Japan is over for the Oakland Athletics.
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The San Francisco Giants acquired catcher Erik Kratz from the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday in exchange for minor league infielder C.J. Hinojosa.
Michael Reed, who batted .342 with a .453 OBP in the minors last season, was traded from the Twins to the Giants, who are in need of an impact outfielder.
Outfielder Cameron Maybin, who was arrested earlier this month on a DUI charge, was released by the San Francisco Giants on Friday.
The Giants picked up Rule 5 pick Connor Joe from the Reds in exchange for minor league pitcher Jordan Johnson and cash.
Outfielder Matt Joyce has reached agreement on a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants following his release by Cleveland.
The San Francisco district attorney's office will not file criminal charges against Giants CEO Larry Baer after an altercation earlier this month between Baer and his wife was caught on video.
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Catcher Cameron Rupp has been acquired by the Detroit Tigers from the San Francisco Giants for cash. Rupp spent last year in Triple-A with three different organizations.
Giants outfielder Cameron Maybin was arrested early Friday morning in Scottsdale, Arizona, for two DUI offenses. Tests on the scene determined his BAC was .127.
Giants CEO Larry Baer was granted a leave of absence from the team Monday, after the release of a video showing him in a physical altercation with his wife last week.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Twos across for Hyun-Jin Ryu in his second spring outing with the Dodgers: 2 innings, 2 hits, 2 strikeouts against San Diego tonight. Manny Machado is not in the Padres lineup; scheduled to make his debut tomorrow against the Giants.
Giants CEO Larry Baer had a physical altercation in public with his wife that, according to her, began when she took his cellphone and would not give it back. The couple said they are "deeply embarrassed by the situation and have resolved the issue.''
Buster talks to Matt Vasgersian about the Giants' interest in Bryce Harper (6:01), goes rapid fire with J.D. Martinez (20:05), gets the Numbers Game from Sarah Langs (28:23), and chats with Keith Law about Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (33:24).
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Pat Venditte says a three-batter minimum would give him an advantage if adopted by MLB in 2020: The 33-year-old reliever is a switch-pitcher.
Buster gets some Inside Heat from Jenny Cavnar on the Nolan Arenado deal (1:11), discusses free agency and MLB's latest proposal with Boog Sciambi (8:14), and talks with Bill Shaikin about Mike Trout's future and the Dodgers' perspective on the Bryce Harper sweepstakes (36:49).