USA Today "Yusmeiro Petit hardly inspires thoughts of the near-perfection demonstrated by San Francisco Giants teammate Madison Bumgarner in his one-hit shutout Tuesday. The journeyman right-hander from Venezuela barely touches 90 mph with his fastball, and he hasn't won more than four games in any of his..." August 28
#sfgiants just officially announced it sold Brett Pill rights to KIA team in Korea, and Pill has agreed to a deal with KIA pending physical.
Giants announced @PillzRgood deal with KIA Tigers. It's a one-year deal, won't be official until he passes physical.
Brett Pill is indeed negotiating with Kia Tigers in Korea. Giants already have a deal to sell his contract. Just working on the $$.
CSN Bay Area "The Giants made a pair of roster moves to address two ailing members of their pitching staff. As expected, they placed Ryan Vogelsong on the disabled list as the right-hander prepared for surgery to repair a fractured pinky finger on his pitching hand. The club also placed right-hander Santiago..." May 21
CSN Bay Area "First baseman Brett Pill traveled back to San Francisco and will undergo arthroscopic surgery on Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. Pill, 28, tried to play through irritation in his knee but it swelled up on him Tuesday night and the decision..." March 14
San Francisco Chronicle "With Brandon Belt, Buster Posey and Pablo Sandoval entrenched, the Giants hardly need Brett Pill as a first baseman. He is not a great left fielder and the staff has backed off the notion of trying him at third base. Pill knows all that, and believes the best way he can compete for a job is to..." February 27