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Giants hope Joe Panik out DL minimum 7-day stay for concussion
Giants manager Bruce Bochy is hoping that second baseman Joe Panik is out only seven days, but acknowledged that with concussions, you don’t really know until the players is actually in the lineup.
The Giants placed Panik on the seven-day concussion disabled list before Wednesday night’s game.
Panik was hit in the helmet by a pitch from Tampa Bay’s Matt Moore on June 18, but didn’t start having symptoms until Monday.
“We have experienced with a couple other players a different scenario, where it took a little bit longer,” Bochy said.
Panik is the fourth Giants infielder from the Opening Day roster on the disabled list, joining Matt Duffy, Ehire Adrianza and Kelby Tomlinson.
San Francisco purchased the contract of infielder Ruben Tejada from Triple-A Sacramento.
To make room for Tejada on the 40-man roster, pitcher Chris Heston was recalled and then put on the 60-day DL with an oblique strain.
Tejada, better known as the Mets’ shortstop whom Chase Utley took out in last year’s playoffs, signed a minor-league deal with the Giants on June 14 and hit.
The breakup of the contender-era Chicago Bulls core is well and truly underway, as Brian Flaherty of the Washington Post reports that Joakim Noah is planning on heading eastward to join former teammate Derrick Rose in New York and sign for the Knicks. Here’s the Post:Read more
I’m going to cut straight to the chase: Detroit sports guy Jeff Moss of DetroitSportsRag.com broke the story today that Detroit Sports 105.1 (WMGC), a sports radio station in Detroit, would no longer be a sports station. The radio’s website now redirects to a WCSX 94.7, an oldies station. Moss broke the story, as he makes very clear in an article on this subject—we’d like to offer a direct link, but the structure of DetroitSportsRag.com makes it difficult—which opens with the following paragraph:Read more
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteMichael Phelps, Missy Franklin punch tickets to Rio on Day 4 of trialsSports IllustratedYour teams. Your favorite writers. Wherever you want them. Personalize SI with our new App. Install on iOS or Android. Familiar faces Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin waited until Day 4 of the U. S. Olympic Swimming Trials to stamp their tickets to Rio.