Giants prospects Brown, Panik, Hembree hoping to learn in Arizona
Ahmed Fareed introduces you to three top prospects with the Giants: Gary Brown, Joe Panik and Heath Hembree.
The giants' roster is pretty much set on the Major League level that'll happen when you bring back almost the entire roster from a World Series championship team but. The Giants are pretty good look at three of their top prospects. Three young players trying to make an impression as quickly as possible outfielder Gary -- seen by some as the Giants top prospect will play a lot this spring with Angel and gone and Andres Torres headed out -- the WBZ. And that's good for a prospect who is seen his -- fluctuate over the past two years. It's not a matter of you know what someone else thinks if you're confident yourself -- on that's all it really matters in your organization's confidence in yourself. It's it's taken some new learning but you know you learn to trust yourself and your abilities. Brown will play a little more corner outfield that in years past in prospect -- panic is also moving around the diamond the shortstop getting reps at second base as well. Panic -- 20111 rounder wasn't even drafted out of high school. But his hitting skills were showcase did Saint John that's. Well -- -- kid I would try to emulate the guy Wade Boggs on the field. It's an answer in the past but -- you know New York go to watch -- really really young and that's how it felt that left handed late -- when I was young and just you know there's a lot of work you know I don't department that. And on the mound heat to have -- injury to his flexor tendon slowed the righty reliever down last year but he's -- percent and in the mix for a job in the pen. Is -- did you find telling this on the back because. And it's on -- my -- and just Chuck Todd Phillips -- from home for. The past couple weeks but now I guess and it makes the scene intending to me some feedback and trying to get better and then -- and tips. Now neither of those three players are really likely to make the Major League squad perhaps the one with the best shot it's still long shot is reliever -- every he throws 99 miles per hour but he does still need to prove that he can command it. Reporting in Scottsdale with the Giants and on the free Comcast sports net.