Nate Schierholtz RF WAS May 24 '78

Nate Schierholtz (toe) is expected to miss at least three to four weeks.

Schierholtz was placed on the disabled list Monday after fracturing his big right toe during his only at-bat in Sunday's game. It's a tough break for the 28-year-old, who will miss time he otherwise would have spent auditioning for a spot on the 2013 squad. Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has hinted that Laynce Nix could be worked into the mix in center field during his absence. Domonic Brown is expected to stay in right field.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS May 11 '78

Phillies acquired OF Nate Schierholtz, C Tommy Joseph and RHP Seth Rosin from the Giants for OF Hunter Pence and cash considerations.

Schierholtz is getting the change of scenery he asked for. The 28-year-old has only logged 197 plate appearances this season, but he should see semi-regular playing time in the Phillies' outfield the rest of the way. He has some pop and a strong arm, so he could turn into a useful piece of the Fightins. Schierholtz is making $1.3 million this season and remains under team control through 2014.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS May 11 '78

Nate Schierholtz told According to Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com that he has not formally requested a trade.

This refutes a report by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Schierholtz told the San Francisco Chronicle earlier this month that he would be open to a change of scenery that would give him the opportunity to play every day. While he has denied making a formal request, he didn't say whether his feelings have changed on the situation.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS May 02 '78

Nate Schierholtz hit a pair of solo home runs in Sunday's 12-inning loss to the Phillies.

Schierholtz took Joe Blanton deep in the first before tagging him again in the eighth. The bombs were just his fourth and fifth of the season. With only seven starts in the month of July, Schierholtz is a poor option in NL-only leagues.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS Feb 01 '78

Nate Schierholtz went 3-for-5 with a three-run homer and a triple Monday as the Giants beat the Mets 6-1 in the first game of a doubleheader.

Needing a double for the cycle, Schierholtz grounded out in the ninth. With three homers, Schierholtz is already a third of the way to his 2011 total. He's off to a terrific start for someone who lost his job in spring training.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS Jan 27 '78

Nate Schierholtz went 3-for-3 with an RBI and a walk against the Phillies on Tuesday.

Schierholtz found himself on the bench at the beginning of the season after a poor spring, but it's going to be hard to sit him now with the start he's off to (.360, 2 HR, 6 RBI in 25 AB). That's bad news for Brandon Belt fans.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS Jan 21 '78

Nate Schierholtz launched a pair of solo home runs in Wednesday's blowout loss to the Rockies.

Schierholtz tagged Jeremy Guthrie in the fourth before taking Tyler Chatwood deep in the seventh. The bombs were his first of the season, while it was just the second multi-homer game of his career. Tonight was Schierholtz's first start of the year, though many more could be on the way if manager Bruce Bochy continues to be impatient with Brandon Belt.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS Dec 30 '77

Nate Schierholtz is out of the lineup again Wednesday due to a right forearm strain.

Schierholtz suffered the injury about a week ago and hopes that a couple of days off will do him some good. The 27-year-old is hitting .258 (8-for-31) with a pair of doubles and four RBI and currently projects as the Giants' starting right fielder.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS Dec 29 '77

Nate Schierholtz was held out of action Tuesday because of a minor right forearm injury.

Giants skipper Bruce Bochy told reports that he expects Schierholtz to return to action on Wednesday. The 27-year-old outfielder is 8-for-31 this spring with one walk.

Nate Schierholtz RF WAS Oct 28 '77

The Giants and OF Nate Schierholtz avoided arbitration by agreeing on a one-year, $1.3 million contract.

He could earn an additional $150,000 with performance-based incentives. Schierholtz, who turns 27 next month, is arbitration-eligible for the first time this winter. He batted .278/.326/.430 with nine homers, 41 RBI, seven stolen bases and a .756 OPS over 362 plate appearances in 2011.