MLB's biggest draw in the late 90's and early 2000's, was SF Giants star Barry Bonds. Bonds, who holds MLB's all-time home run record at 762 along with dozens of other accolades, has no more opportunities to be voted into the Hall of Fame until 2026.
As the 2023 MLB Draft continues, the SF Giants will continue to add exciting prospects to their organization. Stay tuned to this Giants draft tracker, which will have immediate reactions and updates on each pick.
TCU made it to the College World Series in Omaha with an overall record of 44-24. Now, another Horned Frog has earned his shot at the pros after that campaign as the San Francisco Giants selected RHP Ryan Vanderhei with the 300th pick in the 2023 MLB Draft.
The SF Giants selected outfielder Scott Bandura with their seventh-round (210th overall) pick in the 2023 MLB Draft out of Princeton University. The slot value for the 210th selection is $246,500, but the Ivy League star is a candidate to be a slightly below-slot signing.
The SF Giants selected catcher Luke Shliger out of the University of Maryland with their sixth-round (180th overall) pick in the 2023 MLB Draft. The slot value for the 180th selection is $314,800, but Shliger was considered by many to be a rounds 3-7 prospect, suggesting the Giants will likely sign him for full slot value.
The SF Giants selected shortstop Maui Ahuna with their fourth-round (117th overall) pick in the 2023 MLB Draft out of the University of Tennessee. Ahuna does not fit the usual profile the Giants have targetted out of college, but fell far further in the draft than expected and likely was too good of a value to pass up.
After spending just one season in Knoxville, Maui Ahuna is now a professional player. The Tennessee shortstop was drafted with the No. 117 in the fourth round of the 2023 MLB Draft, with the San Francisco Giants selecting him.
Whitman’s potential caps a day of nothing but upside. The San Francisco Giants wrapped up their evening of prospect theft by adding to their minor league pitching depth in LHP Joe Whitman from Kent State.
Another Gatorade Player of the Year! This time, the one who hit the most home runs by a high schooler in 2023. The Giants’ second pick of the day is the guy they were rumored to have been hot and heavy for as their number one pick.
Arkansas shortstop commit Walker Martin was selected by the San Francisco Giants with the No. 52 overall selection in the 2023 MLB Draft. Martin breaks a dry spell for Colorado high school players in the MLB Draft.
He’s been called the best two-way player in the draft. Have the Giants started a trend? With the 16th pick in the 2023 MLB Draft, our favorite team, the San Francisco Giants selected 18-year old, 6’7” 1B/RHP Bryce Eldridge from Madison High School in Vienna, VA.
Logan Webb threw the first complete-game shutout of his career, J.D. Davis provided all the needed run support with a fourth-inning home run and the San Francisco Giants outlasted the visiting Colorado Rockies 1-0 on Sunday afternoon in the final game before the All-Star break.
Right-hander Logan Webb hopes to finish off the first half of the season differently than he started it when the San Francisco Giants hand him the ball for the finale of a three-game series against the visiting Colorado Rockies on Sunday afternoon.
Michael Conforto and Austin Slater hit two-run home runs, Alex Wood threw five innings of scoreless relief and the San Francisco Giants evened their three-game series against the visiting Colorado Rockies with a 5-3 victory on Saturday afternoon.
While obviously a lot could still happen between now and the August 1 trade deadline, the Giants are preparing at this point to be buyers, and president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi highlighted one particular target area.
The Giants placed infielder Thairo Estrada on the 10-day injured list with a fractured left hand. San Francisco also placed starter Anthony DeSclafani on the 15-day IL (retroactive to July 2) with shoulder fatigue.