Giants announced the retirement of catcher Mike Matheny.
Giants GM Brain Sabean said that Mike Matheny's medical evaluation last week "did not go well. He was not cleared to play."
Mike Matheny (post-concussion syndrome) hasn't been examined recently, but the Giants remain pessimistic about his chances of contributing next season.
The Giants plan to re-evaluate catcher Mike Matheny's recovery from post-concussion syndrome in December.
Mike Matheny is still being bothered by post-concussion syndrome and his career is in jeopardy as a result.
Mike Matheny won't play again this season after making little progress in his recovery from a concussion over the last two months.
Giants transferred catcher Mike Matheny from the 15- to the 60-day disabled list.
According to Giants manager Felipe Alou, Mike Matheny (concussion) is 50-50 to come back this season.
Trainer Stan Conte said Friday that he expects Mike Matheny (concussion) to play again this season.
For the first time since suffering a concussion Mike Matheny was able to catch a pitcher in the bullpen.
Mike Matheny took batting practice on Sunday for the first time since suffering a concussion in early June.
Mike Matheny will begin light baseball exercises on Tuesday including throwing and hitting off a tee.
Mike Matheny was eligible to return from the disabled list Friday, but did not because he's still experiencing post-concussion symptoms.
Mike Matheny said he felt shaky following his first workout since suffering a concussion.