Joe Panik's six-year run with the Giants came to an end Tuesday when San Francisco designated the second baseman for assignment.
The Giants selected Panik in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft. He made his debut in 2014 and instantly was an impact player in San Francisco.
Panik and shortstop Brandon Crawford formed one of the best double-play combinations in years. The "Crawnik" era has come to an end, but it never will be forgotten.
In his six seasons with the Giants, Crawford was named an All-Star, won a Gold Glove and a World Series. He ends his career in San Francisco with a .271 batting average and 36 home runs.
Let's look back at some of the best memories of Panik's career with the Giants.