San Francisco Giants minor league players


San Francisco Giants minor league players

Below are the rosters of the minor league affiliates of the San Francisco Giants:

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Players

Ehire Adrianza

Ehire Adrianza
San Francisco Giants — No. 78
Shortstop
Born: August 21, 1989 (1989-08-21) (age 22)
Guarenas, Venezuela
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Ehire Enrique (Palma) Adrianza (born August 21, 1989 in Guarenas, Venezuela) is a minor league baseball shortstop currently on the San Francisco Giants 40-man roster. He is 6'1" tall and he weighs 165 pounds. He is currently ranked fourth on a list of their Top 10 Prospects.[1]

He began his professional career in 2006, playing for the DSL Giants and hitting .156 in 122 at-bats. In 2007, he played again for the DSL Giants, improving his batting average to .241 in 249 at-bats, stealing 23 bases in 29 attempts.

He played in the United States for the first time in 2008, splitting the season between three teams – the AZL Giants (15 games), Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (one game) and the Fresno Grizzlies (two games). Overall, he hit a combined .288 in 66 at-bats.

After hitting .258 in 388 at-bats for the Augusta Greenjackets in 2009, Adrianza helped the San Jose Giants win the California League Championship in 2010. He hit .256 in 445 at-bats, stealing 33 bases in 48 attempts.[2] However, because of his low batting average in 2010, he remained in San Jose during the bulk of the 2011 season. In 2011 as of August 13, 2011, Ehire is batting .295 with 2 home runs and 19 RBIs. Because he is not batting lead off this year, his stolen base total has dropped to just 5 steals this season.

Gary Brown

Gary Brown
San Francisco Giants — No. 14
Outfielder
Born: September 28, 1988 (1988-09-28) (age 23)
Diamond Bar, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Gary Brown (born September 9, 1988 in Diamond Bar, California) is a right-handed minor league baseball outfielder in the San Francisco Giants organization, and is currently ranked first on a list of their Top 10 Prospects.[3]

Brown was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the first round (24th overall) of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of Cal State-Fullerton.[4] He signed on August 16, 2010. He made his professional debut with the AZL Giants and finished the 2010 season with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes. Overall he hit .159 with 2 RBI's and 2 stolen bases in 12 games played.[5]

Brown played the 2011 season with the Advanced Single-A San Jose Giants of the California League. He had a terrific season and was named Cal League Rookie of the Year.[6] Brown was also selected to participate in the 2011 Futures Game at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.[7] For the season, he batted .336 in 559 at bats and set a franchise record for hits with 188.[8] He also had 13 triples, 14 home runs and 80 RBIs while stealing 53 bases in 72 attempts.[9] He was named an outfielder on Baseball America's 2011 Minor League All Star team.[10]

Heath Hembree

Heath Hembree
San Francisco Giants — No. 35
Relief pitcher
Born: January 13, 1989 (1989-01-13) (age 22)
Cowpens, South Carolina
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Heath Hembree (born January 13, 1989 in Cowpens, South Carolina) is a right-handed minor league baseball relief pitcher in the San Francisco Giants organization, currently ranked seventh on a list of their Top 10 Prospects.[11]

Hembree began his professional career in 2010, pitching in rookie league for the Arizona League Giants and going 0–0 with a 0.82 ERA over 12 appearances, with 22 strikeouts and 3 saves in 11 innings. He began the 2011 season pitching for the San Jose Giants and was promoted to the Richmond Flying Squirrels in late June. For 2011, he went a combined 1–1 with a 1.86 ERA over 54 appearances, with 78 strikeouts and 38 saves in 53 1/3 innings.[12]

Wes Hodges

Wesley M. Hodges (born September 14, 1984 in Chattanooga, Tennessee) is an American professional baseball third baseman who currently plays for the Richmond Flying Squirrels. He has yet to make his MLB debut.

Hodges attended college at Georgia Tech and played on the baseball team there for three seasons. Hodges played for the Kinston Indians in 2007 and the Akron Aeros in 2008.

He was a member of the Indians 40 man roster, until he was designated for assignment on July 27, 2010.[13]

On August 3, 2010, Hodges was claimed off waivers by the Colorado Rockies.

On August 5, 2010, Hodges was re-claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Indians. Hodges was outrighted to Triple-A Columbus on November 3, 2010, removing him from the 40-man roster.

Hodges was released by the Indians on June 7, 2011.

Hodges now plays for the Richmond Flying Squirrels, Double-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants.

