Although the winter meetings allowed numerous MLB teams to cross some names off their holiday shopping lists, plenty of big gifts still await. Even with big names like Jon Lester and Pablo Sandoval signing with new teams, the leagueShow More Summary
If you thought the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox were done signing players this offseason just because they respectively landed Jon Lester and Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, think again. Boston and Chicago are pursuing backup catchers,...Show More Summary
Buster Posey is the starting catcher for the San Francisco Giants —b ut should he be? It seems like an absurd question. During five full seasons behind the dish for San Francisco, all Posey has done is win Rookie of the Year, a batting title, an MVP and three, count 'em three, World Series rings. Show More Summary
The free-agent spending spree has been going full force for the past few weeks, and the San Francisco Giants have not made any major moves. In some cases, such as with Pablo Sandoval, Yasmany Tomas and Jon Lester, the Giants were willing to spend big money, but the players chose to go elsewhere. Show More Summary
Upton would go a long way toward filling the hole in the Giants' lineup left by the departure of Pablo Sandoval. The San Francisco Giants and Atlanta Braves have talked about a potential trade involving outfielder Justin Upton, according...Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval's sick car collection just got $200,000 sicker... 'cause the S.F. Giants super star just tricked out his brand new Range Rover... and TMZ Sports has the footage. Sandoval took his '14 Avorza Range Rover Sport to The Auto Firm…
Big Papi is excited about the "thunder" the Red Sox now boast with new additions Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez.
The smartest thing the Red Sox have done over the past few months is not sign Pablo Sandoval (though that was good). Or view Hanley Ramirez as a left fielder (he sure ain't a shortstop anymore). Or continue to woo Jon Lester (decision...Show More Summary
The MLB free-agent market is drying up fast. That is especially true with the pool of bats. The biggest names like Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval, Nelson Cruz, Victor Martinez and Russell Martin have already inked deals of four seasons...Show More Summary
The American League East is forcing the New York Yankees’ hand. The Boston Red Sox are making another play to go from worst to first in the division, signing two of the more coveted hitters on the free-agent market in Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez while trying to lure ace pitcher Jon Lester. Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants just lost Pablo Sandoval, their third baseman and cleanup hitter. So, naturally, they should set their sights on...Jon Lester, starting pitcher. Seems counterintuitive on its face. Sandoval's departure leaves a panda-sized hole in the San Francisco lineup; shouldn't filling it be priority No. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have too many outfielders, too many corner infielders and not enough pitching. Such was the case before the offseason began, and this sentiment rings even more true now after the signings of Pablo Sandoval to playShow More Summary
While impact hitters like Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez have already landed monster deals, the MLB free-agent market for pitchers has been remarkably quiet. So far this offseason, there just hasn't been a ton of buzz surrounding top arms like Max Scherzer and David Robertson. Show More Summary
Fresh off their third World Series title in five years, the business of baseball moves on for the San Francisco Giants. Pablo Sandoval has signed with the Boston Red Sox, leaving a gaping hole at third base and in the middle of the Giants' batting order. Show More Summary
It is Thanksgiving, which means the holiday season is in full swing. With Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez both going to Boston and a few other free agents already signed, it is clear that baseball's offseason is well underway as well. Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval, the "Kung Fu Panda," has left the San Francisco Giants for wealthier days with the Boston Red Sox, leaving his faithful fans with no choice but to put away their panda heads.
Those oversized panda heads are being put away — at least the ones seen in the first row at AT&T Park. Pablo Sandoval's bamboo-eating buddies aren't following him to Beantown.
Pablo Sandoval collected a payday of nearly $100M from the Red Sox. Now Chase Headley is primed to cash in with a meaty contract of his own.
Pablo Sandoval, also known as the “Kung Fu Panda,” was introduced to Red Sox nation Tuesday. The robust former San Francisco slugger comes to town bearing three world championships with his former club. For that reason alone, many –Show More Summary
Even fans in LA can appreciate the emotion about Pablo Sandoval leaving the Giants, and a third-base coach deciding to leave the game.