Giants Still Looking To Add Right-Handed Outfielder

Giants assistant GM Bobby Evans expressed optimism yesterday that the Giants would add a left fielder by day's end, and for a time it seemed the team was closing in on a trade, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports (via Twitter). However, with no agreements in place yet, San Francisco is still seeking a right-handed outfielder capable of hitting for some power, reports Rosenthal.

Many of the names linked to the Giants this week have been free agents, including Michael Morse, Jeff Baker, and Franklin Gutierrez. As for trade candidates, the club is said to have some interest in Brett Gardner and Alejandro De Aza, but the Yankees sound reluctant to part with Gardner, while San Francisco reportedly isn't willing to give up much for De Aza. Additionally, for what it's worth, neither Gardner nor De Aza hits right-handed.

8 Responses to Giants Still Looking To Add Right-Handed Outfielder Leave a Reply

  1. Wudlander3000 2 years ago

    They are looking for a right-handed OF, so why Gardner or De Aza?

  2. brian310 2 years ago


  3. Jack Conness 2 years ago

    Let them take Viciedo of the Sox’s hands.

  4. Call KC about Maxwell, get a pen arm while you’re at it.

    The Jeff Baker rumor wasn’t funny.

  5. soxfan123123 2 years ago

    Alejandro De Aza for Hector Sanchez.

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