The Giants transferred catcher Hector Sanchez to the 60-day disabled list on Tuesday, reports CSN Bay Area. Sanchez suffered a sprained ankle and strained hamstring during Saturday's game.
Giants catcher Hector Sanchez was diagnosed with a sprained ankle and strained hamstring, reports The San Francisco Chronicle. Sanchez suffered the injuries during Saturday's game and he said Sunday he will likely miss the rest of the season.
Giants catcher Hector Sanchez was forced to leave Saturday's game against the Rockies in the fourth inning due to a left ankle sprain. Sanchez was injured while beating out an infield hit, as his foot landed awkwardly on the first base bag. He will go for X-rays to determine the severity of the sprain.
The Giants recalled a trio of players from Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday. Catcher Hector Sanchez , right-hander Cody Hall and infielder Nick Noonan have were all called to the big club as the rosters expanded. All three are expected to be in uniform and available for Tuesday's game against the Dodgers.
The Giants have activated Andrew Susac off the disabled list and optioned fellow catcher Hector Sanchez, per the San Francisco Chronicle. Susac has been out for a month with a thumb injury. The little-used Sanchez has eight hits in 52 at-bats this season.