hopes for a productive career by my early thirties, etc). But what…
The former first-rounder plugged the Giants’ hole at the keystone, but can he do the same for your fantasy squad?
A look at several future keystoners and what they might offer from a fantasy perspective.
Looking at the top shortstop prospects who are likely to remain prospects but unlikely to remain shortstops.
The Giants have won two World Series with homegrown stars. The next crop is short on depth and high-impact potential.
Notes from the AFL as the rest of the leagues were off on Monday.
Between the weather, the Mythbusters, and Full House reruns, life’s pretty good in San Francisco. But that doesn’t mean their top prospects can’t fail like the rest of us.