Chuck Lofgren

Chuck Lofgren
San Francisco Giants — No. --
Pitcher
Born: January 29, 1986 (1986-01-29) (age 25)
Redwood City, California
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Charles Walfred Lofgren (born January 29, 1986 in Redwood City, California) is a minor league baseball starting pitcher who plays in the San Francisco Giants organization.

He attended Junípero Serra High School (San Mateo, California) from autumn 2000 to spring 2004. Lofgren was drafted in the 4th round of the 2004 amateur draft by the Cleveland Indians. He played in their minor league system from 2004 to 2009. He was then drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the major league phase of the 2009 Rule 5 draft and began the 2010 season with the Triple-A Nashville Sounds. He filed for free agency after the 2010 season and signed with the Triple-A Fresno Grizzlies in hopes of making the San Francisco Giants.

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Francisco Peguero

Francisco Peguero
San Francisco Giants — No. 62
Outfielder
Born: June 1, 1988 (1988-06-01) (age 23)
Nigua, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Francisco Peguero (born June 1, 1988 in Nigua, Dominican Republic) is a professional baseball outfielder currently on the San Francisco Giants 40-man roster. He is currently playing for the Richmond Flying Squirrels and is ranked second on a list of their Top 10 Prospects.[14]

Professional career

Peguero began his professional career in 2006, playing for the DSL Giants, hitting .275 with four home runs and 16 RBI in 56 games. He played for the DSL Giants in 2007 as well, hitting .294 with 25 stolen bases in 69 games.

In 2008, Peguero played for two teams – the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and Augusta Greenjackets. That season, he hit a combined .285 with four home runs, 43 RBI and 25 stolen bases in 100 games.

He spent 2009 with the Volcanoes and Greenjackets, hitting .353 with one home run, 46 RBI and 22 stolen bases in 75 games.[15]

In 2010, he hit .329/.358/.488 with 40 stolen bases in 122 games with the San Jose Giants.[16]

Peguero got a late start this season after an injury in spring training. He batted .324 in San Jose before joining the Richmond Flying Squirrels on June 23, where he has played 71 games with a .309 average, 5 homeruns, 37 RBIs, 34 runs scored and 8 stolen bases.

Matthew Sartor

Matthew Sartor
San Francisco Giants — No. --
Pitcher
Born: August 18, 1984 (1984-08-18) (age 27)
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Matthew Wayne Sartor (born August 18, 1984 in Irving, Texas) is a professional baseball pitcher in the San Francisco Giants farm system.

Sartor was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2007 after playing college ball at the University of Texas-Arlington. He played for the Dodgers farm teams in the Rookie Leagues (Ogden Raptors) and Class-A (Great Lakes Loons and Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino).

In 2009 he was assigned to the Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts, where he was selected to appear in the mid-season Southern League All-Star game. In 2010, he started the year 1–3 with a 7.50 ERA in 14 appearances for the Lookouts and was demoted to Inland Empire, where he was 3–6 with a 2.88 ERA in 32 appearances.

On December 9, 2010, Sartor was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft.

Matt Sartor has not pitched in the San Francisco Giants organization during the 2011 season.

On August 8, 2011, Sartor was signed by the Grand Prairie Air Hogs of the American Association.

Jackson Williams

For the English boxer of the same name see Jackson Williams (boxer)

Jackson Williams

San Francisco Giants — No. 73
Catcher
Born: May 14, 1986 (1986-05-14) (age 25)
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jackson Williams (born May 14, 1986 in Tulsa, Oklahoma) is a catcher for the San Francisco Giants organization of Major League Baseball. He went to the University of Oklahoma. He was drafted by the Giants in the 1st Round (43rd overall) of 2007 Major League Baseball Draft.[17]

2011 Season Summary

Jackson is currently playing for the Fresno Grizzlies, the Giants AAA team. As of August 14, 2011, he is batting .184 with 1 home run and 12 RBis in 56 games. In his 125 bats to date, he has also struck out 36 times.

High school career

Williams was a three year starter and letterman at Broken Arrow Senior High, Broken Arrow, OK. He played primarily behind the plate and also saw some time on the mound in a relief role. He twice played in the Area Code Games where he was named an All-Star. He hit at a .355 clip as a senior and added 30 runs scored and RBIs, 11 doubles and six home runs. He posted a 3–1 record with two saves and a 2.77 ERA on the mound as well and struck out 34 batters in 30 innings pitched. He was named the recipient of the Gold Glove Award as the team's top defensive player. He served as a team captain his senior year. He was named to the Tulsa World and The Oklahoman All-State teams as a first team selection in 2004. He was also chosen as an All-Tulsa Metro All-Star by the Northeast Baseball Coaches Association. He was a first team All-Frontier Conference pick. He was a member of the Oklahoma Senior Sunbelt Team which won the national tournament. He received the Ferguson Jenkins Award for his performance in the classroom. The team went 29–10 on the season, finished second in the league and advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament. He batted .339 with three home runs and 25 RBIs as a junior and the team went 24–14 on the year, won its regional and advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament. He participated with the Perfect Game All-Stars in Jupiter, Florida., following his junior year. He was a Warren Spahn Award nominee in 2003. He was coached by former Sooner letterwinner Shannon Dobson.

