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Giants outright Jason Krizan, lose Cory Abbott on waivers

The San Francisco Giants have a lot of spaces to clear on the 40-man roster, with Brandon Belt, Mike Yastrzemski, Dominic Leone, and Zack Littell all needing to be added back to the roster soon after positive COVID tests. And so they made a few moves to clear spots. Infielder...
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Giants' Jason Krizan: Outrighted off 40-man roster

The Giants outrighted Krizan to Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday after he cleared waivers, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Krizan was initially optioned to Sacramento on Monday after the Giants needed to reduce their active roster from 28 to 26 men, but he'll now lose his spot on the 40-man roster. The transaction will make it tougher for Krizan to make his way back to the big leagues, after he received his first promotion to the majors last week following an 11-year, 1,132-game stint in the minors to begin his professional career.
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Giants Outfielder Jason Krizan Gets 1st MLB Hit After 11 Years In Minors

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — San Francisco Giants outfielder Jason Krizan has over 1,100 career hits in the minor leagues. None of them were as special as the one he had Sunday against the Washington Nationals at Oracle Park. “It’s been such a special moment for me,” Krizan said after the game. He ripped a solid single to right field in his 7th at bat with the Giants. It capped off a weekend the Krizan family will never forget. His wife Kristen told KPIX 5, “This whole thing – I’m, like, pinch me. Is this really happening?” After 11 seasons and 1,132 games in...
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Giants option Jason Krizan and Yunior Marte

The San Francisco Giants had to trim their active roster from 28 players to 26 by today, and they did so by optioning a pair of players who made their MLB debuts this season: infielder Jason Krizan and right-handed relief pitcher Yunior Marte. Both players provided value when the Giants...
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Jason Krizan makes debut to remember in Giants 14-4 loss to forget

Three-thousand and ninety-seven days, 1,132 minor league games, and 4,577 plate appearances after getting drafted, Jason Krizan is a big leaguer. At least for a night, there’s no need to worry about endless bus rides and desolate hotels. Krizan, who was drafted by the Tigers in 2011, made his...
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Giants' Jason Krizan: Sent to Sacramento

Krizan was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Krizan drew three consecutive starts after his contract was selected by the Giants on Friday, but he went just 1-for-8. The 32-year-old will head back to the minors since San Francisco needs to trim its active roster to 26 players by Monday.