On his first full day or retirement, Hunter Pence got as close to his former Giants teammates as he could.
Pence was on a boat in McCovey Cove with the Ocean Conservancy, and before the top of the fourth inning, he held up a "Let's Go Giants" sign and waved to the cameras.
Later on, Pence obliged fans who tossed him baseballs to sign.
Pence recently joined the Ocean Conservancy, an organization dedicated to protecting the ocean from global challenges. He was out there with members on Sunday, along with his wife, Alexis.
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Pence announced his retirement Saturday, a few weeks after he was designated for assignment by the Giants. He has stayed in the city this summer and said in a goodbye video that he's looking forward to being a Giants fan.
The Giants could have used one last rousing speech before a must-win Game 60, but Pence, because of COVID-19 regulations, no longer is allowed in the ballpark. He still found a way to bring some positive vibes, though.