According to Jeff Fletcher of AOL Fanhouse, Rich Aurilia will retire if he does not have a job by the end of spring training.
Rich Aurilia hopes to play with the Mets or Yankees this season, reports Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News.
Giants activated first baseman Rich Aurilia from the 15-day disabled list.
Rich Aurilia (ankle) is ready to return, but won't be activated from the disabled list until rosters expand on September 1.
Giants placed first baseman Rich Aurilia on the 15-day disabled list with left ankle tendinitis.
The San Francisco Chronicle speculates that Rich Aurilia was informed after Monday's game that he's being released.
Giants placed first baseman Rich Aurilia on the 15-day disabled list with an infection in his right big toe.
Giants activated first baseman Rich Aurilia from the bereavement list.
Rich Aurilia (personal) may not return to the lineup until Sunday.
Giants placed first baseman Rich Aurilia on the bereavement list.
Rich Aurilia will go on the bereavement list early next week to attend memorial services for his father, who passed away Thursday.
Rich Aurilia hit a go-ahead solo homer in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Giants beat the Cardinals 5-3 on Sunday.
While his teammates combined for 12 hits and eight runs, Rich Aurilia went 0-for-5 on Thursday.