|Aug. 18 4:38 PM PT5:38 PM MT6:38 PM CT7:38 PM ET19:38 ET23:38 GMT7:38 4:38 PM MST6:38 PM EST7:08 PM VEN3:38 UAE (+1)6:38 PM CT-Pence has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique.
Analysis: The move was expected, though the stain is considered to be mild.
|July 18 5:46 PM PT6:46 PM MT7:46 PM CT8:46 PM ET20:46 ET0:46 GMT8:46 5:46 PM MST7:46 PM EST8:16 PM VEN4:46 UAE (+1)7:46 PM CT-Pence went 3 for 6 with a home run and a double in Friday's 6-5 win at Arizona.
Analysis: Pence is 9 for 27 (.333) with two homers and nine RBIs in six games off the DL.
|July 7 6:06 PM PT7:06 PM MT8:06 PM CT9:06 PM ET21:06 ET1:06 GMT9:06 6:06 PM MST8:06 PM EST8:36 PM VEN5:06 UAE (+1)8:06 PM CT-The San Francisco Giants activated Pence from the disabled list Tuesday and immediately inserted him into the starting lineup against the New York Mets.
Analysis: Pence had been sidelined more than a month with tendinitis in his left wrist. Pence also missed the first 36 games of the season after getting hit by a pitch that fractured his left forearm in spring training. Giants manager Bruce Bochy penciled Pence in to bat fourth in the lineup nearly four hours before first pitch against the Mets but the team waited to make the move official until after Pence took batting practice.
|June 9 8:07 PM PT9:07 PM MT10:07 PM CT11:07 PM ET23:07 ET3:07 GMT11:07 8:07 PM MST10:07 PM EST10:37 PM VEN7:07 UAE (+1)10:07 PM CT-Pence has been placed on the 15-day disabled list as expected because of a sore left wrist.
Analysis: He hasn't played since injuring the wrist June 2 on a diving catch at AT&T Park against Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen, so Friday's roster move is retroactive to June 3. Pence already had begun the season on the DL because of a fractured left forearm he injured during spring training then returned May 16 to play 18 games.
|June 3 10:10 AM PT11:10 AM MT12:10 PM CT1:10 PM ET13:10 ET17:10 GMT1:10 10:10 AM MST12:10 PM EST12:40 PM VEN21:10 UAE12:10 PM CT-Pence was 3 for 5 and scored his 13th run Tuesday against the Pirates.
Analysis: Pence is batting .282 in 18 games.
|May 26 2:58 PM PT3:58 PM MT4:58 PM CT5:58 PM ET17:58 ET21:58 GMT5:58 2:58 PM MST4:58 PM EST5:28 PM VEN1:58 UAE (+1)4:58 PM CT-Pence was 3 for 4 with a double and drove in two runs Monday at Milwaukee.
Analysis: Pence is 13 for 38 with nine RBIs and nine runs over his last 10 games.
|Mar. 5 5:00 PM PT6:00 PM MT7:00 PM CT8:00 PM ET20:00 ET1:00 GMT9:00 6:00 PM MST8:00 PM EST8:30 PM VEN5:00 UAE (+1)7:00 PM CT-The Giants have activated Pence off the disabled list, giving the defending World Series champions a big boost to their struggling offense.
Analysis: Pence was hit by a pitch during spring training and broke the left forearm just above the wrist. He felt good during a one-week rehab assignment in the minors, prompting the Giants to fly him in for the rest of their series against the Cincinnati Reds.
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