The San Francisco Giants made a flurry of roster moves on Monday evening, protecting four prospects from being available in the upcoming Rule 5 draft. General manager Bobby Evans and the Giants’ front office added pitching prospects Tyler Beede, Tyler Herb and D.J. Snelten as well as catcher Aramis Garcia to the 40-man roster, while designating two other players for assignment.
Warriors’ star Kevin Durant played a critical role in igniting Golden State’s 24-point comeback to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night. If the Warriors fall behind in Brooklyn on Sunday, they won’t have the luxury of relying on Durant. Golden State announced early Sunday morning that the forward will sit out the back end of the team’s back-to-back with a left ankle sprain suffered in the midst of Saturday’s win.
That “Check engine” light in your car is the bane of your existence. You saw it turn on right before you left for vacation, and decided to put it off for a few weeks. You take your car to the shop, and all of a sudden, you’re out $62 million in repairs. That should fix it, right? The story of the San Francisco Giants’ bullpen is complex and convoluted, and it’s a story with another fascinating chapter to write.
#SFGiants roster moves
Tyler Herb, D.J. Snelten, Tyler Beede and Aramis Garcia added to 40-man roster.
Micah Johnson and Orlando Calixte DFA'd.
Dan Slania outrighted to AAA.
Engelb Vielma claimed by Philadelphia
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