The Giants are working to bring another World Series to San Francisco in 2016, continuing their Even Year trend. 

While the front office has already been busy by agreeing to terms with Jeff Samardzija -- pending a physical -- with other possible moves looming, two Giants prospects could be a part of a successful future just as much as any free agent.

The Arizona Fall League revealed its 2015 Top Prospects Team on Monday, with two players in the Giants farm system making the cut. Infielder Christian Arroyo made the list as a shortstop and outfielder Mac Williamson was also recognized. 

Arroyo, 20, enjoyed a fantastic showing in the AFL, in which he started in the league's All-Star Game at second base. In 19 games played, Arroyo hit .308/.360/.487 with 24 hits and three home runs.

After Brandon Crawford signed a six-year $75 million deal with the Giants, GM Bobby Evans hinted Arroyo could begin playing different positions. 

"It'll be interesting to see how many different places he can play so he can rise up here sooner than later," Evans said on Arroyo's development. 

Right now, he is blocked by Crawford at shortstop, Joe Panik, 25, at second base, and Matt Duffy, 24, at third base. 

Williamson, 25, had a huge showing in the AFL after playing in 10 games for the Giants in 2015. In 19 games played, Williamson hit .370/.442/.493 with 27 hits and added two long balls. 


Up in the bigs for the first time, Williamson put together a .219/.235/.281 slash line. 

The future looks bright in San Francisco as they look to be just as successful in the now, too.