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Hampered by an injury-thinned roster, the Giants purchased the contracts of outfielder Mac Williamson and catcher Trevor Brown from Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday to provide depth for the remainder of the season.
The Giants know what kind of talent they have in second baseman Joe Panik. Given his age and the lingering nature of his back issues, the team may be left with no choice but to shut him down for the rest of 2015.
|September 16, 2015||San Francisco Giants placed 2B Joe Panik on the 60-day disabled list. Back.|
|September 7, 2015||San Francisco Giants activated 2B Joe Panik from the 15-day disabled list.|
|September 3, 2015||San Francisco Giants sent 2B Joe Panik on a rehab assignment to Sacramento River Cats.|
|August 3, 2015||San Francisco Giants placed 2B Joe Panik on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 2, 2015. Lower back inflammation|
|June 21, 2014||San Francisco Giants selected the contract of 2B Joe Panik from Fresno Grizzlies.|
|June 21, 2014||San Francisco Giants activated 2B Joe Panik.|
|March 31, 2014||2B Joe Panik assigned to Fresno Grizzlies from Richmond Flying Squirrels.|
|January 13, 2014||San Francisco Giants invited non-roster 2B Joe Panik to spring training.|
|July 9, 2013||2B Joe Panik assigned to EAS Western Division All-Stars.|
|April 2, 2013||2B Joe Panik assigned to Richmond Flying Squirrels from San Jose Giants.|
|February 1, 2013||San Francisco Giants invited non-roster SS Joe Panik to spring training.|
|April 2, 2012||Joe Panik assigned to San Jose Giants from Salem-Keizer Volcanoes.|
|January 18, 2012||San Francisco Giants invited non-roster SS Joe Panik to spring training.|
|June 17, 2011||Joe Panik assigned to Salem-Keizer Volcanoes from San Francisco Giants.|
|June 11, 2011||San Francisco Giants signed SS Joe Panik.|
Attended St. John's University and in his three seasons there batted .371 (233-for-628) with 48 doubles, 24 home runs, 156 RBI and 33 stolen bases in 166 games...Batted .402 (86-for-214) with 59 runs, 19 doubles, three triples, nine home runss, 56 RBI and 21 stolen bases in 2011...Named a third team All-American, first team All-BIG EAST selection, Golden Spikes Award Semifinalist and third team Academic All-American his junior season...Is a two-time All-BIG EAST selection and Freshman All- American...Ended his St. John's career by ranking second on the all-time leaderboard with a .370 career avg., sixth in hits (237), third in RBI (157), fourth in doubles (48) and fifth in home runs (25)...Engaged to Brittany Pinto.2014
Rookie second baseman made his Major League debut in mid-June and established himself as one of the top NL rookies in 2014, hitting .305 (82-for-269) with 10 doubles, two triples, a home run and 18 RBI in 73 games...Led all NL rookies in batting average and on-base pct. (.343) while tying for fourth in multi-hit games (25) and placing sixth in hits...Was one of eight Giants to play second base, joining Brandon Hicks (59 starts), Ehire Adrianza (15), Joaquin Arias (10), Matt Duffy (5), Dan Uggla (4), Marco Scutaro (3) and Tony Abreu (0)...started 66 games at second, which were the most starts at second by a Giants rookie in a single season since Robby Thompson started 145 games in 1986...Went 31-for-83 (.373) versus left-handed pitchers...since the team moved to San Francisco in 1958, only two Giants rookie left-handed batters hit at least .300 against southpaws in at least 50 at-bats: Willie McCovey in 1959 (.340) and Will Clark in 1986 (.308) (Elias)...Hit .317 (46-for-145) in 39 road games, the eighth-highest avg. among Giants rookies with at least 100 PAs on the road since 1958...Had his contract purchased from triple-A Fresno and was added to the Major League roster on June 21 while the Giants played the D-Backs in Arizona...hit .321 (94-for-293) with 50 runs, 14 doubles, five home runs and 45 RBI in 74 games with triple-A Fresno...SF was hesitant to make a move and wanted Panik to continue his growth at triple-A, but the trio of big league second basemen on SF's roster (Adrianza, Arias, Hicks) struggled for over a month, combining to hit .179 (40-for- 223) with 21 RBI from May 1-June 21...Beginning Aug. 4, hit .345 (67-for-194) for the fifth-highest clip in the bigs behind LAD's Carl Crawford (.403), DET's Victor Martinez (.362), teammate Buster Posey (.354) and PIT's Starling Marte (.354).2013
Spent the entire season with double-A Richmond, batting .257 (134-for-522) in 137 games...Finished second in the Eastern League in games played (137) and led the Squirrels in plate appearances (522)...Served as the Squirrels everyday 2nd baseman and #2 hitter in the lineup…he made 117 appearances at 2nd base and 128 starts batting second in the order...Topped EL second basemen with a .987 fielding percentage, committing just seven errors in 545 total chances...Named as a replacement to the Eastern League Midseason All-Star Team, appearing in the Eastern League All-Star Game in New Britain, CT...Got off to a hot start, enjoying his finest month of the season, batting .320 (31-for-97) in April...Entered the season rated as the #2 prospect in the Giants' organization by Baseball America...Enters the 2014 campaign rated as the 9th-best prospect in San Francisco's chain by Baseball America.2012
Spent the 2012 season with Class A Advanced San Jose, hitting .297 (159-for-535) in 130 games...Was named San Jose's Defensive Player of the Year, as he led all California League shortstops with a .972 fielding pct...Ranked third in the California League with 159 hits and fifth with 93 runs scored...Was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training and entered the campaign rated as the 4th-best prospect in the Giants' system by Baseball America.2011 Less than 3 months after signing contract with Giants' organization following his selection in 1st round of MLB Draft, Panik made his presence felt in professional baseball as he was named Northwest League Most Valuable Player ... One of just 2 unanimous All-League selections, Panik batted .341 (92-for-270) with 49 runs scored, 10 2Bs, 3 3Bs, 6 HRs, 54 RBI and 13 stolen bases in 69 games in his 1st professional season ... Led league in batting average, hits, runs scored, RBI and on-base pct. (.401) ... Led all shortstops with .964 fielding pct ... Named to Northwest League postseason All-Star team ... Named NWL Player of Week for Aug. 8-15 ... Following season played in Arizona Fall League and hit .323 (30-for-93) with 2 HRs and 13 RBI ... Was named AFL Rising Star and was selected to AFL All- Prospect Team ... Was selected to Topps Short-Season/Rookie All-Star team.