The San Francisco Giants signed rookie left-handed pitcher Joe Palumbo and the also rookie Mexican outfielder Luis González to Minor League contracts. Both players were minor league free agents and therefore eligible to be signed during the lockout.
Both González and Palumbo returned for what technically it is his second stint with the Giants, as San Francisco claimed both from waivers in 2021 (Gonzalez from the White Sox in August, Palumbo from the Rangers in November) before releasing the duo on Nov. 30 ahead of the no-bid deadline:
There was speculation at the time that the Giants would look to re-sign both to new contracts after the deadline, and now both Gonzalez and Palumbo are back and off the 40-man roster.
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Luis Fernando González is 26 years old and is 1.85 meters tall with a weight of 83 kilos. He has two years of experience in MLB with the Chicago White Sox; Palumbo is 27 years old and measures 1.80 meters. He has also pitched in two GL seasons with the Texas Rangers.
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MLB: Giants re-sign Mexican outfielder and left-handed pitcher, despite not playing with them in 2021