Giants prospect Heliot Ramos got off to a slow start with High-A San Jose, but he's starting to find his groove.
One day after hitting his first California League homer, the 19-year-old drilled two long balls Wednesday night against the Stockton Ports.
You can watch both home runs below.
In his first four games with San Jose, the 2017 first-round draft pick had only one hit in 15 at-bats. But over his last two games, he has three hits in seven at-bats. Those three hits? All home runs.
On the season, he's now hitting .182/.345/.636. The average isn't great, but remember, he's young for the California League.
NBC Sports Bay Area's Dalton Johnson was in Visalia last Thursday for Ramos' debut with San Jose and spoke with him.