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Giants roster moves for Aug. 20, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves:

RHP Ray Black was optioned to triple-A Sacramento post-game yesterday, Aug. 19.

The Giants made the following roster moves:

RHP Ray Black was optioned to triple-A Sacramento post-game yesterday, Aug. 19.

RHP Derek Law (#64) has been recalled from triple-A Sacramento today.

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Statement from Hall of Famer Willie Mays on the passing of Aretha Franklin

The older I get, it seems like the more "goodbyes" must be said, and the harder they are to say. I just heard that Aretha Franklin has passed. I've known Aretha since my early years in New York. We used to joke around. She was something! I just want to say to her family that I truly admired her as a singer and as a woman. I am so sorry we've lost her. Goodbye my friend, Willie Mays

The older I get, it seems like the more "goodbyes" must be said, and the harder they are to say. I just heard that Aretha Franklin has passed. I've known Aretha since my early years in New York. We used to joke around. She was something! I just want to say to her family that I truly admired her as a singer and as a woman. I am so sorry we've lost her. Goodbye my friend, Willie Mays

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Giants reinstate Brandon Belt from DL, option Pierce Johnson to Triple-A

The Giants made the following roster moves:

IF Brandon Belt (#9) has returned from his rehab assignment and has been reinstated from the 10-day disabled list. Belt had missed the Giants' last 17 games with a hyperextended right knee, an injury he suffered on July 25 at Seattle.

The Giants made the following roster moves:

IF Brandon Belt (#9) has returned from his rehab assignment and has been reinstated from the 10-day disabled list. Belt had missed the Giants' last 17 games with a hyperextended right knee, an injury he suffered on July 25 at Seattle.

·       Belt went 1-for-5 with a double in two rehab games with triple-A Sacramento.

RHP Pierce Johnson has been optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

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Giants option Derek Law, call up Casey Kelly from Triple-A

The Giants made the following roster moves Friday:

Following Thursday night's game, RHP Derek Law was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

The Giants made the following roster moves Friday:

Following Thursday night's game, RHP Derek Law was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

RHP Casey Kelly (#68) was selected to the Major League roster prior to Friday's game.

·       Is 10-9 with a 4.78 ERA (69er, 130.0ip) and 104 strikeouts in 23 starts for the River Cats.

·       Leads the Pacific Coast League in starts (23) and innings pitched (130.0).

·       Has posted a 2.96 ERA (8er, 24.1ip) over his last four starts with Sacramento.

·       Has played for the Padres and Braves, appearing in 19 Major League games (nine starts), posting a 6.39 ERA (44er, 62.0ip).

·       His last Major League appearance came on July 1, 2016 vs. MIA (with Atlanta).

·       Was signed by the Giants as a minor league free agent on July 27, 2017.

RHP Johnny Cueto was transferred to the 60-day DL.

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Giants roster moves for Aug. 4, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to tonight's game:

RHP Pierce Johnson (#58) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.
• Marks his fourth recall this year.
• Has appeared in 28 games for SF, posting a 5.75 ERA (23er, 36.0) and a .209 opponents average.
• Last 10 outings with SF: 1-1 record, 7.04 ERA (12er, 15.1ip), .214 opponents average, 10 walks, 12 strikeouts.
• Has appeared in 12 games with triple-A, posting a 2.76 ERA (5er, 16.1ip) and going 4-for-4 in save chances.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to tonight's game:

RHP Pierce Johnson (#58) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.
• Marks his fourth recall this year.
• Has appeared in 28 games for SF, posting a 5.75 ERA (23er, 36.0) and a .209 opponents average.
• Last 10 outings with SF: 1-1 record, 7.04 ERA (12er, 15.1ip), .214 opponents average, 10 walks, 12 strikeouts.
• Has appeared in 12 games with triple-A, posting a 2.76 ERA (5er, 16.1ip) and going 4-for-4 in save chances.

