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San Jose Mercury News 24 mins ago
Giants notes: Pablo Sandoval is Bochy’s iron man on this compressed road trip, etc.

Giants notes: Pablo Sandoval is Bochy’s iron man on this compressed road trip, etc.

Buster Posey needed a rest as the Giants finish their road trip in Miami, but Pablo Sandoval refuses to take a seat.
San Francisco Chronicle 54 mins ago

Giants’ road finale: Posey out, Sandoval in

Giants’ road finale: MIAMI — For the last game of the six-game trip, manager Bruce Bochy considered resting third baseman Pablo Sandoval, who played the first five games including Sunday’s doubleheader in Washington. When he doesn’t play, he bounces up and down in the dugout making noise. Bochy is resting Buster Posey, saying the catcher’s legs could use a break, and Sandoval provides a presence in the middle of the lineup, though his numbers aren’t exactly outstanding. Bochy has said he likes Sandoval’s recent swings, aggressiveness at the plate and overall...
CSN Bay Area 18 hours ago

Red Sox GM, Pedroia offer different viewpoints of Sandoval's comments

It's been nearly a month since the Red Sox released Pablo Sandoval.On Monday, the current Giants infielder opened up about his rocky time in Boston.With
Fenway Nation Aug 15, 2017
Is Red Sox Prez Kennedy Sending Message To David Price?

Is Red Sox Prez Kennedy Sending Message To David Price?

Happier DaysRed Sox President Sam Kennedy appeared on WEEI's Kirk And Callahan program this morning. He was asked whether the cutting loose of Pablo Sandoval (and his huge contract) could be repeated in 18 months with a disgruntled David Price. You would expect a politically-correct and swift denial from a representative of the NOG (New Ownership Group), right? Wrong, Gulden's Mustard Breath! Here's what Kennedy actually said: "Maybe. We'll see." Say what? Not exactly a vote of confidence in the lefty—who can opt out of his huge contract after next season. Stay tuned, sports fans!
The Republican Aug 15, 2017
Will David Price be in Pablo Sandoval's situation in 18 months? 'We'll see,' says Red Sox president Sam Kennedy

Will David Price be in Pablo Sandoval's situation in 18 months? 'We'll see,' says Red Sox president Sam Kennedy

Boston Red Sox team president Sam Kennedy said "Maybe. We'll see," when asked if the team will be having conversations about David Price like they did with Pablo Sandoval in 18 months.
Over the Monster Aug 15, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Rafael Devers, Doug Fister, Matt Barnes

Daily Red Sox Links: Rafael Devers, Doug Fister, Matt Barnes

Plus Pablo Sandoval is back in the news. Rafael Devers is awesome. Here’s another piece explaining why. (Owen Pence; Boston Globe) Speaking of Devers, with him and Andrew Benintendi making big contributions, the Red Sox clearly didn’t give up on their future with trades over the last year or so. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) There are other options the Red Sox could turn to for the fifth rotation spot as they await the return of David Price. (Christopher Smith; MassLive) Matt Barnes has had trouble locating pitches on the road, which is something the Red Sox need him to fix. (Mark...
CSN Bay Area Aug 14, 2017

Pablo Sandoval tells all about disastrous time in Boston; Red Sox manager responds

About a month after being released by the Red Sox, Pablo Sandoval opened up about his time in Boston and why it didn't work out.

Giants update: Panik’s condition, Cain’s start, Sandoval’s swing, Stanton’s power

Panik’s condition, Cain’s start, Sandoval’s swing, Stanton’s power Panik was knocked down at the plate in the doubleheader nightcap in Washington as he tried to score. The ball thrown from the outfield plunked on the head right as Nationals catcher Matt Wieters simultaneously applied the tag. Considering Panik’s concussion issues in 2016, the Giants need to be careful and cautious. With Sunday’s doubleheader, the Giants need someone to make a spot start, and the choice is Cain over Albert Suarez, who threw 27 pitches Sunday. Pablo Sandoval was moved down in the lineup with...
San Jose Mercury News Aug 14, 2017
Giants notes: Bochy relying on Pablo Sandoval to bring energy — and right-handed production, too

Giants notes: Bochy relying on Pablo Sandoval to bring energy — and right-handed production, too

Pablo Sandoval gave up switch-hitting when he went 2 for 41 from the right side in Boston in 2015, but Bruce Bochy is giving him a chance to reestablish himself.
McCovey Chronicles Aug 14, 2017
Pablo Sandoval is happy to be back, but I’m not sure how to feel yet

Pablo Sandoval is happy to be back, but I’m not sure how to feel yet

How should we feel about Panda being back on the Giants? Let’s see if he can still play baseball, first. Pablo Sandoval is on the Giants. I guess I haven’t really taken the time to process this yet, even as I’ve written about it, talked about it, and discussed it with both real-life friends and online friends. I think I’m avoiding it because he makes me realize that like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives. What happened to the spry catcher of the future? Where did he go? Why is he back? Wasn’t it just 2008? And because I haven’t processed this, I...
Larry Brown Sports Aug 14, 2017

Pablo Sandoval admits he never should have left Giants

After two and a half disastrous years in Boston, Pablo Sandoval is back with the San Francisco Giants, and is looking back on the events that led him there. In an article written for the Players’ Tribune, an apologetic Sandoval offered another mea culpa to the Giants organization and their fans, while admitting he never...Read More
The Republican Aug 14, 2017
Pablo Sandoval on his time with the Red Sox: 'I just never felt comfortable in Boston'

Pablo Sandoval on his time with the Red Sox: 'I just never felt comfortable in Boston'

Boston, which signed Sandoval to a 5-year, $95 million deal prior to the 2015 season, released the third baseman last month. Sandoval returned to the Giants in late July, signing a minor league deal with the organization he spent the first seven years of his career with, and was called up August 5th.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 13, 2017
Sandoval’s first homer in Giants second act isn’t enough as Nationals earn doubleheader split

Sandoval’s first homer in Giants second act isn’t enough as Nationals earn doubleheader split

Pablo Sandoval hit his first homer as a Giant in almost three years, but Howie Kendrick's grand slam in the 11th inning helped the Nationals claim a doubleheader split in which both managers moved past Lou Piniella into a tie for 14th place on the all-time victory list.
The Republican Aug 13, 2017
Pablo Sandoval, back with San Francisco Giants, hits mammoth homer off Washington Nationals' Max Scherzer (video)

Pablo Sandoval, back with San Francisco Giants, hits mammoth homer off Washington Nationals' Max Scherzer (video)

Pablo Sandoval hits his first homer since joining the San Francisco Giants.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 8, 2017
Pablo Sandoval’s no-trade clause prevents him from being traded to … the Giants?

Pablo Sandoval’s no-trade clause prevents him from being traded to … the Giants?

Pablo Sandoval had a major change of heart when he rejoined the Giants, because he sure didn't want to come back here after signing his five-year, $95 million deal with the Red Sox after the 2014 season.

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