13. Josh Osich – LHP, 24 yo, AA: How sweet would it be to see Heath Hembree lighting it up from the right side and Josh Osich from the left in the next couple years? The Giants drafted Osich in the 6th round of the 2011 draft out of Oregon State. He offered some of the best power stuff in the draft that year, and likely would have been a first round pick if not for having Tommy John surgery in 2010. Osich was both a starter and reliever in college, but has pitched strictly out of the bullpen for the Giants. He’s got a big body, and can dial his fastball up around 97-98 from the left side. He posted a 3.62 ERA in 32 innings last season for San Jose (his first season of pro ball), and the Giants had him return to Hi-A for the first half this year as well. In 40 innings of work this season, he racked up 48 strikeouts and 12 saves to go along with a 2.45 ERA. By the all-star break, Osich was beginning to embarrass hitters with his fastball, and he’s now been promoted to AA for the second half. He’s a little older than you’d like a top prospect, but if he can stay healthy and keep cranking that fastball up, he’s not that away from a call-up.