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Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday that Joe Panik (groin) won't be ready to return to the Giants lineup until Tuesday at the earliest.

Panik suffered a groin injury during the ninth inning of Friday's game and sat out the remainder of the weekend. It sounds as though he'll need at least one more day before he's ready to give it a go, but it doesn't appear as a trip to the disabled list will be necessary. The Giants will make a roster move on Monday to get an extra hitter in the mix with Panik and Angel Pagan both nursing minor injuries.
May 1 - 4:53 PM

Angel Pagan is listed as day-to-day after leaving Sunday's game against the Mets with a mild hamstring strain.

He's expected to miss at least the next 2-to-3 days. Pagan suffered the injury while trying to stretch a single into a double during the seventh inning of Sunday's contest. Look for Gregor Blanco to see additional playing time in his absence.
May 1 - 4:50 PM

Madison Bumgarner fired six shutout innings in Sunday's 6-1 win over the Mets.

Nice work by Bumgarner, who scattered six hits, struck out seven and walked three over the course of his time on the mound. While he has pitched inconsistently in places through his first six starts, Mad-Bum still holds a 3.03 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 45/13 K/BB ratio. If he can move that WHIP closer to his career mark of 1.12, it would almost certainly help to ease some of the ups and downs he has experienced thus far. A home start against the Rockies shows next on his schedule.
May 1 - 4:47 PM

Henderson Alvarez (shoulder) will make his next minor league rehab start on Thursday at Triple-A Nashville.

Alvarez spun four shutout innings at High-A Stockton on Saturday, allowing just one hit and a walk while striking out four. He's expected to be stretched out to around 75 pitches or five innings in that outing. After that, he may only need one more start before he's deemed ready to rejoin the A's rotation.
Source: CSN Bay Area
May 1 - 4:38 PM

Noah Syndergaard surrendered four runs on five hits over 5 2/3 innings in Sunday's loss to the Giants.

Syndergaard fanned six and walked two. It wasn't a poor outing by any stretch of the imagination, but a three-run fourth inning proved to be his downfall. He at least kept the pitch count respectable, exiting stage left after tossing 98 pitches. The 23-year-old right-hander holds a 2.51 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 44/6 K/BB ratio across 32 1/3 innings (five starts). Prior to Sunday's contest, Syndergaard had pitched at least six innings in every outing. He will attempt to reach that plateau once more in a road duel with the Padres next time he takes to the mound.
May 1 - 4:38 PM

Troy Tulowitzki went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Rays.

Edwin Encarnacion's RBI ground out in the eighth inning snapped a 1-1 tie, but it was Tulowitzki who truly salted the game away. His three-run homer off reliever Alex Colome later in the frame took the edge off what had been a tense pitcher's duel between Marcus Stroman and Jake Odorizzi. While Sunday's three-run dinger was nice, we are still waiting for Tulo to lock into any sort of a consistent groove. His .172/.291/.356 slugging percentage is troubling for obvious reasons, but he makes for a prime buy-low candidate if owners are beginning to grow skittish.
May 1 - 4:10 PM

Evan Longoria cracked a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Blue Jays.

Longoria's solo sixth-inning homer would be the only runs the Rays scored against a locked in Marcus Stroman. It was his fifth of the season and his second in as many days. The veteran third baseman also notched a single to finish 2-for-4. Through his first 99 at-bats, he is slashing .242/.272/.455. He should continue to serve as a solid, veteran fantasy option moving forward.
May 1 - 4:02 PM

Zack Cozart left Sunday's game against the Pirates with an apparent right knee injury.

Cozart reached on an error to start the top of the eighth inning but then was met by a trainer at second base. He appeared to point to his right knee and then walked off the field. It's the same knee that Cozart had ACL surgery on last season, so it's reasonable to have some concern. The Reds should have more on Cozart's status later Sunday.
May 1 - 3:56 PM
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