Report: Giants scouting Phillies’ Jeanmar Gomez and David Hernandez

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ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick reported on Wednesday that the Giants are “blanketing” the reliever market. He adds that the club has a scout in Philadelphia, looking at relievers Jeanmar Gomez and David Hernandez.

Gomez, 28, has done a great job as the Phillies’ closer. He has 25 saves in 28 opportunities with a 2.82 ERA and a 29/11 K/BB ratio in 44 2/3 innings. The Giants’ scout, however, likely saw Gomez blow a 2-0 lead on Monday night. The right-hander is earning $1.4 million this season and will be eligible for arbitration for the third and final time after the season.

Hernandez, 31, has been inconsistent, posting a 4.43 ERA with a 56/20 K/BB ratio in 44 2/3 innings. He’s earning $3.9 million and will be eligible for free agency after the season.

Crasnick adds that the Giants are also scouting the Brewers’ Will Smith and Jeremy Jeffress, and are lingering on the Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman and Andrew Miller.