Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 20 Days

Colvin accepted his outright assignment Monday, Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports.

Colvin will likely head back to Triple-A Fresno rather than electing free agency and looking for work elsewhere. He could find himself back on the Giants' roster in September when they expand, but for now will work on improving at the plate, where he hit just .223/.268/.381 over 57 games with the big-league club this season.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 1 Month

Giants optioned OF Tyler Colvin to Triple-A Fresno.

It was reported that Colvin was given his release by the club, but it turns out the team just sent him down instead. Colvin is hitting .223/.268/.381 this season and could be recalled by the club in September.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 1 Month

Giants released OF Tyler Colvin.

Colvin hit a disappointing .223/.268/.381 with the Giants this season. With Brandon Belt's return imminent, the club decided to part ways with the 28-year-old. He'll likely catch on with another club as a bench bat or organizational depth.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 3 Months

Tyler Colvin went 2-for-3 with an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base in Sunday's loss to the Rockies.

Colvin scored the first run of the game and he added an RBI single in the sixth inning. The 28-year-old also stole his first base of the season. Colvin's playing time may be cut into when Brandon Belt returns in a few weeks, but he should continue to get a few starts per week until then.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 3 Months

Tyler Colvin went 2-for-3 with a triple and a walk against the Nationals on Thursday.

Colvin is known for his power, but he has just one homer in 71 at-bats for the Giants this season. Fortunately, he has contributed nine doubles and two triples, making him a somewhat useful piece as a part-time player with Brandon Belt out. He shouldn't have any fantasy value once Belt returns.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 4 Months

Tyler Colvin finished 2-for-4 with two doubles and a run scored in a 6-4 win against the Marlins on Thursday.

Colvin has blistered the ball in sporadic playing time since his Saturday promotion. He's 6-for-13 (.462) with three doubles, a triple, a homer, three RBI and three runs scored. Colvin is an extremely streaky hitter with direct access to playing time with Mike Morse having shifted to first to cover for Brandon Belt. If he keeps raking, he'll keep playing, and on that chance alone, NL-only owners might want to make a speculation add here. The name Tyler Colvin is radioactive to some fantasy owners, but keep in mind he has a .460 career MLB slugging percentage, has slugged .500 or more in over 350 at-bats twice, and is still only 28.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 4 Months

Tyler Colvin finished the two easy wheels short of the cycle Monday, going 2-for-3 with a triple and homer in a 4-2 win against the Braves.

A San Francisco legend is born. Colvin scored two runs and knocked in three. The veteran outfielder is a long-time fantasy bust, but NL-only owners might want to sniff around the streaky hitter with pop. With Mike Morse having shifted to first base to cover the disabled Brandon Belt, left field at-bats are there for the taking. Colvin will have to share those for now.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 4 Months

Giants purchased the contract of OF Tyler Colvin from Triple-A Fresno.

Colvin is in Los Angeles with the team and will be active for Saturday's game against the Dodgers. The 28-year-old outfielder was hitting .267/.315/.408 with two homers and 16 RBI through 35 games at Fresno. He'll provide additional depth while Brandon Belt is sidelined.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 5 Months

Giants optioned OF Tyler Colvin to Triple-A Fresno.

Colvin had a good chance to make the team as a reserve infielder/outfielder, but the 28-year-old batted just .212 in Cactus League play. He'll report to Triple-A and could find himself back in San Francisco later this year.

Tyler Colvin LF/CF SF 5 Months

Tyler Colvin went 2-for-4 with a solo home run as the Giants fell to the Angels 11-4 on Monday.

Colvin took Kevin Jepsen deep for a solo shot in the eighth inning, his second of the spring. Colvin is battling Juan Perez to be the club's fifth outfielder. CSN Bay Area's Andrew Baggarly suggests the club should choose Perez over Colvin for multiple reasons including Perez's comparatively good spring and defensive prowess, as well as Colvin's lingering back issues.