Heliot Ramos seems to enjoy playing under the lights.
The heralded Giants prospect proved it by crushing a two-run homer in Friday's split-squad spring training game against the Rockies at Scottsdale Stadium in Arizona.
"He's so strong that he can drive the ball out of any part of the ballpark."— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) February 29, 2020
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The 20-year-old drove a 2-1 pitch from Colorado pitcher Carlos Estevez over the wall in left-center. It was his first homer of the spring.
The Giants have high hopes for Ramos, whom they selected with the No. 19 overall pick in the 2017 MLB Draft.
Ramos is coming off a breakout 2019 season as he hit .306 with 13 homers in 77 games for High-A San Jose. That production earned him a late-season promotion to Double-A Richmond. He held his own with the Flying Squirrels, hitting .242 with three homers and 15 RBI in 25 games.
While Ramos wasn't a non-roster invitee to major league camp this spring, president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi wouldn't put it past the native of Puerto Rico to reach the big leagues this season.
"We had guys last year work their way through two or three levels of the minors leagues so it's certainly something that he could do," Zaidi told NBC Sports Bay Area's Alex Pavlovic earlier in February. "I think both with him and Joey, just the injuries kind of slowed them down a little bit and maybe backed up their timetable for when they could potentially get to the big leagues this year, but we've talked about promoting guys aggressively when they kind of perform up to levels that warrant a promotion, and that'll be the case for both those guys."
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The future is looking bright for the Giants with Ramos and catcher Joey Bart on the cusp of major league stardom.