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Giants' Joe Ross: Signs NRI deal with San Francisco
Ross (elbow) agreed Monday with the Giants on a minor-league contract and received an invitation to MLB spring training, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Ross underwent Tommy John surgery last May for the second time in his career and will likely miss the start of the 2023 season while recovering from the procedure. The 29-year-old made 20 appearances (19 starts) for the Nationals in 2021 while posting a 4.17 ERA and 109:34 K:BB in 108 innings. Ross could be a rotation option for the Giants in the second half of the season if he responds well to his rehab program, but he can safely be ignored in even the deepest of fantasy leagues until he reaches the point where he's pitching in minor-league games.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Roberto Perez: Joining San Francisco
Perez agreed to a contract with the Giants on Sunday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Perez played in just 21 games for Pittsburgh last season before he ruptured his right hamstring and underwent season-ending surgery. The 34-year-old could open 2023 by splitting playing time with Joey Bart, who had a .660 OPS in his first full season as a starter behind the plate last year.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Ronald Guzman: Lands contract with Giants
Guzman signed a minor-league contract with the Giants on Thursday.
Guzman, 28, got a cup of coffee with the Yankees last season but spent the bulk of the year at their Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre affiliate. He's a career .225/.302/.410 hitter over parts of five major-league seasons.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Tyler Rogers: Settles at $1.675 million
Rogers signed a one-year, $1.675 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
While not nearly as effective as he was in 2021, Rogers still had a 3.57 ERA over 68 appearances in 2022. In 2023 he'll be a teammate of his twin brother, Taylor Rogers, who signed with the Giants last month.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Thairo Estrada: Inks one-year deal
Estrada signed a one-year, $2.25 million contract from the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Estrada gets a big raise in his first year of arbitration eligibility as a Super Two qualifier. The 26-year-old played a bigger-than-expected role for the Giants in 2022, finishing with a .722 OPS, 14 home runs and 21 stolen bases. He's the favorite to be the team's Opening Day second baseman.... See More ... See Less
Giants' LaMonte Wade: Avoids arbitration
Wade signed a one-year, $1.375 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Wade took a major step back in 2022, putting up a .665 OPS while being limited to just 77 games due to knee issues. If healthy, the 29-year-old should bounce back to a certain degree in 2023 while playing a variety of positions.... See More ... See Less
Giants' J.D. Davis: Inks one-year deal
Davis signed a one-year, $4.21 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, source reports.
Davis started slow for the Mets last season, but was able to slash .263/.361/.496 with the Giants after being traded at the deadline. It's unclear how exactly Davis will fit in the Giants' lineup in 2023, whether it's at third base or as the designated hitter, but he still figures to get his fair share of at-bats next season.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Austin Slater: Avoids arbitration
Slater agreed to a one-year, $3.2 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Slater had a career-high 325 plate appearances last year and posted a .264/.366/.408 slash line with seven home runs and 12 steals. The 30-year-old has carved out a role against left-handed pitching in San Francisco over the past few years and is likely to be used similarly in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Jakob Junis: Settles at $2.8 million
Junis signed a one-year, $2.8 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
Junis put up a 4.42 ERA and 98:25 K:BB over 112 innings for the Giants in 2022 while serving as a traditional starter and bulk reliever. The 30-year-old would appear to be slated for a relief role in 2023, at least to open the season.... See More ... See Less
Giants' John Brebbia: Reaches deal to avoid arbitration
Brebbia settled on a one-year, $2.3 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.
The reliever compiled a serviceable 3.18 ERA and 1.31 WHIP while striking out 54 batters and earning 18 holds over 68 innings in 76 appearances while also being used as an opener 11 times. Brebbia will likely operate in a versatile role once again this season, operating ahead of closer Camilo Doval.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Luke Jackson: Joins San Fran on two-year pact
Jackson (elbow) signed a two-year, $11.5 million contract with the Giants on Monday.
Per Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle, Jackson will take home $9.5 million between the first two years of his contract, which also includes a $7 million club option or $2 million buyout for the 2025 season. After undergoing Tommy John surgery this past April, Jackson will be a candidate to open the upcoming season on the 60-day injured list, but he should be at close to full health by around the All-Star break, if not sooner. The 31-year-old handled a pivotal role out of the bullpen for Atlanta's World Series-winning club in 2021, turning in a 1.98 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 70:29 K:BB across 63.2 frames while notching a career-high 31 holds.... See More ... See Less
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