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Heliot Ramos, CF, San Francisco Giants
The San Francisco Giants selected Ramos in the First round of the 2017 draft out of Leadership Christian Academy in Puerto Rico. The Giants signed him for $3,101,700 as the No. 19 player selected.
Ramos has a balanced skill set, doing everything well on the baseball field. He really doesn't have one overwhelmingly strong tool, but his arm strength may be considered by many to be his greatest asset.
A player with a solid power/speed combination, Ramos can likely start for the Giants in centerfield once his development is complete. He will get some competition for a roster spot, but his draft slot and the money he was paid may influence his future.
Ramos spent his season at Double-A and Triple-A. He's hit only.245/319/.411 with 16 homers and 55 RBI. He stole eight bases in 18 attempts, so he needs work there.
I've never been that high on Ramos. I certainly haven't discovered first-round tools in my personal scouting.
Naturally strong, Ramos has good bat speed and can take