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  • Giants' Derek Hill: Claimed by Giants

    Hill was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Tuesday, Robert Murray of reports.

    Hill was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Saturday, but it didn't take long for him to find a new home in San Francisco. The outfielder is immediately added to the Giants' 40-man roster, though it's unclear if he'll report to the major-league roster or Triple-A Sacramento. Hill produced a .256 average with three home runs, five RBI, five runs scored and two stolen bases over 43 at-bats in 16 games with Texas this season.

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  • Giants' Brett Wisely: Sitting Tuesday

    Wisely isn't in the Giants' lineup Tuesday versus the Dodgers.

    Wisely will get just his third rest day during July on Tuesday. Tyler Fitzgerald has the start at shortstop in Wisely's place and is batting seventh.

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  • Giants' Patrick Bailey: On base three times in loss

    Bailey went 2-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Dodgers.

    Bailey went 0-for-8 over the first three games following the All-Star break, but Monday was his fifth multi-hit effort in July. The catcher's hitting .255 (12-for-47) this month and has been steady overall with a .278/.351/.419 slash line, seven home runs, three steals, 32 RBI and 32 runs scored across 73 contests this season.

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  • Giants' Tyler Fitzgerald: Stays hot in loss

    Fitzgerald went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Dodgers.

    Fitzgerald now has a homer in each of his last four games, and he's started three in a row. He was in the lineup over Thairo Estrada -- who is hitting .103 over eight games in July -- versus a right-hander for the second game in a row, though it's unclear if this is a real shift in the infield hierarchy or just manager Bob Melvin riding the hot hand. Fitzgerald is up to a .299/.365/.552 slash line with five homers, 11 RBI, 17 runs scored and seven stolen bases through 96 plate appearances.

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  • Giants' Erik Miller: Stuck with loss Monday

    Miller (3-3) allowed a run on a hit and a walk while striking out one over two-thirds of an inning Monday, taking the loss versus the Dodgers.

    Miller left runners on the corners in the eighth inning before getting the hook and Randy Rodriguez then gave up an RBI single to Teoscar Hernandez to put the decisive run on Miller's line. That ended the 26-year-old southpaw's scoreless streak at 10 innings. For the year, Miller has a 3.43 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 51:23 K:BB while adding 11 holds and three blown saves through 44.2 innings. With the Giants' rotation getting close to full health, it's likely Miller spends most of his time in a setup role after serving as an opener nine times earlier in the campaign.

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  • Giants' Blake Snell: Submits another quality start

    Snell allowed two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out four over six innings in a no-decision versus the Dodgers on Monday.

    Snell's scoreless streak ended when Teoscar Hernandez hit a solo home run in the fourth inning, and the Dodgers' outfielder added a second run off the lefty with an RBI single in the sixth. It was still Snell's second quality start in a row, and it's all the more impressive he was able to put in a good effort against a tough opponent. While his ERA is at 5.83 with a 1.37 WHIP and 46:19 K:BB over 41.2 innings, he's trending in the right direction now that he appears to be fully healthy. His next start is expected to come at home versus the Rockies.

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  • Giants' Robbie Ray: Making team debut Wednesday

    Ray (elbow) will be activated from the 60-day injured list to start Wednesday's game against the Dodgers, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    As expected, Ray has been cleared to return during San Francisco's upcoming series against the Dodgers after completing his recovery from Tommy John surgery. He may face some limitations during his first big-league start since March 2023, though he tossed 78 pitches and worked into the sixth inning during his final rehab outing Friday for Triple-A Sacramento.

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  • Giants' Keaton Winn: Shut down from throwing

    Winn (elbow) has been shut down from throwing after experiencing discomfort in his elbow over the weekend, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Winn has been out since June 22 with a nerve issue in his right elbow and he appears to have suffered a setback in his recovery. The timeline for the right-hander's return is unclear at this point and with just over two months remaining in the season, it's possible that the Giants could opt to shut him down completely if his issues persist.

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  • Giants' Hayden Birdsong: Moving to minors

    Birdsong was optioned to Single-A San Jose on Monday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Birdsong put together a stellar start Sunday against the Rockies, fanning 12 while allowing two runs over six frames, but he'll return to the minor leagues for now. Slusser notes that the right-hander's assignment to the affiliate geographically closest to San Francisco likely means he'll be back with the big-league club as the 27th man for Saturday's doubleheader against the Rockies. The impending return of Alex Cobb (hip) and Robbie Ray (elbow) could squeeze the rookie out of the Giants' rotation plans after this weekend, however.

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  • Giants' Robbie Ray: Likely to make 2024 debut in L.A.

