Hanigan agreed to a minor-league deal with the Giants on Sunday, Jon Heyman of FanRagSports.com reports.

Hanigan slashed .267/.324/.347 over 33 games with the Rockies last season but had yet to catch on with a big-league club in 2018. The veteran backstop was cut loose by the Indians back in mid-March, and this will be his first opportunity with a team since. Hanigan will serve primarily as organizational depth, as Buster Posey is locked in as the main catcher, with Nick Hundley seemingly safe in a backup role.

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