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Giants designate J.C. Gutierrez for assignment

J.C. Gutierrez, who appeared in 61 games for the Giants this season, has been designated for assignment and dropped from the 40-man roster.

Gutierrez posted a 3.96 ERA and 44/16 K/BB ratio in 64 innings working mostly in a low-leverage role, but with a raise to around $1.5 million due via the arbitration process the Giants decided the 31-year-old right-hander wasn’t worth keeping around for 2015. 22 more words

California Delicious Wine Basket Review

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Giants Confident Sandoval Will Stay In The Bay

Giants assistant general manager Bobby Evans says he has been given “every indication” free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval will give careful consideration to re-signing with the World Series champions. 123 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - November 19, 2014

Thinking of the good will already in the bank with the fan bases, I hope Jon Lester goes back to Boston and the Panda returns to San Francisco. 40 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - November 19, 2014

Thinking of the good will already in the bank with the fan bases, I hope Jon Lester goes back to Boston and the Panda returns to San Francisco. 40 more words

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Red Sox claim Juan Francisco off waivers from Blue Jays

Third baseman/first baseman Juan Francisco was placed on waivers by the Blue Jays and claimed by the Red Sox.

Francisco is arbitration eligible and projected to make about $2.2 million in 2015, so it’s possible that the Red Sox may still non-tender him before the December 2 deadline. 55 more words

Report: "There is a 90 percent chance that Pablo Sandoval will sign with the Red Sox"

That comes from Dennis O’Donnell of KPIX in San Francisco. He reports: that Pablo Sandoval is not coming back to San Francisco. Rather, “there is a 90 percent chance that he will sign with the Red Sox.   124 more words

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