RHP Derek Law (#64) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.
• Has appeared in four games for SF this season, allowing nine runs (seven earned) in 9.0 innings of work.
• Threw 2.2-scoreless innings in his last appearance with the Giants on May 9 at PHI.
• Appeared in 28 games with triple-A Sacramento, posting a 3.74 ERA (14er, 33.2ip).
• Has allowed just two earned runs over his last 13 appearances (15.1ip) with the River Cats (1.17 ERA).

IF Kelby Tomlinson was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

RHP Chris Stratton was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

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Giants roster moves for Thursday, July 26, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves:

Following yesterday's game:
LHP Ty Blach was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.
IF Kelby Tomlinson was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

The Giants made the following roster moves:

Following yesterday's game:
LHP Ty Blach was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.
IF Kelby Tomlinson was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

Prior to tonight's game:
IF Evan Longoria returned from his rehab assignment and was reinstated from the 10-day DL.
RHP Chris Stratton was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.
IF Brandon Belt was placed on the 10-day DL with a hyperextended right knee.
LHP Ty Blach was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.

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Homestand highlighted by Wall of Fame ceremony, Law Enforcement Appreciation Night and Hello Kitty Day

THURS., JULY 26 | 7:15 P.M. | MILWAUKEE BREWERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA, MLBN (out of market only) 
 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Briana Oakley -- Representative from Law Enforcement Appreciation Night CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: San Francisco Police Officer Kevin Envo 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRECIATION NIGHT: Presented by PG&E -- In partnership with the Bay Area Law Enforcement Assistance Fund, California Peace Officers Memorial Foundation, and National First Responders Fund: The Giants will host the annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket includes a law enforcement themed Giants t-shirt. Proceeds from every special event ticket sold will be donated to the Bay Area Law Enforcement Assistance Fund, California Peace Officers Memorial Foundation, and National First Responders Fund. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item. 
 
PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- JEFFERSON AWARDS STUDENTS IN ACTION: The Giants have teamed up with The Jefferson Awards to recognize high school students making a difference in their community. A homeplate ceremony with Hunter Strickland, the student, and a Jefferson Awards representative will take place before the game. 
 
PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- BAASST
: The Bay Area-All Star Scholarship Team (BAASST) is a partnership between the seven major Bay Area sports teams (Giants, A's, 49ers, Raiders, Warriors, Sharks and Earthquakes) established in 1996. Each team selects one graduating high school senior annually to receive a $5,000 college scholarship and custom jersey. The group of scholars is then honored during ceremonies hosted by each of the teams. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- FAMILY SAFETY FESTIVAL: This interactive festival held in O'Doul Plaza from 4:30-7:00 p.m. focuses on safety on our roadways, highways and waterways as well as in our homes, offices, schools and neighborhoods. Fans can learn safety and preparedness tips for home, highway, school and office from the San Francisco Fire & Police Departments, the CHP, the American Red Cross and more. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- STOP THE BLEED CAMPAIGN: Representatives from the Stop the Bleed Campaign will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. To learn more visit bleedingcontrol.org. 
 
 FRI., JULY 27 | 7:15 P.M. | MILWAUKEE BREWERS  

THURS., JULY 26 | 7:15 P.M. | MILWAUKEE BREWERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA, MLBN (out of market only) 
 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Briana Oakley -- Representative from Law Enforcement Appreciation Night CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: San Francisco Police Officer Kevin Envo 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRECIATION NIGHT: Presented by PG&E -- In partnership with the Bay Area Law Enforcement Assistance Fund, California Peace Officers Memorial Foundation, and National First Responders Fund: The Giants will host the annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket includes a law enforcement themed Giants t-shirt. Proceeds from every special event ticket sold will be donated to the Bay Area Law Enforcement Assistance Fund, California Peace Officers Memorial Foundation, and National First Responders Fund. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item. 
 
PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- JEFFERSON AWARDS STUDENTS IN ACTION: The Giants have teamed up with The Jefferson Awards to recognize high school students making a difference in their community. A homeplate ceremony with Hunter Strickland, the student, and a Jefferson Awards representative will take place before the game. 
 
PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- BAASST
: The Bay Area-All Star Scholarship Team (BAASST) is a partnership between the seven major Bay Area sports teams (Giants, A's, 49ers, Raiders, Warriors, Sharks and Earthquakes) established in 1996. Each team selects one graduating high school senior annually to receive a $5,000 college scholarship and custom jersey. The group of scholars is then honored during ceremonies hosted by each of the teams. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- FAMILY SAFETY FESTIVAL: This interactive festival held in O'Doul Plaza from 4:30-7:00 p.m. focuses on safety on our roadways, highways and waterways as well as in our homes, offices, schools and neighborhoods. Fans can learn safety and preparedness tips for home, highway, school and office from the San Francisco Fire & Police Departments, the CHP, the American Red Cross and more. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- STOP THE BLEED CAMPAIGN: Representatives from the Stop the Bleed Campaign will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. To learn more visit bleedingcontrol.org. 
 
 FRI., JULY 27 | 7:15 P.M. | MILWAUKEE BREWERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC BAY AREA 
 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Siaosi -- Representative from Polynesian Heritage Night CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Tony Trujillo -- Professional Skateboarder 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- POLYNESIAN HERITAGE NIGHT: The Giants will host the annual Polynesian Heritage Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket package includes a seat in one of the Polynesian Heritage sections and a Hula Lou Beach Globe. Partial proceeds from all Polynesian Heritage Night special event tickets will benefit local Polynesian charities. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item. 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- CHRISTMAS IN JULY: The Giants will offer a "Christmas in July" special event at AT&T Park. Each special event ticket includes a holiday themed Giants t-shirt. Fans are encouraged to wear ugly holiday sweaters. *Fans must have a special event ticket receive this item. 
 
SPECIAL PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- HEART AND HUSTLE AWARD: Created by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association in 2005, the Heart & Hustle Award is voted on by Alumni and active Major League players and is presented annually to an active player who demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game. The Giants will recognize Brandon Crawford for this prestigious award. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- HANNA BOYS CENTER: Hanna Boys Center changes the lives of at-risk, motivated youth through faith, education and caring, helping them grow into productive members of society. To learn more visit hannacenter.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- GIANTS COMMUNITY FUND: The Giants Community Fund will have "Mystery Grab Bags" available for purchase. Each bag includes one premium item, such as an autographed ball or bobblehead, and several smaller promotional items. Bags will be sold pregame or until they sell out. 
 
 SAT., JULY 28 | 6:05 P.M. | MILWAUKEE BREWERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Kiara Lynne

CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by Bigelow Tea CEREMONIAL FIRST TOSS: Matt Cain, Ryan Vogelsong and Brian Wilson

GIVEAWAY -- HEAT REACTIVE/COLOR CHANGING MUG: Presented by Bigelow Tea -- First 20,000 fans  
 
SPECIAL PRE-GAME EVENT -- MATT CAIN, RYAN VOGELSONG AND BRIAN WILSON WALL OF FAME CEREMONY: The Giants Wall of Fame serves as a living tribute to the organization's greatest players. It recognizes retired players whose records stand highest among their teammates on the basis of longevity and achievements. Those honored have played a minimum of nine seasons for the San Francisco Giants, or five seasons with at least one All-Star selection as a Giant. Bronze plaques honoring these players and their baseball contributions line the brick wall of AT&T Park along King Street for all Giants fans to enjoy. Cain, Vogelsong and Wilson will join 49 other Giants legends who have received the Wall of Fame honor. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- GIANTS COMMUNITY FUND: The Giants Community Fund will have "Mystery Grab Bags" available for purchase. Each bag includes one premium item, such as an autographed ball or bobblehead, and several smaller promotional items. Bags will be sold pregame or until they sell out. 
 
