The moment that the San Francisco Giants live has been reflected in the last movement they made on Tuesday.
Appointing Joe Panik for assignment has been something that many of us fell very badly and especially because of the weight that the second baseman had in the organization of the bay.
Faced with this decision and with the media on top, Bruce Bochy had no choice but to speak and explain what went through his head at that precise moment.
"It's one of the most difficult conversations I've had in my career."
Bochy who retires at the end of the 2019 campaign, did not hide the annoyance of having fired one of his best elements of the last World Series that the Giants won, however, he understands that baseball is like that.
Panik, 28, was not going through his best time at the plate. He currently averages .235 with 3 home runs and 27 RBIs in 103 games.