Giants Designate Eric Hacker For Assignment

The Giants have designated Eric Hacker for assignment, according to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter).  The right-hander saw just nine innings of work for the Giants this season, including one six inning start in April.

Hacker spent the bulk of the year with Triple-A Fresno, posting a 4.01 ERA with 6.2 K/9 and 2.6 BB/9 in 25 starts and one relief appearance.  The 29-year-old has a 4.76 ERA with 6.6 K/9 and 3.2 BB/9 in five Triple-A campaigns.

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9 Comments on "Giants Designate Eric Hacker For Assignment"

3 years 29 days ago

Good move now who will fill the spot?

3 years 29 days ago

An even worse Emmanuel Burriss. …but Runzler and Otero are up as well.

3 years 29 days ago

I’m still wondering why Brock Bond was not called up to replace Hacker?

I mean Bond has paid his dues and was accidentally drafted by the Giants for crying out loud.

Don’t believe me go look it up.

3 years 29 days ago

emmanuel burris fills spot

3 years 29 days ago

Kinda funny because he won the Fresno Grizzlies “Pitcher of the Year” team award today.

3 years 29 days ago

If you live in the USA with that last name for sure, you´re an unluky guy XD

3 years 29 days ago

Not if you’re a batter.

3 years 28 days ago

He will be picked up by The padres.

3 years 27 days ago

He’s been designated to go “work” on Don Mattingly’s laptop… remotely of course…