Gomez was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Monday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
He notched four hits and struck out five times in 15 plate appearances with the big club. Gomez has split time between three levels (MLB, Triple-A and Double-A) already this season, and should serve as a depth option at Triple-A for the foreseeable future.
Gomez was added to the 25-man roster on Tuesday.
Gomez was slashing .297/.317/.416 across 101 at-bats at Double-A in 2018. The 25-year-old made his major-league debut with San Francisco last season, and collected eight hits -- two for extra bases -- three runs and two RBI in 33 at-bats during his first taste of the majors. Gomez and Kelby Tomlinson figure to split time at the keystone while Joe Panik (thumb) and Alen Hanson (hamstring) are out. In a corresponding move, Austin Slater was sent to Triple-A.
Gomez was optioned to Double-A Richmond on Monday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Gomez appeared in 14 Cactus League games for the Giants this spring, going 7-for-27 (.259) with a home run along the way. After hitting .305/.330/.458 over 78 games at Double-A Richmond and playing in 22 games for San Francisco last season, Gomez figures to make his way up to Triple-A Sacramento during the upcoming campaign.
Gomez (knee) remains sidelined Sunday, Andrew Baggarly of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
He was expected to play in rehab games with High-A San Jose on Thursday and Friday, but has not yet done so. It remains to be seen when he will be activated from the disabled list. When he returns, he will likely resume a part-time role.
Gomez (knee) will play two games with High-A San Jose on Thursday and Friday before returning to the Giants on Saturday, Andrew Baggarly of the Bay Area News Group reports.
Gomez was placed on the 10-day DL last Saturday due to knee inflammation that had kept him out of the lineup for the previous couple games. He was able to hit the field and take grounders Tuesday, and barring any setbacks, should be able to rejoin the big-league club prior to Saturday's contest against the Phillies.
Gomez (knee) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Saturday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The utility infielder has been battling knee inflammation since earlier in the week, and after Gomez went through an on-field workout Saturday, the Giants have opted to put him on the DL to clear a spot for closer Mark Melancon.
Gomez is dealing with inflammation in his right knee but will be available to pinch hit during Wednesday's game against the Cubs, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Gomez was injured while running to first base on a ground ball during Tuesday's victory, and was subsequently held out of Wednesday's lineup. The third baseman should be considered day-to-day for the time being, but he will most likely remain as a contributor off the bench upon his return to full health.
Gomez (knee) is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Cubs, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Gomez appeared hobbled while running the bases in the first inning Tuesday, and the Giants quickly pulled him from the game. He was later diagnosed with right knee discomfort, but the injury is not considered serious, so a return following Thursday's team off day seems possible. Gomez will likely continue to play primarily off the bench with San Francisco.
Gomez exited Tuesday's game against the Cubs with an apparent injury, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Gomez grounded out to short in his at-bat in the first inning and appeared to tweak something while running to first base. He was replaced by Joe Panik between innings. The exact nature of his injury should become available after he undergoes testing.
Gomez made his first major-league start at second base Wednesday, going 1-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts in a 5-4 win over Cleveland.
The rookie had been deployed primarily as a pinch hitter since his call-up July 7, going 1-for-6 with a pair of RBI over that span. The Giants' infield is currently too crowded to afford the 24-year-old consistent playing time, but if the club opts to move Eduardo Nunez at the trade deadline, Gomez could be one of the main beneficiaries.
Gomez was called up from Double-A Richmond on Friday, Andrew Baggarly of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
On the strength of a .305/.330/.458 line with Richmond, Gomez has earned his first major-league opportunity, but it's uncertain how long he will be up. The 24-year-old may just provide extra infield depth through the end of the first half, with the Giants not needing to carry as many arms with the All-Star break looming.
The Giants are reportedly calling up Gomez to the majors, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The 24-year-old infielder slashed .305/.330/.458 with eight home runs in 78 games with Double-A Richmond. No official move has been announced, but Gomez was shipped off to San Francisco after going 2-for-5 with a double and a triple Thursday. He has played both second and third base this season, but he will likely serve as depth due to the Giants' crowded infield if and when he is officially called up.
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