The San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday night they added five Minor League players to their 40-man roster that includes three pitchers and two outfielders.
Right-handed pitcher Jake Dunning went 5-2 in Double-A Richmond with a 4.10 ERA allowing 74 hits, 31 earned runs, two homers and 53 strikeouts in 68 innings. Opponents batted .285 off him in 44 games.
Right-handed pitcher Chris Heston produced a 9-8 record in Double-A Richmond displaying a 2.24 ERA in 25 games yielding 124 hits, 37 earned runs, two homers and 135 strikeouts in 148.2 innings. He allowed a .230 opponents batting average.
Left-handed pitcher Edwin Escobar had a 7-8 record with a 2.96 ERA at Single-A Augusta surrendering 121 hits, 43 earned runs, seven homers and striking out 122 in 130.2 innings. He allowed a .241 opponents batting average in 22 games.
Infielder Nick Noonan considered the top prospect of the five batted .296 at Triple-A Fresno smacking 145 hits, 26 doubles, nine homers, 62 RBI's and 40 walks in 129 games. He had a .347 on-base percentage and .416 slugging percentage reaching a .763 OPS.
Outfielder Juan Perez showcased a .302 batting average at Double-A Richmond drilling 146 hits, 26 doubles, four triples, 11 homers, 53 RBI's and 18 stolen bases in 126 games. He produced a .341 on-base percentage and .441 slugging percentage totaling a .782 OPS.
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