 SUN., JULY 29 | 1:05 P.M. | MILWAUKEE BREWERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Elana Jane

CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by the Giants Community Fund

GIVEAWAY -- HELLO KITTY CAP -- First 20,000 fans  
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- HELLO KITTY DAY: The Giants will host the annual Hello Kitty Day at AT&T Park. Pre-game and in-game components will create a family friendly atmosphere surrounding Hello Kitty. This special event ticket package includes a special-edition Hello Kitty/Giants backpack. Also offered, the VIP ticket package includes admission to the Triples Alley premium location from 10:35 a.m.-12:35 p.m., complimentary food and beverage (including beer and wine), as well as three Hello Kitty/Giants items. VIP ticket holders are guaranteed to receive the Hello Kitty/Giants cap that is given away to the first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark, the special eventsedition Hello Kitty/Giants backpack, as well as a collector's-edition Hello Kitty/Giants LED canvas. *Fans must have a special event or VIP ticket to attend this event and receive these items. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- MEALS ON WHEELS: Meals on Wheels provides a network of services that allow seniors to live in their homes with dignity and independence as long as possible. To learn more visit mowsf.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- MEALS ON WHEELS: Representatives from Meals on Wheels will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. 
 
KIDS RUN THE BASES -- Presented by See's Candies: Kids 14 & under are invited to run the bases following Sunday's game. Participants must exit the ballpark after the game and re-enter at the right field viewing portal from the Port Walk. After kids have finished running the bases, they will be directed out of the ballpark by event staff behind home plate. 
 
TRAFFIC ADVISORY -- SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON: Traffic throughout San Francisco will be impacted from 6 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Alternate routes to AT&T Park can be found below. A full list of impacted neighborhoods and detours can be found at thesfmarathon.com.

NB 280 Mariposa St. Exit: North bound vehicles taking the Mariposa St. exit will be directed Westbound on Mariposa St. to Southbound Pennsylvania where they can take 18th St. or 20th St. Westbound to Northbound 3rd St. to Lot A or the Ballpark by crossing the 3rd St. Bridge.

SB 280 Mariposa St. Exit: South bound vehicles taking the Mariposa St. exit to head Southbound on Pennsylvania where they can take 18th St. or 20th St. Westbound to Northbound 3rd St. to Lot A or the Ballpark by crossing the 3rd St. Bridge.  

NB 280 Cesar Chavez Exit: Northbound Vehicles to go Eastbound on Cesar Chavez and Northbound on Indiana St. or 3rd St. to Westbound 23rd St. and then Northbound on Pennsylvania. From here vehicles to head Westbound on 20th St. or 18th St. to Northbound 3rd St. to Lot A or the Ballpark by crossing the 3rd St. Bridge.  

SB 280 Cesar Chavez Exit: Northbound Vehicles to go Northbound on Pennsylvania St. Westbound on 20th St. or 18th St. to Northbound 3rd St. to Lot A or the Ballpark by crossing the 3rd St. Bridge. 
 
 NOTES  
 
PRE-GAME BALLPARK TOURS: The Giants have recently added pregame tours to the AT&T Park Tours lineup. Before gates are open to the public, tour guests will have the chance to watch the teams warm up on the field from the first three rows behind home plate.  
 
Pre-Game Tour Schedule:  
7:15 p.m. First Pitch - 4:00 p.m. tour
6:05 p.m. First Pitch - 3:00 p.m. tour
1:05 p.m. First Pitch - 10 a.m. tour
12:45 a.m. First Pitch - 9:30 a.m. tour
For more information, please visit sfgiants.com/tours. 
 
GIANT VAULT: To honor and commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the San Francisco Giants, an extraordinary museum of treasured and coveted artifacts related to Giants heritage has been installed within AT&T Park. Each year the artifacts on display will rotate to celebrate a specific theme and/or era related to Giants history. The Giant Vault is located inside the Lefty O'Doul Gate and is accessible to all fans inside the park. The exhibition currently on display for the 2018 season pays tribute to the last season of the Giants in New York (1957) and their move West to San Francisco in 1958. All fans can visit the Giant Vault once they are inside the ballpark. 
 
