Report: Giants bring back DeSclafani, Wood on multi-year deals
The club announced a three-year contract reportedly worth $36 million with DeSclafani on Monday.
Meanwhile, Wood is headed back to the Bay on a two-year deal worth more than $10 million per season, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN.
DeSclafani spent the 2021 campaign with the Giants, authoring a 3.17 ERA and 3.62 FIP over 167 2/3 innings while making 31 starts.
The 31-year-old had spent the previous five seasons in the Cincinnati Reds' rotation, posting a 4.19 ERA and 4.27 FIP in 110 starts and a pair of relief appearances. Last winter, the Giants signed him to a one-year, $6-million deal after he was granted free agency by Cincinnati.
The 30-year-old Wood owned a 3.83 ERA and 3.48 FIP over 26 starts (138 2/3 innings) in his first campaign with the Giants last year. The former All-Star has played nine seasons in the majors, making appearances for the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Reds.
Coming off a historic 107-win campaign, the Giants are attempting to maintain a starting staff built around breakout righty Logan Webb. The club is also reportedly making a push for veteran right-hander Alex Cobb.
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