DEREK LAW RUMORS & GOSSIP

Santiago Casilla ‘weeps’ after getting passed over during Giants ninth-inning collapse

Santiago Casilla wasn’t a happy camper after being passed over during the San Francisco Giants season-ending meltdown in Game 4 of the NLDS. The Giants entered the ninth inning on Tuesday with a 5-2 lead. San Francisco opted to use relievers Derek Law, Javier Lopez, Sergio Romo, Will Smith, and Hunter Strickland as Casilla sat on the bench. Those relievers combined to allow four...
Via The Comeback
October 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Giants activate Derek Law from 15-day disabled list

The San Francisco Giants will receive a big boost in their chase for a playoff spot with the return of right-handed relief pitcher Derek Law. The Giants announced on Wednesday that the club will activate Law from the 15-day disabled list. “He’s fine, [he’s] healthy,” manager Bruce Bochy said after the right-hander threw a simulated game […] The post Giants activate Derek...
Via Today's Knuckleball
September 14, 2016

Law ready to return to Giants' bullpen

Derek Law said he felt great after testing his right elbow in a simulated game at AT&T Park on Monday. The bullpen session was the last hurdle the right-handed reliever needed to overcome before rejoining the club. As a result, manager Bruce Bochy said the Giants plan to activate Law from the 15-day disabled list Wednesday.
Via Giants.com
September 12, 2016

Law faces final hurdle before return to bullpen

The Giants' well-stocked bullpen could increase to 15 men shortly after Monday, when Derek Law will test his right elbow by throwing a simulated game at AT&T Park.
Via Giants.com
September 11, 2016

Giants right-hander Derek Law receives encouraging news after MRI on elbow

Derek Law SAN FRANCISCO – Moments after their most productive offensive game in 17 seasons at AT&T Park, the Giants received more good news.   An MRI confirmed that right-hander Derek Law does not have any major structural damage in his right elbow. Law, who went on the disabled list earlier Sunday, said he has inflammation from the breaking of scar tissue, and expected to...
Via Giants Extra
August 28, 2016

Giants To Place Derek Law On DL

In what could be a major blow to their bullpen, the Giants will place reliever Derek Law on the disabled list with a strained right elbow, according to Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News (Twitter link). The club will recall outfielder Jarrett Parker from Triple-A Sacramento to take Law’s roster spot, tweets Alex Pavlovic of CSN Bay Area. Law, 25, has enjoyed a tremendous...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
August 28, 2016

Relievers lay down the Law in Giants' comeback

Derek Law blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates in the fourth and fifth innings Wednesday to launch the sequence of six shutout innings compiled by Giants relievers in San Francisco's 7-6 triumph.
Via Giants.com
June 23, 2016

For Law, lessons from dad on field and off

Derek Law took a grip on honesty and threw a high, hard one at himself. "Honestly, I don't think I ever thanked him enough for what he's done," said Law, a rookie reliever with the Giants. Derek was referring to the man who sparked his baseball career -- his father, Joe. Told of his son's remark, Joe responded as most parents would: selflessly.
Via Giants.com
June 16, 2016

Giants notes: Joe Law on his son, Derek: “I’d rather he be able to be there than me”

LOS ANGELES – It’s a special day for Derek Law and his family, after the Giants promoted the right-hander to replace Sergio Romo on the roster. It’ll be even more special when and if Law actually makes his major league debut. And yes, there’s a very important distinction between a call-up and a debut. Nobody understands that better than Joe Law, Derek’s father, who was...
Via Giants Extra
April 15, 2016

San Francisco Giants: Prospects to Keep an Eye On

The San Francisco Giants are rolling. They are 35-19 and have a 6 and a half game lead in the National League West. Granted the season is still very young, but with the way the other teams in their division look right now, it looks like they could run away with the division. With everything going so well, it doesn’t seem like they need to call any prospects up. However, injuries...
Via isportsweb.com
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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