Giants infielder Joaquin Arias was placed on the disabled list Monday following an appendectomy, according to Alex Pavlovic of the San Jose Mercury News. Arias was diagnosed with appendicitis Sunday and had successful surgery late that night after playing a full game at shortstop against Los Angeles. Hitting sixth, Arias went 1 for . . . → Read More: Joaquin Arias injury: Giants infielder has appendectomy, heads to disabled list
Monday was turbulent day in Giants-dom. Not only did Giants fans get to experience Puig-mania for the first time, but the roster got a complete overhaul.
Pablo Sandoval returned from a foot injury that kept him out for the better part of three weeks, going 2-4 in last night’s loss to Los Angeles. To make . . . → Read More: SF Giants transactions: Sandoval returns, Gaudin to disabled list
Giants center fielder Angel Pagan will require surgery on his hamstring, keeping him out 10-12 weeks according to manager Bruce Bochy. Pagan initially hurt his hamstring before hitting one of the most improbable walk-off home runs in recent memory, but has yet to see any action for the Giants since that game on . . . → Read More: Angel Pagan injury update: Giants center fielder out 10-12 weeks