The Giants, who own the highest percentage of diamonds in the world, have long been known for their devotion to the diamond.
That has changed in recent years as they have sought to upgrade the diamonds at their stadium, with the Giants signing Tiger Woods to a five-year deal in 2017.
But that hasn’t stopped the Giants from taking a more aggressive approach with the diamonds.
They have been looking to sign other diamonds to bolster their collection.
Last month, the team signed a top-three draft pick from the Dominican Republic to a three-year, $10 million deal that included $4.5 million guaranteed, according to The Associated Press.
That player, 19-year-old Miguel Angel Lopez, is considered the top prospect in the country.
The Giants were also interested in signing Jordan Spieth to a four-year contract extension last month, according the AP.
Spieth signed a one-year extension last summer worth $1.2 million with an option to opt out in 2019.
But the Giants have reportedly declined to sign him, according ESPN’s Buster Olney.
That was the latest development for the Giants, which are in the midst of a rebuilding process.
This week, they also signed a high school star, a former professional baseball player, and a college star to two-year deals worth $8 million each.
While the Giants aren’t making a huge splash in terms of diamonds, they are certainly bringing in more diamonds in general.
Their diamond signings are just the latest in a long-term plan.
The franchise also recently re-signed defensive tackle Greg Robinson to a two-way deal worth $7.25 million per year.
Robinson is expected to be a free agent this offseason.
The other big addition the Giants made was the signing of free-agent cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who signed a three, $4 million deal.