Teams in AA and below will have to wait until MLB and AAA players have left camp before they can get started.
Hello and happy Wednesday.
On Tuesday, it was reported that Spring Training will start late for Minor Leaguers below the AAA level, presumably to limit potential coronavirus spread. Minor Leaguers at the AA level or below will begin their Spring Training only after the MLB and AAA players have finished theirs.
This will impact every team, and that includes the San Francisco Giants, who have a lot of prospects who could start 2021 at either AA or AAA. This news might force the Giants to put many of them at the higher level, and get them on the field sooner.
The Giants have a couple of good prospects who might have been on the AA/AAA bubble after getting limited time in AA in 2019. Would think this pushes them to AAA. Ramos would be the biggest name. https://t.co/9AfRsYI7gj
— Alex Pavlovic (@PavlovicNBCS) January 5, 2021
Old, random MCC article for you to read
Giants end losing skid with Brandon Belt dingers, Madison Bumgarner complete game (Aug. 11, 2015 — Grant Brisbee)
- Maria Guardado on the large number of friends that Curt Casali has on the Giants (MLB)
- Kerry Crowley on how Curt Casali recruited Mike Yastrzemski to Vanderbilt (Mercury News)
- John Shea on Curt Casali recruiting in the past and recruiting in the future (SF Chronicle)
- Alex Pavlovic on the Giants non-roster invitees for Spring Training (NBC Sports Bay Area)
- Mark W. Sanchez on why Curt Casali wanted to be reunited with hitting coach Donnie Ecker (KNBR)
- Andrew Baggarly on why Curt Casali and the Giants seem like a great match (The Athletic, subscription required)
- Alex Pavlovic on how Curt Casali has offered to try and woo Trevor Bauer if the Giants want him to (NBC Sports Bay Area)
- Alex Pavlovic on why the Giants were an easy choice for Curt Casali (NBC Sports Bay Area)
How many days until Opening Day?
There are 85 days until Opening Day.
Have a sensational Wednesday, friends.