Giants prospect Will Wilson makes good first impression, hates Dodgers


New Giants prospect Will Wilson came to San Francisco on Tuesday in a trade with the Angels, but that doesn't make him a fan of Los Angeles.

In fact, he should fit in quite well with his new organization -- if old tweets are to be believed.

See for yourself:

Talk about making a great first impression.

Wilson, 21, was the No. 15 overall pick in the 2019 MLB Draft and slashed .275/.328/.439 over 189 at-bats in rookie ball last season with five home runs and 10 doubles. If he can live up to his ranking as the Angels' No. 4 prospect, he'll endear himself to Giants fans even further.

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Wilson joins a San Francisco minor league system that has been overhauled in recent years and now features highly-touted prospects such as Joey Bart, Heliot Ramos, Marco Luciano and Hunter Bishop. Most of them likely will be teammates at some point throughout their minor-league journeys, but the hope is that they will form the core of the next generation of Giants baseball.