    Manager Bob Melvin indicated over the weekend that Ray (elbow) could be activated from the 60-day injured list and start for the Giants during the club's four-game road series against the Dodgers that begins Monday, reports. "I don't want to get ahead of myself, but there's a good chance he'll be pitching in L.A," Melvin said. "It's a big deal. He's probably not going to go out there and throw 120 pitches his first time out, but he got up a sixth time [in his rehab start Friday]."

    Ray completed the 10th and presumably final start of his rehab assignment Friday, throwing 78 pitches over 5.1 scoreless innings for Triple-A Sacramento. The veteran southpaw underwent Tommy John surgery last May but rung up a 45:6 K:BB over 29.1 innings during his rehab stint. After pitching on four days' rest for Sacramento on Friday, Ray is likely to make his Giants debut either Wednesday or Thursday. A road matchup with the division-leading Dodgers isn't the most appealing draw, but his strikeout upside makes him a worthwhile pickup in most fantasy leagues, even if managers aren't keen on including him in active lineups right away.

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  • Giants' Tyler Fitzgerald: Goes deep again

    Fitzgerald went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and a walk in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Rockies.

    Fitzgerald has homered in back-to-back games as he continues to build a case for more playing time. Most importantly, his homer Sunday came off right-hander Ryan Feltner -- Fitzgerald has mostly operated in a short-side platoon role. For the season, the utility man is batting .298 with four homers, seven stolen bases, 10 RBI and 16 runs scored through 92 plate appearances. He continues to be an option primarily in the middle infield whenever Brett Wisely or Thairo Estrada need rest.

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  • Giants' Alex Cobb: Sparkles in latest rehab start

    Cobb (hip/shoulder) struck out four and scattered two hits and one walk over five scoreless innings in a rehab start Saturday with Triple-A Sacramento.

    Making the fifth start of his rehab assignment, Cobb jumped up a couple levels after having previously pitched in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League and with Single-A San Jose. He needed 60 pitches to record 15 outs in what was his lengthiest rehab appearance to date. Cobb looks to be nearing the finish line in his recovery from left hip surgery as well as a sore pitching shoulder, the latter of which resulted in his throwing program being slowed down earlier this season. Per, manager Bob Melvin said Sunday that the organization is still determining the next step for Cobb, but the veteran righty appears to be on track to make one more rehab start with Sacramento before coming off the 60-day injured list during the Giants' next homestand, which begins Friday and runs through July 31.

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  • Giants' Jorge Soler: Opens scoring with moonshot

    Soler went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Rockies.

    Soler's 478-foot blast on the fourth pitch of the game was the longest homer in the majors this season. It was his first long ball since July 2. The designated hitter has struggled to hit for power in his new home park in San Francisco -- he's at a .400 slugging percentage while batting .225 with 34 RBI, 49 runs scored and 20 doubles over 85 contests this season, but eight of his 11 long balls have come on the road.

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  • Giants' Camilo Doval: Notches 18th save

    Doval issued one walk in a scoreless inning while striking out two batters to earn a save over Colorado on Sunday.

    Doval made his first appearance since blowing a save in his final outing before the All-Star break. This time, he worked around a two-out walk to secure the 3-2 win. Doval has converted 18 of his 22 save chances, but he's blown two of the last six. He lowered his ERA to 4.26 alongside a 51:25 K:BB through 40 appearances.

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  • Giants' Hayden Birdsong: Punches out 12

    Birdsong (2-0) allowed two runs on two hits and two walks over six innings Sunday, striking out 12 and earning a win over the Rockies.

    Birdsong carved through Colorado's lineup and turned in the best start of his young MLB career. Prior to Sunday's performance, he hadn't struck out more than five batters in an outing. The only damage against him was a two-run shot by Brendan Rodgers in the fourth inning. Birdsong forced a whopping 27 swinging strikes, including 12 with the curveball and 10 with the slider. He's sporting a 3.55 ERA with a 30:12 K:BB through 25.1 innings. Birdsong's next outing is expected to be a rematch at home against the Rockies.

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  • Giants' Mike Baumann: Traded to San Francisco

    The Giants acquired Baumann from the Mariners on Sunday in exchange for cash considerations, Shayna Rubin of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Baumann will move on to his third organization of the season after beginning the campaign in Baltimore before being dealt to Seattle in May. Over his 35 appearances out of the bullpen with the Orioles and Mariners this season, Baumann has produced a 4.41 ERA and 1.38 WHIP with 32 strikeouts over 34.2 innings. Baumann doesn't have any minor-league options remaining and will need to be added to the Giants' 26-man active roster.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .241


Player Injury
R. Ray SP Robbie Ray SP Elbow
J. Lee CF Jung Hoo Lee CF Shoulder
A. Cobb SP Alex Cobb SP Hip
K. Winn SP Keaton Winn SP Elbow
T. Murphy C Tom Murphy C Knee

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