TEN MINUTES OR LESS: Q&A with San Jose right fielder Mac Williamson

The San Francisco Giants’ 3rd-round selection in 2012 didn’t always play outfield. Mac Williamson was a talented catcher and pitcher in high school — that is until he injured himself just like his grandfather said he would. Now playing right field and batting fifth for the San Jose Giants (Class-A Advanced), Williamson is in his first full season of professional ball after spending a short-season with Salem-Keizer a year ago. He sat down with me Thursday night to talk about his nickname, a slow April and the importance of team chemistry in this week’s edition of “Ten Minutes or Less.”

Due to a camera malfunction, Williamson’s response to the last question was cut short. Here’s the rest of his answer.

“… a string of bad luck for both of those guys but I definitely think they deserve a chance at the next level and I hope they get it.”

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