March 31, 2011 by staff
Brandon Belt, San Francisco Giants first base prospect Brandon Belt has listed the major leagues. Belt is owned only 6.5 percent of ESPN standard mixed leagues, but if he hits, he’ll probably become one of the most loved players ESPN. Otherwise, he’ll probably head to Triple-A when Cody Ross comes off the DL in late April.
In a kind of sweet anger, rookie Brandon Belt will not spend the first few months in the minors. Instead, it will be from the first base for the World Series champion San Francisco Giants.
Belt thought to follow the example of the Netherlands last year’s rookie of the year Buster Posey and getting their feet wet Class AAA Fresno for a couple of months before receiving the call to the majors. But outfielder Cody Ross beginning of the season on the disabled list and Belt veteran clearly thwart Travis Ishikawa at first base, the decision seemed simple enough.
Most preseason rankings for first basemen had the NL arrival belt in June already built, so how does this development relate?
Instead of being N0. 25 to the position, the belt moves to the No. Spot among NL first basemen – just behind his teammate Aubrey Huff (who will now move to left field) and just before the Nationals Adam LaRoche. That may be a bit optimistic for someone who is still playing in the majors, but the belt has all the tools to do the job. And for those who caught late in drafts or able to do as a minor leaguer, congratulations on your new wealth.
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