College career

During his freshman year, Williams started 50 games at catcher, three as the designated hitter. He was fourth on the team in doubles (12) and tied for fifth in homers (4). He was successful on five of six stolen base attempts. He collected 11 multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBIs games. He made first career appearance/start versus Arizona State University and finished the game 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBIs. He put together a career game vs. University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff with career highs in hits (4), RBIs (4), runs (4), stolen bases (3, also a team best). He was a triple short of the cycle after knocking out his first homer as a Sooner in the seventh inning. He compiled a six-game hitting streak, a season high, starting with a 3-for-4 performance against Dallas Baptist and ending in the series finale vs. University of Kansas. He went 1-for-3 with two runs scored and three RBIs vs. TCU. He tied career high for hits with a perfect 4-for-4 game, including a two-run homer, against UT-Arlington. He broke out of an 0-for-26 slump with his third homer of the year against Oklahoma State University in the series opener. He went 2-for-4 with a run scored in the second game against Oklahoma State and collected an RBI in the series finale. He finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs and was one triple short of the cycle in the first game against University of Northern Colorado. He went 2-for-3 with a run scored against Nebraska in the Big 12 Tournament. He finished the Oxford Regional game against Maine with two hits, a run and an RBI. He hit.300 with two homers and eight RBIs in the final 14 games of the season (starting with the first game of the Bedlam series).

During his sophomore year Willimas was an All-Big 12 Conference honorable mention. He was tabbed second team All-Big 12 by Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He had 14 multiple-hit games and nine multiple-RBIs games. He went 15-for-30 with 10 RBIs and eight doubles during career-high seven-game hitting streak. He Had 112 career starts at catcher for OU in two seasons. He was sixth on the team in RBIs with 36 and fourth in doubles (15). He hit .323 in Big 12 play (fourth best on team) with 17 RBIs. All three of his home runs came against Big 12 opponents On the road: second on the team in RBIs (15) and fourth in batting average with a .353 clip (24-for-68). He hit a team-leading .737 (14-for-19) with runners on third and less than two out. He connected for four doubles, two homers and six RBIs in Kansas series while hitting .500 (7-for-14). He finished the Texas Tech series with a .583 batting average (7-for-12) with four doubles and three RBIs. He delivered game-winning hit as a pinch hitter against UT-Arlington on April 4. He had a six-game hitting streak was snapped against TCU on March 7. He was named to Service Academies Classic All-Tournament team after hitting .375 with two RBIs. He hit .571 in UTPA Classic and connected for three RBIs.

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Double-A

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Pitchers

  • 28 Drew Bowlin
  • -- Craig Clark Injury icon 2.svg
  • 22 Hector Corréa
  • 31 Justin Fitzgerald
  • 25 Austin Fleet
  • 35 Heath Hembree
  •  8 Alex Hinshaw
  • 45 Mitch Lively
  • 29 Chuck Lofgren
  • 32 Daryl Maday
  • 23 David Quinowski
  • 34 Wilmín Rodríguez
  • 13 Justin Schumer
  • 12 Ryan Verdugo

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  • -- Drew Biery Injury icon 2.svg
  •  6 Charlie Culberson
  • 37 Chris Domínguez
  • 18 Wes Hodges
  •  2 Ryan Lormand Injury icon 2.svg
  • 14 Sharlon Schoop
  •  1 Skyler Stromsmoe

Outfielders

  • 16 Wendell Fairley
  • 39 Roger Kieschnick Injury icon 2.svg
  • 43 Ryan Lollis
  • 49 Francisco Peguero *
  • 10 Juan Pérez

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Class A-Advanced

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  • 22 Jake Dunning
  • 23 Jacob Dunnington Injury icon 2.svg
  • 46 Chris Gloor
  • 48 Stephen Harrold
  • 33 Chris Heston
  • 49 Michael Main
  • 25 Kelvin Marté
  • 47 Addison Proszek
  • 35 Edwin Quírarté
  • 32 Andy Reichard
  • 45 Ari Ronick
  • 50 Tom Vessella
  • 41 Craig Westcott
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Catchers

