PITTSBURGH — Third baseman Jae-Gyun Hwang said his cellphones were “on fire” after he homered in his major-league debut Wednesday.The Giants’ decision to have Eduardo Nuñez play two rehab games for Double-A Richmond, Va., this weekend before coming off the disabled list in Detroit on Tuesday put Hwang back in the lineup for Friday night’s series opener against the Pirates.Kang was denied a U.S. visa before this season after he was convicted in Korea for a hit-and-run drunken-driving accident.A judge sentenced Kang to a two-year suspended prison sentence after his third DUI.Kang, who hit 36 homers for the Pirates in 2015 and 2016, has publicly admitted his guilt and asked forgiveness.“One of the first things that came to mind when I found out we were going to Pittsburgh was it would have been a much more fun game if he were here,” Hwang said through interpreter Mark Kim.Kang did not leave a message on Hwang’s phone.Hwang and Ryu had already spoken about a potential meeting when the Giants are in Los Angeles on July 28, Hwang’s 30th birthday.The new Giant joked that if he faces Ryu on his birthday he expects a grooved fastball as a present.Nuñez took early batting practice and ran the bases Friday afternoon at PNC Park.Manager Bruce Bochy declared him healthy but said, We would hate to activate him and something happens.The Giants may have ulterior motives for putting a healthy Nuñez on the field.Henry Schulman is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.The Giants hit Pittsburgh at the right time.
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