Mac's been hovering just below .300 in Richmond before being promoted to AAA and after his 4-4 game, he's been hitless (0-11). His return from Tommy John has been successful and I love how Cove Chatter put his pretty down performance so far as he "probably feels the pressure to hit the ball out of the park from time to time." He doesn't need to think home run every swing because as far as I know regarding hitting slumps, it starts with hitting on a tee, then hitting singles and just keep on hitting because that home run will come naturally as long as you can square up the baseball often. Once the Giants see that he got over that hump, he's going to be called up and he's a mentally tough guy so I expect that he'll get over it sooner than later and to be in the Majors this year because the talent level in the PCL is a good enough environment to judge a hitter's development.
10 notable prospects outside the Top 10 in no particular order
Ty Blach LHP (AAA)- In the top 10 last time, now outside not because of regression of performance but due to the other 10 being better in their raw talent and as with Mac, he's recovered enough to be considered a top 10 talent again. Chris Capuano all the way.