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Boston Herald Mar 30, 2015
Papi opines on pumped-up lineup

Papi opines on pumped-up lineup

FORT MYERS — Five days after last season ended, the call went out.“We need some thunder,” David Ortiz said.Sure enough, on Nov. 25, the Red Sox finalized a five-year, $95 million contract with third baseman Pablo Sandoval.Crack.Then, later that day, they announced a four-year, $88 million contract for Hanley Ramirez, the best available slugger on the free agent market who was willing to move to left field from his natural shortstop.Boom.Enough thunder, Papi?
Boston Herald Mar 29, 2015
Pablo Sandoval finds inner peace

Pablo Sandoval finds inner peace

FORT MYERS — Before you join Pablo Sandoval in his happy place — which is anywhere on or near a baseball field, perhaps giving advice to eager admirers, cracking jokes with veterans and coaches, signing autographs, taking pictures or, his personal favorite, smacking home runs — take a peek into his past to better understand it.
Over the Monster Mar 26, 2015

Red Sox vs. Twins lineup: David Ortiz, Mike Napoli return

The Red Sox' injury concerns are (mostly) clearing up, as David Ortiz and Mike Napoli make their return to the lineup Thursday afternoon. David Ortiz and Mike Napoli are both back in action with better than a week to spare, batting third and sixth respectively as the Red Sox take on the Twins in JetBlue Park. Mookie Betts, CF Dustin Pedroia, 2B David Ortiz, DH Hanley Ramirez, LF Pablo Sandoval, 3B Mike Napoli, 1B Shane Victorino, RF Xander Bogaerts, SS Humberto Quintero, C Starting Pitcher -- Wade Miley The Red Sox had been pretty clear that the injuries Napoli and Ortiz were dealing...
Over the Monster Mar 25, 2015

Do the Red Sox even want to trade Allen Craig?

He has no place on Boston's roster, and the Red Sox have had suitors. So why is Allen Craig still in Boston? Back in the first days of the offseason, there were two moves that seemed like safe bets for the Red Sox to make: 1) Sign Pablo Sandoval -- The only way they could have been more obvious with their interest was if they'd renamed Fenway "Pandaville" 2) Trade Allen Craig -- Because it just made sense Even back before the signing of Hanley Ramirez and the Yoenis Cespedes trade, it was clear there was not room for Allen Craig on this Red Sox roster. He hits right handed while the Red Sox...

Matt Harvey blanks Red Sox over four innings

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Matt Harvey successfully is emerging from Tommy John surgery as fellow rotation member Zack Wheeler heads for the same procedure. Hours after the New York Mets announced Wheeler has a fully torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and will require ligament-replacement surgery, Harvey made his third Grapefruit League start since his return on Monday. He surrendered doubles to Pablo Sandoval and Mookie Betts but kept what was largely the Opening Day lineup of the Boston Red Sox off the scoreboard, tossing four scoreless innings before departing with his pitch...
Boston Herald Mar 15, 2015
Borges: There’s no ‘I’ in Pablo Sandoval

Borges: There’s no ‘I’ in Pablo Sandoval

FORT MYERS — Pablo Sandoval moved around the room recently like a masterful maitre d’, talking softly to one veteran at his locker, laughing loudly with another, joking with young catching prospect Blake Swihart for a few minutes and then chatting in Spanish with a coterie of Latin players. He is a one-man Welcome Wagon in the Red Sox clubhouse.

