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
The San Francisco Giants have agreed to sell first baseman Brett Pill to the Kia Tigers of the Korean Baseball Organization.
The Giants say Pill has agreed to a one-year contract with the South Korean team pending a physical after Christmas. Pill remains on the Giants' 40-man roster until after he passes his physical.
Pill batted .224 with three homers and 12 RBIs in 85 at...
Via AP on Fox
December 21, 2013
The San Francisco Giants have sold the rights to first baseman Brett Pill.
Pill, 29, was not going to get a lot of playing time in San Francisco and will offer a powerful bat to the KIA Tigers of the Korean Baseball Organization.
Giants announced @PillzRgood deal with KIA Tigers. It's a one-year deal, won't be official until he passes physical.
— Alex Pavlovic...
Expected to be moved after the signing of Michael Morse, the San Francisco Giants have succeeded in jettisoning infielder Brett Pill from their 40-man roster by sending the 29-year old to the Tigers...but not those of the Detroit variety.The Kia Tigers of the Korean Baseball Organization have finalized a deal with Pill, after acquiring his services at the expense of a $500K transfer...
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Brett Pill is a Giant once again.
That news may sound good to Pill fans everywhere, but it’s tough to hear for Giants first baseman Brandon Belt.
Pill has been one of the most productive prospects in the minors with his .341 batting average and team-leading nine home runs and 47 RBIs. He has only played in 32 games, but he has been oven an opportunity to spark up the debate: between...
Monday the San Francisco Giants activated first baseman Brett Pill from the 15-day disabled list and then immediately optioned him to Triple-A Fresno.
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San Francisco Giants infielder-outfielder Brett Pill will have right knee surgery Thursday to repair a torn meniscus and is likely to miss 3 to 4 weeks.
Manager Bruce Bochy confirmed Wednesday night that Pill would need the procedure, after the skipper earlier made the announcement in Arizona that Pill had injured the knee several weeks ago but tried to play through it.
Via AP on Fox
March 13, 2013
Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com says Brett Pill took some ground balls at third base yesterday, and will also get some work at second base and left field.
Seems like the San Francisco Giants are trying to see if Pill is a fit for the super utility role. He has the power that the Giants can use off the bench and even in spot starts. If he doesn’t show that he can be versatile...