  • 55 Alex Burg
  • 12 Tommy Joseph
  • 37 Jesús Navarro

Infielders

  • 10 Ehíré Adríanza *
  • 29 Luke Anders
  •  9 Ryan Cavan
  •  7 Juan Ciriaco
  • 19 José Flores
  • 18 Carter Jurica
  • 21 Nick Noonan

Outfielders

  • 14 Gary Brown
  •  1 Nick Liles
  • 28 Jarrett Parker
  • 17 James Simmons Injury icon 2.svg

Manager

  • 15 Andy Skeels

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Class A

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  • -- Ryan Bean
  • -- Andrew Berger
  • 39 Brett Bochy
  • 26 Ryan Bradley
  • 53 Edward Concepcíon
  • 43 Michael Kickham
  • 28 Mario Rodriguez
  • 32 Taylor Rogers
  • 51 Seth Rosin
  • 12 Shawn Sanford
  • 46 Gaspar Santíago
  • 36 José Valdez

Catchers

  • 20 Jeff Arnold
  • 38 Eliezer Zambrano

Infielders

  • 31 Raynor Campbell
  •  9 Adam Duvall
  •  6 Bobby Haney
  • 10 Josh Mazzola Injury icon 2.svg
  • -- Kelby Tomlinson
  • 15 Joel Weeks
  •  1 Carlos Willoughby

Outfielders

  • 20 Dan Cook Injury icon 2.svg
  • 23 Devin Harris
  •  5 Chris Lofton
  • -- Mike Mergenthaler
  • 25 Rafael Rodriguez
  •  7 Ryan Scoma

Manager

  • 17 Lipso Nava

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Short A

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  • 30 Brandon Allen
  • 14 Keith Bilodeau
  • 44 Wilber Bucardo
  • 22 Paul Davis
  • 18 Brennan Flick
  • 45 Kendry Flores
  • 43 Chris Gloor
  • 33 Matthew Graham
  • 38 Cody Hall
  • 29 Aaron King
  • 28 Cameron Lamb
  • 39 Brian Maloney Injury icon 2.svg
  • 46 Rafael Martínez
  • 16 Phil McCormick
  • 31 Lorenzo Mendoza
  • 41 Reinier Roibal
  • 17 Stephen Shackleford
  • 34 Jack Snodgrass

Catchers

  • 15 Daniel Burkhart
  • 25 Mike Murray
  • 23 Joe Staley

Infielders

  •  8 Daniel Brock
  • 26 Garrett Buechele
  • -- Brice Cutspec Injury icon 2.svg
  • 35 Kaohi Downing
  •  2 John Eshleman
  • -- Julio Izturis Injury icon 2.svg
  • 12 Joe Panik
  • 13 Ben Thomas

Outfielders

  •  6 Jesús Galindo
  • 32 Ryan Honeycutt
  • 20 Charles Jones
  • 10 Brett Krill
  • 37 Leonardo Ochoa
  •  5 Shawn Payne

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Rookie

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  • 41 Luis Angeles
  • 66 DeMondré Arnold
  • -- Clayton Blackburn
  • -- Jorgé Bucardo Injury icon 2.svg
  • 50 Kyle Crick
  • 47 Edwin Escobar
  • 61 Keurin Felíz
  • 56 Miguel Ferrer
  • 46 Joan Gregorio
  • 53 Ariel Hernandez
  • 67 Jonathan Jones
  • -- Derek Law
  • 17 Chris Marlowe
  • -- Raymundo Montero
  •  3 Steven Neff
  • 40 Armando Paniagua
  • -- Dashenko Ricardo
  • 38 Danny Sandbrink
  • 53 Jake Shadle
  • -- Kyle Vazquez
  • 52 Sundrendy Windster

Catchers

  •  9 Gabriel Cornier
  • 14 Rey Duran
  • 28 Myles Schroder
  •  5 Eric Sim

Infielders

  • 15 Jean Delgado
  • 21 Brian Nicholson
  • 10 Cristian Paulino
  • -- Ydwin Villegas
  • 12 Stephen Yarrow

Outfielders

  • 39 Eldred Barnett
  • 26 Gus Benusa
  • 35 Elliott Blair
  • 49 José de la Cruz
  • -- Christian Díaz
  • 45 Leonardo Fuentes
  • -- Kentrell Hill

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Coaches

  • 37 Mike Caldwell (pitching)
  • -- Marcos Garcia (instructional)
  •  7 Victor Torres (hitting)


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