Wood can earn up to $5 million more with contract incentives. Many days after reports first made it clear that a reunion was on the horizon, the San Francisco Giants have officially re-signed left-handed pitcher Alex Wood.
The Giants have finalized their deal with the right-handed pitcher. We’ve known for a while that the San Francisco Giants were likely to sign right-handed pitcher Alex Cobb, with talks progressing to the “finalizing” stage in the last few days.
It remains to be seen whether the Rockies will actually engage in a serious pursuit of Bryant or are merely hoping to serve as an opportunistic landing spot in the event his market doesn’t crystallize as hoped.
Kazmir’s return to the Majors was brief and uneven and probably inconsequential for the Giants 2021 season. The Scott Kazmir San Francisco Giants Experience in 2021 was, as far as an “experience” goes, a little all over the place.
The San Francisco Giants are having a fantastic offseason. The team entered free agency with a tall mountain to climb. Four of the club’s five starting pitchers from the 2021 campaign began the offseason as free agents.
The right-handed reliever will return for $837,500. The San Francisco Giants have re-signed their first arbitration-eligible player of the offseason, agreeing to an $837,500 contract with right-handed relief pitcher John Brebbia.
MLB’s CBA expires on Wednesday. Then what? The San Francisco Giants mesmerizing 107-win season is firmly in the rear view mirror, and a good chunk of their offseason happenings — both good and bad — are as well.
Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman, a key component to the San Francisco Giants' rotation last season, agreed to a five-year, $110 million deal Sunday with the Toronto Blue Jays, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Gausman had a magical season as the Giants #1 starter, exceeding all expectations and anchoring a rotation that was 3rd in baseball by ERA. The last time the San Francisco Giants had a pitcher finish in the top-10 for Cy Young voting, it was 2016, and they had two: Madison Bumgarner, at 4, and Johnny Cueto, at 6.
The Giants placed outfielder Alex Dickerson on release waivers this week. Dickerson was designated for assignment Monday when the team needed to open a 40-man roster spot to finalize the re-signing of Anthony DeSclafani.
The San Francisco Giants were one of baseball’s best stories in 2021. They exceeded all reasonable preseason expectations and won 107 games in the regular season en route to the NL West division title.