Green, a Northern California native whom the Phillies chose in the third round of the 2012 draft, is now in line for his second season with the Giants. He signed a minors pact with San Francisco last winter and then spent the majority of the season as a member of Triple-A Sacramento, with which he torched Pacific Coast League pitching for a .282/.380/.659 line and 25 home runs in just 297 trips to the plate. The 25-year-old Green’s stellar minor league output earned him his first major league call-up during the season, though he only mustered a .143/.250/.214 line in 16 plate appearances.
Adames, 28, is an ex-Rockie who joined the Giants on a minors pact in July. The normally light-hitting Adames was effective at Sacramento, where he batted .283/.364/.517 with six HRs over 165 PA. The Giants called Adames up in September, when he collected seven hits in 24 tries.