Takeaways: Papi, Pablo go deep vs. Pirates

BRADENTON, Fla. -- Takeaways from McKechnie Field, where the Red Sox won their seventh straight game, 5-1, over the Pittsburgh Pirates, David Ortiz and Pablo Sandoval hit their first spring home runs, and Hanley Ramirez got the chance to catch a couple of fly balls in left field. • Ortiz and Sandoval both connected in the third inning off Pirates right-hander Ryan Beckman, a minor-league reliever who gave up two home runs in 55 innings in Double-A last season, but gave up two in the span of three batters Thursday.
Full Count | WEEI Mar 12, 2015

Observations from McKechnie Field: David Ortiz, Pablo Sandoval home run race; Importance of Alexi Ogando

BRADENTON, Fla. — History was made Thursday. No, it wasn’t David Ortiz hitting a home run. With his solo shot in the Red Sox‘ seventh straight spring training win — a 5-1 victory over the Pirates — the DH now has 15 official Grapefruit League homers. And while Pablo Sandoval’s blast two batters later was […]
McCovey Chronicles Mar 11, 2015

Aubrey Huff has some things to say about Pablo Sandoval

Well this is fun Aubrey Huff read Pablo's comments about leaving the Giants, and he wasn't exactly surprised: Now, with the caveat that I am not friends with Aubrey Huff on Facebook and therefore it is entirely possible I have been taken in by an elaborate ruse designed to trick Giants fans into thinking that an ex-Giant who doesn't like the Giants is disliked by another ex-Giant, daaaaaaaaannnnnggggggggg. One thing that lends credence to this being real is that Huff has criticized Pablo on Twitter lately, so it makes sense he'd do the same on Facebook: http://t.co/8XD88lZzgu why is...
McCovey Chronicles Mar 10, 2015

Projecting Casey McGhee's 2015 season

The Soquel native is back in the United States after a year in Florida. Jose Castillo started 90 games for the 2008 Giants. He was the gap between Pedro Feliz and Pablo Sandoval, and he was completely boring. He hit dingers occasionally, but not enough. He wasn't good defensively, but he wasn't awful. He didn't hit for average, but he never threatened the Mendoza Line. He's referenced a lot around here as shorthand for "the era after Barry Bonds and before the Giants started winning a bunch of World Series," but he wasn't a villain. He was just an uninspired choice to play third...
Full Count | WEEI Mar 10, 2015

Pablo Sandoval doesn’t back down from negative comments about Giants

Pablo Sandoval isn’t backing down from comments suggesting he doesn’t miss San Francisco. Sandoval met reporters in Fort Myers on Tuesday morning and made no apologies for an interview with Bleacher Report’s Scott Miller, in which he blasted the Giants for treating him poorly in contract negotiations and added that he only misses manager Bruce […]

Sandoval lets actions do the talking

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Third baseman Pablo Sandoval made news when he told Bleacher Report’s Scott Miller that the San Francisco Giants didn’t seem interested in keeping him. “If you want me around, you make the effort to push and get me back,” Sandoval was quoted as saying. He was asked about it again Tuesday morning. “Nothing to say,” Sandoval said. “I’m happy to be in Boston.” That was a point he emphasized.
The Republican Mar 10, 2015

Pablo Sandoval critical of San Francisco Giants, happy to be with Boston Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval is happy to leave his time in San Francisco behind him as he begins a new chapter with the Boston Red Sox.
Over the Monster Mar 10, 2015

Red Sox vs. Rays lineup: Shane Victorino back in action

Shane Victorino's short injury break comes to an end Tuesday as the Red Sox take on the Rays. Shane Victorino is back in action Tuesday afternoon after a brief break to deal with "general soreness," batting first against the Rays. Shane Victorino, RF Dustin Pedroia, 2B David Ortiz, DH Hanley Ramirez, LF Pablo Sandoval, 3B Mike Napoli, 1B Xander Bogaerts, SS Jackie Bradley Jr., CF Ryan Hanigan, C Starting Pitcher -- Justin Masterson With Mookie Betts having made a few road starts, he'll have the day off at home today, with Jackie Bradley Jr. taking over in center. His absence will also...

Giants say they didn’t disrespect Pablo Sandoval

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Pablo Sandoval is not forgotten in the Giants clubhouse, but he isn’t exactly at the forefront of their thoughts this spring. A few parting shots on the Internet didn’t change anything. There was very little Giants reaction… Continue Reading → 

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