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SF Blake Sabol
San Francisco Giants
C: 55   OF: 43   DH: 10  
2024 Projected Value: $0
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 133 31 15 6 19 10 50 2 0.233 7.0
2023 310 73 36 13 44 24 117 4 0.235 16.0

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2/14/24 SF Giants pre-spring training roster projection: How they get from 65 to 26. Over the next six weeks, the 65 San Francisco Giants in major-league camp will be whittled down to 26. With pitchers and catchers set for their first workout Wednesday, let's take a first crack at how the roster will shape up by Opening Day. It's a good bet that Blake Sabol is the only contestant who remains in the organization by the following Opening Day, though with a full set of options the former Rule 5 pick will likely start the season with Triple-A Sacramento. Joey Bart is still around, but as the No. 3 backstop at best without any minor-league options left, the former No. 2 overall pick seems destined to be traded by the end of camp, when he must either be added to the active roster or placed on waivers.
12/06/23 Giants add Minor Leaguers Nick Garcia and Dariel Lopez in Rule 5 Draft. A year ago, the San Francisco Giants had an extremely eventful Rule 5 Draft, both adding and losing a player in the Major League portion (Blake Sabol and Nick Avila, respectively), and seeing a whopping seven more players depart their system in the Minor League portion of the draft. The assumption was that the 2023 Rule 5 Draft would be a quieter one for all of baseball, as it aligned with the truncated 2020 MLB Draft class. It was widely viewed that the Giants could have a reliever taken in the Major League phase.
11/14/23 Why SF Giants left 2 promising prospects unprotected in Rule 5 draft. The deadline to protect players from the upcoming Rule 5 draft came and passed Tuesday with the Giants leaving two of their top position player prospects exposed, betting that both are still too raw to meet the requirement they spend all year on a major-league roster. Shortstop Aeverson Arteaga and center fielder Grant McCray, the Giants' No. 7 and No. 12 prospects according to MLB Pipeline, will be available for any team willing to select them in the Dec. 6 draft and keep them on their major-league roster all of next season, a move the Giants pulled off with Blake Sabol in 2023.
9/16/23 Colorado Rockies game no. 148 thread: Scott Alexander vs Kyle Freeland. The Rockies won Game 1 of today's doubleheader in exciting fashion. After a two-RBI double in the second inning by Blake Sabol and a passed ball-turned-run in the third, Ezequiel Tovar said “hold my beer” and scored three runs on his fourth triple of the year to tie the ballgame. Tovar is now tied for third amongst rookies with four triples. Then, things got out of hand for the Giants in the fifth inning.
9/13/23 Amid league-wide spike, why don't SF Giants steal more bases?. When Blake Sabol swiped second base in extra innings the other night, he set himself up to score the winning run just a few pitches later. “I don't think we win that game without Blake Sabol,” manager Gabe Kapler said a day later. It was an aggressive move from a dynamic athlete — especially so considering his primary position is catcher — two qualities the Giants have lacked this season. Sabol's stolen base was the Giants' first from a player other than Thairo Estrada since July 22 — 45 games and almost seven weeks ago.

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