GATE TIMES: New for 2018, the Marina, O'Doul and Second and King Gates will open 90 minutes before game time. The main gates at Willie Mays Plaza (including the Suite Lobby and Field Club entrances) will continue to open two hours before game time. For those who are interested in catching batting practice or maximizing time in the park, please use the Willie Mays Gate Entrances. During popular promotional giveaways, like bobbleheads and the Alaska Airlines 2-for1 Voucher, all gates will open two hours before game time. Parking will continue to open three hours before game time. 

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Giants roster moves

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:  

IF Brandon Belt was placed on the Paternity List. 

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:  

IF Brandon Belt was placed on the Paternity List. 

IF Ryder Jones (#14) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento. 
•   Was batting .299 (93-for-311) with 15 doubles, two triples, nine homers and 48 RBI in 81 games with triple-A Sacramento this season prior to being called up this afternoon.
•   Hit .343 (58-for-169) in 43 road games with Sacramento this season. 
•   The 24-year-old made his Major League debut with the Giants last season, batting .173 (26-for-150) with a pair of homers and five RBI.
•   Was drafted by the Giants in the second round in 2013. 

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Giants place RHP Jeff Samardzija on 10-day disabled list

San Francisco recalls INF Kelby Tomlinson from Triple-A Sacramento

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to Sunday's game:  

RHP Jeff Samardzija was placed on the 10-day DL with right shoulder inflammation.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to Sunday's game:  

RHP Jeff Samardzija was placed on the 10-day DL with right shoulder inflammation.

IF Kelby Tomlinson was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.

·       This is the third time he's been recalled this season…he is batting .221 (25-for-113) in 48 games with the Giants.

·       He has played in 24 games for Sacramento, batting .244 (21-for-86).

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Statement from Giants regarding public address announcer Renel Brooks-Moon's participation in inauguration of Mayor-Elect London Breed

We offer our congratulations and best wishes to Mayor-Elect Breed as she takes the oath of office to lead our great city, and we look forward to working with her in the days and weeks ahead. We also want to congratulate our very own Public Address Announcer Renel Brooks-Moon for being chosen to emcee Wednesday's historic inauguration. We are delighted that the voice of the Giants and AT&T Park will be represented during this important civic-wide celebration. 

While Renel participates in the inaugural festivities, former Giants coach Tim Flannery will take over the public address duties during Wednesday's afternoon game against the Chicago Cubs.

We offer our congratulations and best wishes to Mayor-Elect Breed as she takes the oath of office to lead our great city, and we look forward to working with her in the days and weeks ahead. We also want to congratulate our very own Public Address Announcer Renel Brooks-Moon for being chosen to emcee Wednesday's historic inauguration. We are delighted that the voice of the Giants and AT&T Park will be represented during this important civic-wide celebration. 

While Renel participates in the inaugural festivities, former Giants coach Tim Flannery will take over the public address duties during Wednesday's afternoon game against the Chicago Cubs.

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Giants roster moves for Sunday, July 8, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:  

RHP Cory Gearrin, OF Austin Jackson and minor league RHP Jason Bahr were traded to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:  

RHP Cory Gearrin, OF Austin Jackson and minor league RHP Jason Bahr were traded to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.

OF Steven Duggar (#6) and RHP Ray Black (#62) had their contracts purchased from triple-A Sacramento.
 

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Giants trade right-handed pitcher Cory Gearrin, outfielder Austin Jackson and Minor League right-handed pitcher Jason Bahr to Texas Rangers in exchange for player to be named later or cash considerations

The San Francisco Giants have announced today that they have traded right-handed pitcher Cory Gearrin, outfielder Austin Jackson and minor league right-handed pitcher Jason Bahr to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. 

Gearrin, who has spent the past four seasons in a Giants uniform, has posted a 1-1 record with a 4.20 ERA (14er, 30.0ip) and a .275 opponents average against over 35 relief appearances this year. 

The San Francisco Giants have announced today that they have traded right-handed pitcher Cory Gearrin, outfielder Austin Jackson and minor league right-handed pitcher Jason Bahr to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. 

