With Dane Dunning of the Texas Rangers graduating from the list, the Giants now have five players among MLB Pipeline's top-100 prospects.
Seth Corry, a 22-year-old southpaw who the Giants drafted in the third round back in 2017, has slid into the top 100 prospects list, joining shortstop Marco Luciano (14), catcher Joey Bart (20), and outfielders Heliot Ramos (73) and Hunter Bishop (75).
All five of the Giants' best prospects are in Sacramento playing at the Giants' alternate site. We saw a sampling of Bart at the big-league level during the 2020 season, when the former No. 2 overall draft pick struggled to hit for power, slashing .233/.288/.320 in 103 at-bats.
In Corry's last minor league season before the COVID-19 pandemic eliminated the 2020 campaign, the lefty went 9-3 with a 1.76 ERA in 122.2 innings with the Augusta Green Jackets in Class-A.
In the nearly two-plus years since Farhan Zaidi took over control of the Giants' front office, we have seen the team's farm system go from among the league's worst to one consistently ranked in the top half of baseball.
We potentially could see Ramos and Bart play for the Giants in 2021, but clearly the future is bright with players like Luciano, Bishop and Corry continuing to develop.