Giants release veterans Blevins and Guyer

Even though the baseball season is still under a cancellation during the coronavirus pandemic, the Giants cleaned up shop today. The club announced they released veteran reliever Jerry Blevins and outfielder Brandon Guyer.

Blevins came to San Francisco on a minor league signing in the middle of January and made 6 appearances in Spring Training. He coughed up 9 earned runs off 10 hits in 3.2 innings of work with 3 strikeouts and 2 walks allowed which made him have a 22.09 ERA.

Guyer signed with the Giants towards the end of February on a minor league deal. He missed all last season with injuries while in the Chicago White Sox organization. The 34-year-old Pennsylvanian played in 5 games for the Giants this Spring and was 1-9 at the plate with a double, 2 strikeouts, 1 walk and of course a hit by pitch.

San Francisco also released 15 other players today including RHP Jamie Callahan, RHP Israel Cruz, RHP Dylan Davis, RHP Logan Harasta, RHP Trevor Horn, RHP Andy Rohloff, RHP Ben Strahm, LHP Deiyerbert Bolivar, C Chris Corbett, 2B Kyle McPherson, OF Gio Brusa, OF Mikey Edie, OF Jose Layer and OF Randy Norris.

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