Vincent signed with the Giants as a non-roster invitee Friday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Vincent joined the Giants on a similar deal last offseason. He went on to throw 30.2 innings for San Francisco and another 14.0 with the Phillies, finishing with a respectable 4.43 ERA, a 24.2 percent strikeout rate and a 6.2 percent walk rate.
The Phillies selected Vincent's contract from Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
The 33-year-old will give the Phillies another experienced right-handed option out of the bullpen, but his usage will likely be limited to low-leverage spots initially. Before joining the Phillies on a minor-league deal in August, Vincent appeared in 18 games with the Giants at the big-league level, posting a 5.58 ERA and 1.43 WHIP across 30.2 innings.
Vincent (pectoral) was activated from the 60-day injured list and then designated for assignment Sunday, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Vincent was placed on the injured list at the end of May due to a right pectoral strain, but he managed to complete his rehab stint and has been given the green light to return. However, the Giants don't have room for the right-hander in the bullpen, so he'll head to waivers.
Vincent (pectoral) started a rehab assignment with High-A San Jose on Thursday, Joe Ritzo of the San Jose Giants broadcast booth reports.
Vincent has been on the shelf since May 29 due to a right pectoral strain, but he's finally managed to return to game action. Considering he's already been on the injured list for nearly two months, he'll likely need a lengthy stay in the minors.
Vincent (pectoral) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Vincent landed on the 10-day IL in late May with a right pectoral strain and was originally expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks, but he's now looking at a more extended absence. The 32-year-old will be eligible to be activated in late July, though the current progress of his recovery remains unclear.
Vincent was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a right pectoral strain, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Vincent suffered the injury during Tuesday's game against the Marlins. According to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, manager Bruce Bochy said the right-hander will likely be sidelined 2-to-3 weeks as a result. Willams Jerez was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento to take Vincent's spot on the roster and in the bullpen.
Vincent exited Tuesday's game against the Marlins with an apparent neck injury, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The official cause of his removal has yet to be announced, but Vincent appeared to be motioning to his neck area as he left the field. The 32-year-old should be considered day-to-day until more is known on the injury.
Vincent (0-2) took the loss Tuesday as the Giants were toppled 7-3 by the Blue Jays, giving up three runs on four hits in one inning of work.
The first hit he gave up was launched 438 feet to left-center field by Vlad Guerrero Jr., the rookie's first big-league homer, and things didn't get much better from there for Vincent. He now sports a 3.24 ERA and 25:6 K:BB through 25 innings, but his shaky outing in his first appearance as an opener this season might ensure he returns to a lower-leverage role in middle relief.
Vincent will open Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Vincent is expected to toss the first inning or two before making way for the primary pitcher. Tyler Beede was in line to start Tuesday's matchup prior to this update, so it's possible he'll be deployed to toss the bulk of the innings.
Vincent tossed two scoreless innings while giving up a walk and striking out a pair in a 4-1 loss to the Pirates on Friday.
Vincent turned in his fourth consecutive scoreless outing, bringing his ERA down to 2.03 in the process. The 32-year-old has been serving as the Giants' long reliever, leading the club in appearances (nine), innings (13.1) and multi-inning games (four). Despite Vincent's hot start to the season, the soft-tossing righty's fantasy value is dampened by a pedestrian strikeout rate (6.8 K/9) and zero holds.
The Giants informed Vincent on Friday that he won a spot on the team's Opening Day roster, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Vincent hasn't turned in an overly impressive camp, but manager Bruce Bochy suggested the right-hander's strong track record at the big-league level weighed heavily into him making the roster. Over parts of seven seasons in the majors, Vincent has compiled a 3.17 ERA while striking out a batter per inning.
Vincent signed a minor-league contract with the Giants on Thursday which includes an invitation to spring training, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Vincent put together another solid year for Seattle in 2018 -- posting a 3.99 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 56:15 K:BB across 56.1 innings of relief -- but the Mariners decided to outright him after the season rather than pay him in his final year of arbitration. The veteran reliever owns a career 3.17 ERA and 9.0 K/9 across parts of seven major-league seasons, so he seems like a good bet to win an Opening Day bullpen gig with the Giants.
Vincent elected to become a free agent Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Vincent refused his outright assignment to Triple-A Tacoma after passing through waivers untouched, making him a free agent for the first time in his career. The 32-year-old reliever posted a 3.99 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 56:15 K:BB across 56.1 innings of relief with the Mariners in 2018. Vincent owns a career 3.17 ERA and 9.0 K/9 across seven major-league seasons.
Vincent fired two shutout innings with one hit and one walk allowed while striking out one against the Astros on Tuesday.
With scheduled starter Mike Leake (illness) a late scratch, Seattle turned to Vincent for his first career start. The 32-year-old pitched adequately over the two frames, but it's unlikely he'll be turned to for any further starts unless the Mariners elect to go the "bullpen game" route. Vincent has a 3.98 ERA with a 39:12 K:BB in 43 innings.
Vincent, just activated earlier in the day from the disabled list, allowed two earned runs on three hits over a third of an inning in a loss to the Red Sox on Friday.
Vincent's return from a groin injury that had sidelined him since May 27 was far from a rousing success. The veteran was hit hard by a red-hot Red Sox offense, giving up a two-run homer to the first batter he faced, J.D. Martinez, and a triple to Mitch Moreland. Moreland eventually came home on a Xander Bogaerts infield single, making it a forgettable outing overall. Despite the hiccup Friday, Vincent is slated to return to the high-usage middle-relief role he enjoyed prior to his injury, one that had already afforded him 22 innings across 25 appearances prior to his DL stay.
Vincent (groin) was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list Friday.
As expected, Vincent will return to the Mariners' bullpen prior to Friday's series opener in Boston. The right-hander has appeared in 25 games for Seattle this season, logging a 4.09 ERA and 1.32 WHIP with a 23:6 K:BB across 22 innings. Look for him to return to a high-leverage role moving forward. In a corresponding move, Ryan Cook was optioned to the minors.
Vincent (groin) will be reinstated from the 10-day disabled list prior to Friday's game in Boston, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Vincent's scheduled rehab outing with Double-A Arkansas on Wednesday was rained out, but the right-hander was able to toss a simulated inning without experiencing any issues. Since that outing was seemingly the final obstacle in Vincent's way, expect to see him available out of the bullpen upon his arrival this weekend.
Vincent (groin) started Double-A Arkansas' game against Northwest Arkansas on Monday and fired a scoreless inning in which he allowed a hit.
Vincent got 11 of 14 pitches into the strike zone in his first taste of game action since going on the disabled list May 27. The veteran reliever is slated for two appearances with the Travelers, and he's expected to join the team in Boston on Friday if he remains free of setbacks, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Vincent (groin) will begin his minor-league rehabilitation assignment at Double-A Arkansas on Monday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Vincent is slated to pitch Monday and Wednesday for the Travelers, and if all goes well, he's expected to come off the disabled list as soon as Friday. He's resided on the DL since straining his groin May 27 against the Twins.
Vincent (groin) threw a successful bullpen session Saturday and is ready to begin a minor-league rehab assignment, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Vincent landed on the disabled list with a groin strain in late May and is now set to embark on the final stage of his rehab. The 31-year-old will likely need a couple rehab appearances and could rejoin the Mariners in Boston next weekend.
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