Reliever David Hernandez wasn't out of work very long.
Just two days after being granted his release by the Giants, the veteran right-hander agreed to a deal with the Braves.
Atlanta announced the deal on Sunday.
The 31-year-old Hernandez was due a $100,000 retention bonus if he was still with the Giants on March 28. But the Giants informed him that he would not be making the Opening Day roster, so he asked to be released so he could pursue other opportunities.
In six games this spring, Hernandez allowed seven hits and three earned runs in 5.2 innings.
Braves have agreed to terms with RH reliever David Hernandez on a non-roster contract. He will be in camp tomorrow & will wear number 30.— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) March 26, 2017
Chris Heston's bid to make the Mariners' Opening Day rotation came up short.
The former Giants pitcher was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday morning, Seattle announced.
Traded by San Francisco to Seattle in December, Heston struggled in his first spring with the Mariners. The 28-year-old allowed 14 hits and nine earned runs in 11.2 innings over five appearances.
Heston, who was a major part of the Giants rotation in 2015, pitched in 38 games over three seasons in San Francisco. He compiled a 4.16 ERA and struck out 148 batters in 188 innings.
The highlight of Heston's time with the Giants came on June 9, 2015 when he no-hit the the Mets in New York. He struck out 11 and walked none, but hit three batters.
In addtion to Heston, the Mariners also re-assigned former Giants reliever Jean Machi and former A's pitcher Cody Martin.