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  • Giants' Jordan Hicks: Won't start Sunday

    Hicks was scratched from his scheduled start Sunday against the Rockies, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.

    The Giants haven't indicated Hicks is dealing with any sort of injury, so it's possible him being scratched from his start indicates a move to the bullpen, or the team may simply want to postpone his next outing. Either way, Hayden Birdsong will start on the mound for San Francisco on Sunday instead.

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  • Giants' Liam Simon: Activated from IL

    Single-A San Jose reinstated Simon (undisclosed) from its 60-day injured list July 6 and assigned him to the rookie-level Arizona Complex League.

    Simon had already been on a rehab assignment in the ACL for a month before the Giants opted to keep him in rookie ball after his 30-day rehab window drew to a close. The right-hander has struggled mightily thus far in his nine outings in the ACL, logging a 12.96 ERA and 2.84 WHIP across 8.1 innings while issuing 16 walks and striking out 12.

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  • Giants' Ismael Munguia: Shelved at Double-A

    Double-A Richmond placed Munguia on its 7-day injured list July 13 with an unspecified injury.

    The 25-year-old outfielder from Nicaragua hadn't played since July 9 before Richmond opted to shut him down shortly before the All-Star break. Munguia is slashing .270/.368/.387 with three home runs and 11 stolen bases in 243 plate appearances between Richmond and Triple-A Sacramento this season.

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  • Giants' Wade Meckler: Activated, assigned to Double-A

    Triple-A Sacramento reinstated Meckler (wrist) from its 7-day injured list Friday and assigned him to Double-A Richmond.

    Meckler reached the big leagues for the first time last season and appeared in 20 games with the Giants, but he's played exclusively in the minors thus far in 2024 after being optioned to Sacramento in spring training. He's yet to see any action at the Triple-A level, however, as he was placed on Sacramento's IL before the start of the minor-league season due to a sprained wrist. Meckler began a rehab assignment in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League in mid-May and eventually moved up to Single-A San Jose before being shut down in early June after experiencing a setback. He resumed his rehab assignment June 20 and is now deemed to be healthy after he appeared in 19 games with three of the Giants' lower-level affiliates. Once he gets in a handful of games with Richmond, Meckler will likely move back up to Sacramento.

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  • Giants' Kai-Wei Teng: In midst of rehab assignment

    Teng, who was placed on Triple-A Sacramento's 7-day injured list July 7 with an unspecified injury, made a rehab appearance Friday in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League, giving up four earned runs on five hits and one walk while striking out two over 1.2 innings.

    Given that Teng has been on the IL for just a couple of weeks, he shouldn't require an extensive buildup in the lower levels of the minors before he rejoins Sacramento. The 25-year-old righty has a spot on the Giants' 40-man roster but hasn't distinguished himself enough at the Triple-A level this season to earn a call-up. Over his 12 appearances (five starts) for Sacramento before landing on the shelf, Teng turned in a 9.47 ERA and 1.89 WHIP across 38 innings.

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  • Giants' Reggie Crawford: Sidelined at Triple-A

    Triple-A Sacramento placed Crawford on its 7-day injured list June 13 with general fatigue in his left arm, Josh Norris of Baseball America reports.

    Crawford, the 30th overall pick in 2022, had Tommy John surgery in October 2021 and suffered a lat strain this past offseason, so injuries have been a big part of his story. The former two-way player transitioned to a relief role this season but has been limited to 37.1 career innings. Crawford is a hard-throwing lefty with a clear future in a high-leverage role if injuries don't derail him.

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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Melts down Friday

    Rogers (1-3) allowed three runs on three hits over one-third of an inning to take the loss Friday versus the Rockies.

    Rogers couldn't keep the game tied at 3-3 in the eighth inning, giving up a three-run home run to Jake Cave that proved to be decisive. Prior to Friday, Rogers had allowed just one run over his last 10.2 innings. He's now at a 3.15 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 34:3 K:BB with a save and 19 holds across 45.2 innings this season. Rogers has generally been reliable in a setup role and does not appear to be in danger of losing that spot in the bullpen hierarchy.

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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Holds Rockies scoreless

    Harrison allowed a hit and four walks over five shutout frames in a no-decision Friday. He struck out six as the Giants lost to Colorado.

    As is often the case, Harrison showed off his potential while struggling to hone his command. Only two Rockies reached scoring position against him and he never faced a significant threat. Harrison has allowed fewer than two runs in six of his 17 starts this year, but he's walked at least four on four occasions. The 22-year-old southpaw lowered his ERA to 3.86 with a 79:31 K:BB through 91 innings. Harrison's next outing is lined up to be a road matchup with the Dodgers.

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  • Giants' Robbie Ray: Making another rehab start

    Ray (elbow) will throw five innings in a rehab start with Triple-A Sacramento on Friday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.

