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Over the Monster Jan 28, 2015

Pablo Sandoval hits half-court shot while sitting on his butt

The Panda has a unique way of shooting but you can't argue with results. Pablo Sandoval is the new Red Sox third baseman, but the Panda apparently has some game on the basketball court, too. Well, uh, sort of, assuming that you're allowed to roll around on your back before shooting on said court. #Repost @mikesandoval0807 with @repostapp.
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Nice shot by @kfp48 / El loco y sus maravillosas locuras ✌️ @kfp48 @redsox @mlb @mlbnetwork Pablo sandoval(@kfp48)張貼的影片 於 2015 年 1月 月 26 9:36上午 PST 張貼 Maybe Panda is just really great at...
The Republican Jan 27, 2015
Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval hoping to make a difference in Boston community

Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval hoping to make a difference in Boston community

Sandoval was instrumental in the San Francisco community and clubhouse.

Sandoval, Ramirez look forward to spring

MASHANTUCKET, Conn. -- As snow fell upon the Foxwoods Resort Casino on Saturday, where the Boston Red Sox held their Baseball Winter Weekend event, two of the team's newest acquisitions only had spring on their minds. Third baseman Pablo Sandoval and left fielder Hanley Ramirez haven’t often dealt with this type of weather. Ramirez, a native of the Dominican Republic, endured winter-like conditions in his time with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs as a Red Sox prospect, but that was nearly a decade ago.

Joe Kelly and Pablo Sandoval make predictions for 2015, 1-24-15

Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly and 3B Pablo Sandoval sat down with Mut and Bradford. Joe Kelly had a few interesting proclamations. First he said that 95% of pitchers use some sort of grip enhancer, and then he said he was going to win the Cy Young. Pablo leaned over and promised 10 HR's, explaining to Joe that the trick is to set the bar low.
The Republican Jan 20, 2015
Pablo Sandoval predicts Boston Red Sox will win American League East

Pablo Sandoval predicts Boston Red Sox will win American League East

Sandoval, who signed a five-year, $95 million contract with the Red Sox in November, left the San Francisco Giants and came to Boston hoping to win another title.
Fenway Nation Jan 20, 2015
Panda: I Left Some Dough In San Francisco

Panda: I Left Some Dough In San Francisco

(Photo: Greg M. Cooper, USA TODAY Sports)With apologies to Mr. Tony Bennett, we must report that, while Pablo Sandoval did not leave his heart in San Francisco, he did leave some cash on the table there. Appearing on MLB Network Radio today, The Panda stated, "I left more money out there. I didn't let the Giants make the final offer. I just wanted to get out and try new things, try a new challenge. I just want to be a part of a new challenge." More tantalizingly, when asked if the re-tooled Red Sox would win the AL East, Sandoval responded, "We will". The Panda is concise and to the point.

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