The first two rounds of the Major League Baseball Draft took place on Monday, and the Giants used both of their picks on high school prospects.In the first round, San Francisco added 17-year-old Puerto Rican outfielder Heliot Ramos, and in the second round, the club selected Chaparral High (Scottsdale, Arizona) third baseman Jacob Gonzalez who is the son of former Major Leaguer Luis Gonzalez."Pretty good gene pool I'd say," Bochy said when asked about drafting Gonzalez's son. "Big kid at 6'4, so I look forward to watching him play. Haven't had a chance to talk to his dad about him, but I know he's a bat and potentially a big bat that could help us down the road."Bochy went on to say that both prospects are potentially 'big power bats' that could help the Giants in years to come.
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