Holland could compete for a job out of spring training with a rotation that has three set starters in Madison Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija. There are two spots up for grabs, and manager Bruce Bochy said Friday that Ty Blach and Chris Stratton are the leading candidates to fill out those positions.
San Francisco’s pitchers and catchers report to Scottsdale, Arizona, on Tuesday, with their first workout Wednesday.
KXTV Alert Center Live Video BreakingNews Weather Closings Sponsored by News Local Money Entertainment Nation Now Life ABC10 Originals Weather & Traffic Current Weather Radar Maps Hourly & 10-Day Weather Force Traffic Gas Prices Road Conditions CHP Traffic Incidents Driving Smart Sports Latest Sports High School Sports Oakland As Oakland Raiders Sacramento Kings San Francisco 49ers San Francisco Giants Shows Sac & Co Morning Blend Features 10 Books 10 Words California News Consumer News Contests Crime DIY Extra Butter Food Home Experts Insurance Coach Lifestyle and Fun Magnify Money Medical Minute Military Appreciation Oscars Talk Read Sing Teacher of the Month Ways 2 Save Verify Media Video Photos Connect Contact Us About Us ABC10 Careers Advertise Meet the Team TV Listings YourTake © 2018 KXTV-TV. All Rights Reserved. SAN-FRANCISCO-GIANTS Lefty Derek Holland joins Giants on minor league contract Author: KXTV Published: 5:29 PM PST February 9, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Veteran left-hander Derek Holland has signed a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants.
The 31-year-old Holland pitched his first eight seasons for Texas, then went 7-14 with a 6.20 ERA in 29 outings and 26 starts last year for the White Sox.