    Friday's outing is likely Ray's final rehab start before being reinstated from the injured list. If that's the case, the veteran southpaw could pitch during a four-game road series against the Dodgers early next week. Hayden Birdsong is the most likely candidate to lose their rotation spot once Ray is activated, although the team could opt to use a six-man rotation temporarily considering the Giants have a stretch of 11 games in 10 days coming out of the All-Star break.

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  • Giants' Alex Cobb: Covers 3.1 innings in rehab start

    Cobb (hip/shoulder) struck out three and allowed one earned run on three hits and two walks over 3.1 innings in his rehab start Monday in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League.

    Through four rehab outings between the ACL and Single-A San Jose, Cobb has posted a so-so 3.97 ERA and 1.24 WHIP but a strong 16:4 K:BB across 11.1 innings. Cobb is likely to move his minor-league assignment back to San Jose or another higher-level affiliate this weekend, and he may need just two rehab starts to get stretched out enough to the point that the Giants would consider activating him from the 60-day injured list. Cobb opened the season on the IL while he completed his recovery from offseason hip surgery, then had his rehab program slowed down in April and May due to a shoulder issue.

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  • Giants' Kolton Ingram: Clears waivers

    The Giants outrighted Ingram to Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday after he cleared waivers, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Since the beginning of February, Ingram has spent time in six different organizations, but he looks like he'll stick around with San Francisco for now after going unclaimed off waivers. The 27-year-old lefty has yet to appear at the big-league level this season after logging 5.1 innings with the Angels in 2023.

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  • Giants' Ethan Small: Sent out on rehab assignment

    Small (oblique) began a rehab assignment Tuesday in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League, striking out one while allowing one run on one hit and no walks over one inning.

    Small has been sidelined all season with a Grade 2 right oblique strain but has finally been cleared to pitch in games. Given the lengthy layoff, the left-handed reliever will likely require an extended rehab assignment before he's activated from the Giants' 60-day injured list. He has a minor-league option remaining and could be sent to Triple-A Sacramento once his rehab assignment concludes.

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  • Giants' Logan Porter: Triggers opt-out clause

    Porter has initiated the opt-out clause in his minor-league contract with the Giants, Ari Alexander of KPRC 2 in Houston reports.

    The Giants can either add him to their 40-man roster or trade him to another team that would add him to its 40-man roster. If neither of those moves happen, Porter must be granted his release. The 29-year-old is slashing .293/.390/.500 with eight homers in 53 games this season at the Triple-A level.

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  • Giants' Clayton Andrews: Latches on in San Francisco

    The Giants signed Andrews to a minor-league contract on July 8.

    Andrews elected free agency rather than accepting an outright assignment by the Yankees late last month and has quickly caught on in a new organization. The left-handed reliever has already made one appearance in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate, allowing four runs while recording one out. He should eventually move up to Triple-A Sacramento.

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  • Giants' Jakob Christian: Nabbed by San Francisco

    The Giants have selected Christian with the 149th overall pick in the 2024 First-Year Player Draft.

    The 6-foot-5 slugger offers plus raw power from the right side, but Christian has a lot of work to do on his pitch recognition and ability to handle breaking pitches. The University of San Diego product has the arm and athleticism to handle right field, but the bat will play further down the defensive spectrum if he can make enough contact.

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  • Giants' Dakota Jordan: Goes to San Fran in Round 4

    The Giants have selected Jordan with the 116th overall pick in the 2024 First-Year Player Draft.

    A low-contact, high-impact slugger from Mississippi State, Jordan hits the ball as hard as any college hitter in the draft. Unfortunately, his 65 percent contact rate and 29 percent strikeout rate portend significant struggles in pro ball. He originally made it to campus because he wanted to play wide receiver for the football team in addition to outfield for the baseball team, but he quickly scrapped the two-sport plan. His plus speed hasn't translated into quality outfield defense or notable stolen-base totals yet, so while Jordan's raw tools are impressive, there's no precedent for a college player with his weaknesses going on to have a productive big-league career.

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  • Giants' Ethan Small: Faces hitters Friday

    Small (oblique) threw a 20-pitch live batting practice session Friday, MLB.com reports.

    Small had been vying for a spot in the Giants' Opening Day bullpen during spring training before sustaining a Grade 2 right oblique strain late in camp that resulted in him opening the season on the injured list. He was shut down for about two months before he was finally cleared to start playing catch, and he's been gradually increasing the volume and intensity of his throwing sessions. Now that he's resumed facing hitters, Small could be on the cusp of heading out on what will likely be an extended minor-league rehab assignment. The 27-year-old lefty still has a minor-league option remaining, so the Giants could send him to Triple-A Sacramento upon activating him from the 60-day IL if there isn't a spot for him in the big-league bullpen.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .244
(14th)
430
(15th)
96
(24th)
4.44
(24th)

Injuries

Player Injury
R. Ray SP Robbie Ray SP Elbow
J. Lee CF Jung Hoo Lee CF Shoulder
K. Winn SP Keaton Winn SP Elbow
A. Cobb SP Alex Cobb SP Hip
T. Murphy C Tom Murphy C Knee

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