TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays continued their radical roster makeover Tuesday, sending veteran outfielder Kevin Pillar to the San Francisco Giants for three players.

The 30-year-old Pillar, a California native who is the longest-tenured Blue Jay, has been in the Toronto organization since being drafted in the 32nd round in 2011. He has played 695 games for the Jays, hitting .260 with 55 home runs and 231 runs batted in.

In return, the Jays acquired right-handed reliever Derek Law, utility infielder Alen Hanson and right-handed pitching prospect Juan De Paula.

Pillar did not start Monday's game against Baltimore but delivered a pinch-hit sacrifice fly in a ninth-inning Toronto rally that fell just short. The Blue Jays lost 6-5.

Known for his fielding prowess, Pillar was known as Superman for his ability to climb high to get balls in the outfield. He is a three-time Gold Glove Award finalist (2015, 2016, 2017) and earned the 2015 Wilson Defensive Player of the Year for centre field.

He joins Russell Martin, Marco Estrada, Troy Tulowitzki, Kendrys Morales, Josh Donaldson, Steve Pearce, J.A. Happ and Yangervis Solarte, all of whom have been moved in a Toronto teardown that started last season.

De Paula, 21, is a minor leaguer ranked 19th among Giants' prospects by MLB Pipeline.

He started last season with the Class-A Staten Island Yankees before being acquired by the Giants in the Andrew McCutchen trade. He was then assigned to the Class-A Augusta GreenJackets.

The six-foot-three, 165-pounder had a 1.72 ERA with 55 strikeouts and 27 walks over 52.1 innings of work last year. A native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, De Paula has a career 13-14 record and 2.47 ERA in 48 minor league games.

The 26-year-old Hanson hit .252 with 17 doubles, five triples, and eight home runs across 110 games for the Giants last season The six-foot 170-pound switch-hitting infielder has a career .238 batting average, with 27 doubles, eight triples, 12 home runs, and 51 RBIs over 243 games.

The 28-year-old Law had a 7.43 ERA across 13.1 innings with 12 strikeouts and eight walks for the Giants in 2018. Over the last three seasons with San Francisco, the six-foot-three, 215-pounder has a 9-3 record with a 3.83 ERA and 97 strikeouts in 105.2 innings.

Last season, Pillar hit .252 with 40 doubles, 15 home runs, and 18 walks over 142 games in 2018.

"This one hurts," tweeted Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman. "Been my locker-mate since 2014. Going to be crazy not having you there. Love you bro. Hope this move brings you joy and happiness for you and your family!"