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Jerry Crasnick of ESPN say (via twitter) the San Francisco Giants have agreed to terms with reliever Clay Hensley. Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle (in a later tweet) confirmed the signing, and that the contract is non-guaranteed. Hensley has to win a job in Spring Training to crack the Opening Day roster.
There is a bullpen spot that could be Hensley’s since the Giants traded away Ramon Ramirez in the Angel Pagan trade. Giants fans might remember Hensley for a couple different reasons. He was drafted by the Giants in the 8th round of the 2002 draft and was traded to the Padres for Matt Herges in 2003. Fans might also remember Hensley as the pitcher that gave up Barry Bonds 755th career home run on August 4, 2007.
Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com says (via twitter) Ryan Theriot and the Giants have reached an agreement. It’s a 1-year deal for $1.25 million (non-guaranteed, like Hensley).
Theriot is coming in to add some infield depth and give manager Bruce Bochy some option...
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The San Francisco Giants signed reliever Clay Hensley to a one-year contract.
The deal is worth $750,000 with incentives for Hensley, who went 6-7 with a 5.19 ERA in 37 appearances (nine starts) for the Florida Marlins last season.
The 32-year-old righthander had an outstanding season in 2010, compiling a 3-4 mark with a 2.16 ERA in a career-high 68 appearances.
RHP Clay Hensley, who surrendered Barry Bonds' 755th home run (which tied Henry Aaron on the all-time list), signed a one-year deal with the Giants for $750,000, pending a physical.
The Giants have reached an agreement on a one-year major league deal with relief pitcher Clay Hensley, a baseball source has told ESPN.
The San Francisco Giants have reached agreement on a one-year contract with infielder Ryan Theriot.
The deal is worth $1.25 million and includes incentives, according to CBSSports.com.
Theriot appeared in 132 games with the St. Louis Cardinals last year, batting .271 with one home run and 47 RBIs.
The 32-year-old has a career batting average of .282.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Free-agent right-hander Clay Hensley and the San Francisco Giants have reached agreement on a $750,000, one-year contract.
In a move that might be called "Brandon Crawford insurance" the Giants announced today they will sign free agent shortstop Ryan Theriot to a one year deal for a reported $1.25m, with $.750 in incentives (see the story at MLBTrade Rumors.com). Theriot played in 132 games last year for the St. Louis Cardinals, putting up 120 hits, a .271BA and a .321OBP. He played 91 games...
The San Francisco Giants have found the veteran shortstop that they were looking for. They’ve signed Ryan Theriot to a one-year non-guaranteed deal. The deal is reportedly worth $1.25 million and another $750,000 worth of incentives.
@JonHeymanCBS: ryan theriot in agreement with #giants on 1 yr deal. gives them good veteran ss option.
The team planned on going forward with Brandon...
According to Jon Heyman, the Giants have signed infielder Ryan Theriot to a one-year contract worth $1.25M, with up to $750K in incentives. With Theriot in the picture, Brett Pill will presumably be starting the year in Triple-A Fresno. Josh mentioned Theriot as a potential platoon shortstop option back in November.
At first glance, Theriot’s a very uninspired signing. He’s coming...
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The San Francisco Giants signed infielder Ryan Theriot to a one-year, non-guaranteed major league contract.
The Giants have reached agreement on a $1.25 million, one-year contract with utility infielder Ryan Theriot to give them depth at shortstop and second base. San Francisco said Friday the deal is non-guaranteed and is pending a physical next week. Theriot, 32, batted .271 with one home run and 47 RBIs in 132 games for the World Series champion St.
Ryan Theriot, non-tendered by the Cardinals in December, has reached agreement on a one-year deal with the Giants. The deal was confirmed by an MLB.com source.
The Giants have reached agreement on a $1.25 million, one-year contract with utility infielder Ryan Theriot to give them depth at shortstop and second base.