Found January 02, 2014 on Nation Orange:
Well, it’s official: Brett Pill is headed to Korea. The news that the right-handed first baseman was being sent to the Kia Tigers is a few weeks old, but nothing had been finalized until now. But with Pill finally passing his physical, the deal is complete. Pill passes physical w/Kia Tigers, and has been placed on release waivers today via #SFGiants — Amy Gutierrez (@AmyGGiants) January 2, 2014 Of course, this now leaves an opening on the Giants 40-man roster. It seemed like they were getting rid of Pill to make room for Michael Morse, when the deal didn’t happen quickly enough, they dumped Eric Surkamp. Now both Surkamp and Pill are gone, and Morse is the only addition, meaning the team only has 39 players. Only time will tell if there’s a notable move left for the team to make to fill the hole. Hopefully Pill makes it back to the Majors sometime soon; but until then, his career numbers sit at .233/.279/.404 with a .683 OPS, a 94 OPS+, 9 home ru...
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