The Giants removed pitcher Jeremy Affeldt from the disabled list before Tuesday's game, reports MLB.com. Affeldt was on the DL since late August due to a knee issue.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said pitcher Jeremy Affeldt will be activated from the disabled list before Monday's game, reports the San Jose Mercury News. Affeldt was dealing with a knee issue, which landed him on the disabled list in August. Meanwhile, the team hopes to also have infielder Joe Panik back for Monday's game. Panik is on the DL with a back injury, which has kept him out since Aug. 1.
Giants left-handed reliever Jeremy Affeldt was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday. The veteran pitcher is dealing with left knee subluxation. Affeldt missed time on the DL earlier this season due to a shoulder strain. Affeldt was told he has a torn ligament in his knee, but he is not expected to need surgery, and should be able to pitch again this season. To replace him on the roster, the Giants recalled right-hander Mikel Broadway from Triple-A Sacramento.
The Giants activated left-handed reliever Jeremy Affeldt from the disabled list on Wednesday. Affeldt has been out of action since the end of June due to a left shoulder strain. Affeldt pitched three scoreless innings across two rehab outings in the minor leagues. The Giants optioned left-hander Josh Osich to Triple-A Sacramento to clear room for Affeldt.
Giants relief pitcher Jeremy Affeldt, who is out with a shoulder injury, could likely be back with the team by next Tuesday or Wednesday, per CSN Bay Area. Affeldt is currently on a Triple-A rehab assignment as he works his way back from the 15-day disabled list.