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John Barr is referenced in the following articles.
|Pebble Hunting: Should Have Taken Trout||Sam Miller||2016-03-14|
|2016 Prospects: San Francisco Giants Top 10 Prospects||BP Prospect Staff||2015-12-08|
|2016 Prospects: San Francisco Giants Top 10 Prospects||Christopher Crawford||2015-12-08|
|Rumor Roundup: The Two-Thirds Cuban Roundup||Chris Mosch||2015-02-12|
|Prospects Will Break Your Heart: 2013 Organizational Rankings||Jason Parks||2013-03-29|
|BP Unfiltered: Do the Giants Signal the End of Moneyball?||Colin Wyers||2012-10-30|
|2012-11-20 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Wondering how the Giants keep winning titles with such a mediocre farm system? The are never ranked very high and they never sign the big free agent guys. What gives?|
(Paul Reiger from Bay)
|The most precise answer is the draft. Their farm systems haven't ranked high because their top draft picks since 2006 -- Lincecum, Bumgarner, Posey -- haven't spent a lot of time in the minors. . John Barr has done a good job, especially considering he's not simply the domestic scouting director but the one who oversees the international front, too. Barr's first draft was 2008 (Posey, Crawford, Surkamp), but in '09 he drafted Zack Wheeler (traded for Carlos Beltran), Tommy Joseph (traded n the deal to land Hunter Pence) and Belt. Brian Wilson and Sergio Romo were also draftees. Romo a 28th rounder in 2005.
It also helps that Bruce Bochy runs a goldilocks clubhouse and they have leaders (Posey, Pence, Wilson) that don't allow things to crumble. (Jason A. Churchill)
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