Gearrin, who has spent the past four seasons in a Giants uniform, has posted a 1-1 record with a 4.20 ERA (14er, 30.0ip) and a .275 opponents average against over 35 relief appearances this year. 

The 32-year-old native of Chattanooga, TN was originally signed by the Giants as a minor league free agent on November 26, 2014 and spent the last four seasons with San Francisco, going 8-6 with a 3.24 ERA in 166 relief outings. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the fourth round of the 2007 draft and spent his first eight professional seasons within the Braves' system before joining the Giants in 2014. The seven-year big league veteran has compiled a record of 11-9 with a 3.57 ERA in 243 relief appearances with the Braves (2011-13) and Giants (2015-18). 

Jackson, who was signed by the Giants as a free agent this past offseason, has hit .242 (36-for-149) with eight doubles and 13 RBI in 59 games for San Francisco. The 31-year-old Denton, Texas native has made just six starts in the Giants' last 42 games, beginning May 23. 

The nine-year Major League veteran has also spent time with the Detroit Tigers (2010-14), Seattle Mariners (2014-15), Chicago Cubs (2015), Chicago White Sox (2016) and Cleveland Indians (2017), batting a career .274 with 209 doubles, 52 triples, 62 home runs and 362 RBI in 1,058 Major League games. The Denton, Texas native won the American League Wilson Defensive Player award in 2012 and 2013. He led the A.L. in triples with Detroit in 2011 (11) and 2012 (10) and was the A.L. Rookie of the Year runner-up to Neftali Feliz in 2010. 

Bahr is in his second professional season after being selected by the Giants in the fifth round of the 2017 draft. The 23-year-old right-hander has gone 8-4 with a 2.55 ERA (24er, 84.2ip) in 16 starts between Class A Augusta (6-4, 2.75 ERA in 13 starts) and Class A Advanced San Jose (2-0, 1.69 ERA in three starts) this season, registering 103 strikeouts in 84.2 innings. 

With today's trade, the Giants have purchased the contracts of right-handed pitcher Ray Black (#62) and outfielder Steven Duggar (#6). Both players will be available for today's game against the St. Louis Cardinals and both will be seeking to make their Major League debuts. 

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Giants roster moves for Saturday, July 7, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:

IF Chase d'Arnaud (#2) had his contract purchased from triple-A.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:

IF Chase d'Arnaud (#2) had his contract purchased from triple-A.

IF Joe Panik was placed on the 10-day DL (left groin strain).

RHP Jeff Samardzija (#29) returned from his rehab assignment and was reinstated from the DL.

RHP Chris Stratton was optioned to triple-A Sacramento.

RHP Hunter Strickland was transferred to the 60-day DL.

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Giants roster moves for Wednesday, July 4, 2018

RHP Pierce Johnson was optioned to triple-A Sacramento following last night's game.

IF Kelby Tomlinson (#37) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento prior to tonight's game.

RHP Pierce Johnson was optioned to triple-A Sacramento following last night's game.

IF Kelby Tomlinson (#37) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento prior to tonight's game.

An updated roster is attached.
 

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Giants sign 11 international prospects

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - The San Francisco Giants announced the signings of 11 International prospects today, including 16-year-old shortstop Marco Luciano. Baseball America and MLB.com have both ranked the 6-3, power-hitter from the Dominican as the number two International prospect in this year's class.

Jairo Pomares, a center fielder from Cuba, is ranked as Baseball America's #11 International prospect. Luis Matos, a right fielder from Venezuela, has been recognized by MLB.com as their #27 International prospect and as the #37 International prospect by Baseball America.

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - The San Francisco Giants announced the signings of 11 International prospects today, including 16-year-old shortstop Marco Luciano. Baseball America and MLB.com have both ranked the 6-3, power-hitter from the Dominican as the number two International prospect in this year's class.

Jairo Pomares, a center fielder from Cuba, is ranked as Baseball America's #11 International prospect. Luis Matos, a right fielder from Venezuela, has been recognized by MLB.com as their #27 International prospect and as the #37 International prospect by Baseball America.

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