Giants manager Bruce Bochy believes that Hector Sanchez (shoulder) will be ready for Opening Day.
Hector Sanchez (shoulder) is expected to be ready for Opening Day.
Hector Sanchez (shoulder) has resumed throwing and taking swings from the left side.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy stated his concern on Tuesday over Hector Sanchez's (shoulder) availability for Opening Day.
The Giants have shut down Hector Sanchez (shoulder) until Tuesday, after which he could receive extra swings in minor league games.
Hector Sanchez will require an MRI on his right shoulder if it doesn't improve after a couple days of rest.
Hector Sanchez was scratched from the Giants' Cactus League lineup on Thursday due to a sore shoulder.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Friday that Hector Sanchez (calf) is "close" to returning.
Hector Sanchez has been out since Tuesday due to calf tightness.
Hector Sanchez (shoulder) is slated to make his Cactus League debut Saturday.
Hector Sanchez (shoulder) threw to bases with no issues on Monday afternoon in Giants camp.
Hector Sanchez is being slowed by a right shoulder injury that will keep him out of Cactus League games for the time being.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Hector Sanchez has "got some work to do on the conditioning side."
As Giants skipper Bruce Bochy had alluded to, Hector Sanchez will hit eighth and serve as the team's DH for Game 3 of the World Series on Saturday night in Detroit.