SAN FRANCISCO — Giants left fielder Jarrett Parker sustained a broken right clavicle during the fourth inning of Saturday’s game against the Colorado Rockies.
Parker was in obvious agony after crashing into the outfield wall to make a terrific running catch and immediately left the field.
“He hit the wall so hard and he hit it at an angle,” manager Bruce Bochy said. “Something had to give — and that was his clavicle.”
The Giants say there is no timetable for Parker’s return.
Parker drew a cheer for hauling in the long drive hit by D.J. LeMahieu but there were immediate signs of trouble. The left fielder sprinted back toward the infield before falling to his knees in pain. After staying down for a few minutes, he was escorted from the field by trainer Dave Groeschner.
Parker, who entered the day batting .150, was replaced in the fifth inning by Aaron Hill.