Tim Hudson extended his spring training scoreless streak to five innings, Pablo Sandoval homered to lead off a three-run fifth and the San Francisco Giants defeated the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 Thursday.
Matt Cain pitched three shutout innings in his first start of the spring and Pablo Sandoval hit a pair of RBI singles as the San Francisco Giants defeated the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 Wednesday.
It may be easy to reminisce about Pablo Sandoval’s three home runs in Game 1 of the 2012 World Series or Marco Scutaro ’s game-winning single in Game 4. The Giants have become accustomed to playing October baseball after winning twoShow More Summary
There is no denying that Pablo Sandoval has had a roller-coaster career with the San Francisco Giants. We have have seen the highs of a healthy Sandoval, who can hit.330 with 25 home runs, and the lows of Kung Fu Panda, who was overweight last year and hit a mere.278. Show More Summary
Heading into the 2014 season, the San Francisco Giants will look to rebound from their disappointing 2013 campaign. Matt Cain, Pablo Sandoval and Tim Lincecum are three key players the Giants must see improvement from in 2014. Last year,...Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants have made long-term commitments to Buster Posey, Hunter Pence, Madison Bumgarner and Matt Cain, but an impending free agent, Pablo Sandoval, is one of the most indispensable players on the team. When the Giants...Show More Summary
By the end of his rookie year in 2008, Pablo Sandoval was known as "Kung Fu Panda." After making a slick play on the basepaths in a September ballgame, veteran pitcher Barry Zito coined the nickname and the rest is history. The moniker fits the gregarious Sandoval well. Show More Summary
It seems years of Bruce Bochy nagging really paid off, because the new version of Pablo Sandoval is reportedly thinner and sleeker. Yahoo! Sports' Mike Oz did some social media sleuthing and found some very good news as it pertains to the Giants' hot corner and Sandoval's waistline. It seems the 27-year-old is lighter this offseason. Show More Summary
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The San Francisco Giants have yet to fill their outfield void this offseason, but that does not mean they haven’t been busy. The Giants have already re-signed Hunter Pence, Tim Lincecum and Javier Lopez, among others, and they recently brought free-agent starter Tim Hudson on board. Show More Summary
Part of the San Francisco Batkid's reward for saving Giants mascot Lou Seal was a chance to run the bases at AT&T Park. We wondered if the leukemia patient might be able to round them faster than corpulent Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval, so we matched them up side-by-side to see who could reach home faster. Read more...
The 2013 MLB season has been quite the disappointment for the San Francisco Giants. Less than one year after winning their second World Series in three years, they find themselves at the bottom of the NL West standings. But Pablo Sandoval‘s performance last night should be enough to help them forget about this season’s struggles […]
Pablo Sandoval blasted not one, not two, but three home runs against the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night. “Kung Fu Panda” had everything going his way, and the San Francisco Giants rode Sandoval’s monster game to a 13-5 victory. It all started with his at-bat in the fifth inning. Sandoval stepped up with a [...]
Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval blasted three HRs Wednesday night during a 13-5 drubbing of the Padres. Hitting three HRs in one game is nothing new for the Kung Fu Panda. He did the same thing the first game of the 2012 World Series. Two of those shots came against AL Cy Young Award winner Justin... Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval blasted not one, not two, but three home runs against the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night. "Kung Fu Panda" had everything going his way, and the San Francisco Giants rode Sandoval's monster game to a 13-5 victory. It all started with his at-bat in the fifth inning. Show More Summary
It’s funny how things work sometimes. Just yesterday, in our post about Hunter Pence and Pablo Sandoval doing the Panda Shuffle, we talked about the strange quirks and rituals in which some baseball players partake. And one of the ones specifically mentioned was the tradition of pitchers jumping over the first and third base lines. [...]
It's good to take time to appreciate the little things. The San Francisco Giants currently have the worst record in the NL West, but this doesn't stop Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence from sharing a dance as part of their adorable dugout handshake. Nice footwork, guys. Hat tip to /r/baseball for the find. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The grueling tedium of a six-month baseball season, combined with constant travel and the repetitive nature of the game itself, tends to make baseball players a little superstitious and ritualistic. Surely you’ve noticed if you’ve ever watched a ballgame. Pitchers who never step on the baseline, batters who step out of the box and adjust [...]
The world of sports is littered with sad stories of failure; failure that has come as a result of a myriad of issues. We’ ve seen athletes suffer through financial woes after their careers have ended, Antoine Walker and Allen Iverson serving as the poster boys for this particular dilemma. Show More Summary
For Pablo Sandoval and the defending World Series champions, the midseason evaluation is anything but auspicious. Whether you were a "straight A" student or a high school drop out in the making—if you had to look up the meaning of "auspicious"...Show More Summary