Jimenez was called up to Triple-A Toledo on Friday.
Jimenez had posted a 2.18 ERA with a 0.97 WHIP over the course of 20.2 innings with Double-A Erie this season. The closer had converted 12 of his 13 save opportunities with Erie, and previously dominated at the High-A level earlier this year. Most impressively, Jimenez boasted a 34:8 K:BB during his time with Erie, and will look to continue his form at the next level.
Ramos inked a minor league contract with Detroit on Friday, and will head to Triple-A Toledo.
Ramos was DFA'd by the Rangers on July 22 and cleared waivers a week later before being scooped up by the Tigers. During his time with Texas, Ramos posted a 6.04 ERA with a 1.68 WHIP during 47.2 innings of work, appearing in 16 games with four starts sprinkled in. He could wind up getting some time on the Tigers within the next couple months, but will begin his time with the organization in Toledo.
Weber was called up Friday from Triple-A Gwinnett.
This was a corresponding move to the Braves sending down Matt Wisler on Thursday following their game against the Phillies. Weber has spent some time with the major league club this season, appearing in five games while allowing 11 earned runs and 20 hits over 10.2 innings of work. He has faired much better at the Triple-A level, but has only managed to fan 35 batters during 55 innings with Gwinnett.
Peralta was placed on the 15-day DL on June 20 while dealing with a lower back sprain and has slowly recovered and played in some rehab games with the
Panik (concussion) returned to the lineup and went 0-for-4 in a loss to the Nationals on Thursday.
It wasn't the return the Giants or Panik were looking for, but he is still shaking off the rust after going 3-for-13 during his rehab stint. Panik batted third Thursday, but it is unclear how the Giants' lineup will look going forward with the addition of Eduardo Nunez and the eventual return of Matt Duffy (Achilles) and Hunter Pence (hamstring).