San Francisco Chronicle "Not only was Joe Panik called up from Triple-A Sacramento, he was immediately inserted into the Giants’ lineup — as the No. 3 hitter against Dusty Baker’s Nationals. The Giants were confident that Panik had overcome his concussion and had his timing down at the plate to move him into the three..." July 29
CBS Sports "Panik (concussion) will start a rehab assignment in Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday, Amy Gutierrez of the Bay Area CSN reports." July 26
McCovey Chronicles "If you weren’t around Twitter last night, a brief recap: Andrew Baggarly, known anarchist, was asked about Joe Panik’s unscheduled day off from his rehabilitation assignment, and he responded with "In all seriousness, maybe he’s part of a potential trade." As you would expect, everyone freaked..." July 23
NBC Bay Area "Bruce Bochy had a nice, relaxing All-Star break, and when he got to Petco Park on Thursday, he got good news. Bochy's right fielder, Hunter Pence, could start a rehab assignment as soon as Saturday. Second baseman Joe Panik might be just a day behind. Pence (hamstring surgery) is running the..." July 15
Sacramento Bee "After Joe Panik took a pitch to the head against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Giants were concerned enough to put the second baseman through three days of concussion tests. Panik passed those tests, manager Bruce Bochy said. But nine days after the initial beaning, Panik reported feeling..." June 29
Joe Panik doubtful to start until Saturday. Angel Pagan might return at some point this weekend. If not, DL could come into play.