11:04 PM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014

Fantasy Update

23 hours ago
Rotoworld
Pablo Sandoval went 2-for-5 with an RBI double and RBI single in Tuesday's victory over the Royals.
Oct 16, 2014
KFFL
San Francisco Giants 3B Pablo Sandoval has reached base in 22 straight postseason games dating ...
San Jose Mercury News 21 hours ago
San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval again a Game 1 standout

San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval again a Game 1 standout

It wasn't a three-hit game, but Pablo Sandoval gets the Giants off to a good World Series start with two RBI hits.
Rotoworld 23 hours ago

Pablo Sandoval drives in a pair in Game 1 win - Pablo Sandoval (3B) San Francisco Giants

Pablo Sandoval went 2-for-5 with an RBI double and RBI single in Tuesday's victory over the Royals.

Game 1: Giants lead 7-0; Bumgarner’s epic scoreless streak

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at Kauffman Stadium Greetings again from KC, where the Giants added on two more runs in the fourth inning, chasing James Shields and calling into question Shields’ anticipated Game 5 start. After Michael Morse’s RBI single off Shields, Danny Duffy took over and he issued two walks, one with the bases loaded. The Giants just scored twice off Duffy in the seventh, with Joe Panik sneaking an RBI triple past Nori Aoki (who misplayed the ball) and Pablo Sandoval greeting reliever Tim Collins with a base hit to left with the infield in, sending in...

Panda’s double, Pence’s HR give Giants 3-0 lead in Game 1

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at Kauffman Stadium It’s a sea of blue here in Kansas City, and the fans – 29 years after the last World Series game here – have been loud, loud, loud. The first inning has quieted things down, though: Pablo Sandoval smacked an RBI double off “Big Game James” Shields (Buster Posey was thrown out at the plate on the play after being sent in by third-base coach Tim Flannery). Then Hunter Pence belted a 3-2 fastball out to center, and just like that, after the top of the first, the Giants lead 3-0.
San Jose Mercury News Oct 19, 2014

Pablo Sandoval heats up when the pressure's on

San Francisco Giants' third baseman Pablo Sandoval has a .325 career average in the postseason, and the Panda says not even his impending free agency can distract him in October
“Pressure for what?” Sandoval once again shining on baseball’s biggest stage

“Pressure for what?” Sandoval once again shining on baseball’s biggest stage

In the tightest moments, the ones that draw the air out of a stadium, the fun-loving Panda emerges to let you exhale. It happened in Game 5 of the NLCS, when Pablo Sandoval dived for a ground ball, just barely… Continue Reading → 
KFFL Oct 16, 2014

Giants | Pablo Sandoval continues on-base streak

San Francisco Giants 3B Pablo Sandoval has reached base in 22 straight postseason games dating ...

All glove no bat for Sandoval so far …

Pablo Sandoval made a fantastic play from his knees in the third inning to start a double play, but he’s been quiet at the plate. A third-inning walk has been sandwiched by double plays he hit into in the first and fifth innings.
San Jose Mercury News Oct 12, 2014

San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval Mr. October again

The Panda reaches base four times in NLCS win over the St. Louis Cardinals, expanding on his postseason success
KFFL Oct 11, 2014

Giants | Pablo Sandoval stays hot

San Francisco Giants 3B Pablo Sandoval went 3-for-4 with a run scored in the team's ...
Over the Monster Oct 8, 2014
Will the Red Sox be priced out of the Pablo Sandoval chase?

Will the Red Sox be priced out of the Pablo Sandoval chase?

The Red Sox want Pablo Sandoval, but there's reason to believe the third baseman is going to be drawing a much bigger contract than his talents really deserve. The Red Sox' first target this offseason could be third baseman Pablo Sandoval according to Peter Gammons' most recent column on Gammons Daily, spelling an end to the Will Middlebrooks era and the beginning of the Kung Fu Panda regime. Should Red Sox fans be excited? Pablo Sandoval is a fine player, of that there's no question. The thing is, he's not a star. Once upon a time, he seemed destined for great things. In his first and...
KFFL Oct 5, 2014

Giants | Pablo Sandoval extends hit streak

San Francisco Giants 3B Pablo Sandoval's double in Game 2 of the National League Division ...
Fenway Nation Oct 1, 2014
Is The Kung-Fu Panda Coming East To Boston?

Is The Kung-Fu Panda Coming East To Boston?

(Photo: DreamWorks Animation)Almost every review of the off-season needs of the last-place Red Sox includes talk of a left-handed-hitting third baseman. Of course, implicit in this discussion is the notion that Will Middlebrooks is history—something the team steadfastly refutes. Nevertheless, Boston needs another left-handed bat to augment David Ortiz in a heavily right-handed line-up. Two of the most obvious options are two switch-hitting denizens of the hot corner: Pablo Sandoval and Chase Headley. Both are free-agents in 2015 and thus would come with no sacrifice of prospects or current...

Waiting for wild card — SF Giants beat Padres 3-1

And on the penultimate day of the regular season, the Giants rested. At least Buster Posey, Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence did for a while. Manager Bruce Bochy gave breathers to his big hitters Saturday, their final games off of 2014. Without them, the rest of the Giants beat the Padres 3-1 on Brandon Crawford’s two-run single in the eighth. Posey got to rest his tight back – serious enough that he had an MRI exam — while Pence and Sandoval made pinch-hitting appearances. It was a rare break for Pence. He woke up Saturday with streaks of 331 games started and 381 games played, both...

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