Ubaldo Jiménez left tonight’s game against the Red Sox without surrendering a base hit after umpire Jordan Baker ejected the Orioles pitcher for allegedly hitting Boston third baseman Pablo Sandoval with a pitch on purpose in the fourth inning. Show More Summary
The Nationals suffered their sixth loss in eight games to start the season Tuesday night in Boston, an 8-7 defeat that, against all odds, was uglier and more painful than the team’s 9-4 setback the day before.Read full article >>
Boston Red Sox All-Star third baseman Pablo Sandoval suffered a left foot injury against the Nationals on April 14. He exited the game in the third inning after being hit by a pitch and his status is unclear. Continue for updates. Sandoval Leaves Game vs. Show More Summary
I mean... that's one way to do it. Somehow, this less-than-clean Red Sox slide was not perpetrated by Shane Victorino, but by new addition Pablo Sandoval! I guess the "Kung Fu" in "Kung Fu Panda" is the Fist-Balls Way? My goodness. I guess that's one way to attempt to break up a double play: just do Joe Pesci's flying double-punch from "My Cousin Vinny."
The Boston Red Sox made no shortage of noise this offseason. The team signed two of the league’s best hitters in Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez. Then, the team agreed to terms with Rusney Castillo and Yoan Moncada, two of the most...Show More Summary
Despite the fact that Pablo Sandoval is hitting just.167 through his first three games with the Boston Red Sox, you still have to like him for your DraftKings squad on Friday. Sandoval has the most favorable pitching matchup of any player in the majors as he and the Red Sox face New York Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi. Show More Summary
With the 2015 Major League Baseball season underway, the Boston Red Sox are looking to rebound from an unexpected last-place finish in 2014. New additions Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval join an All-Star-laden lineup that returns David...Show More Summary
Whittling down the large assortment of Red Sox narratives that warrant attention was a tall task. Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval "adjusting" to a new market seemed more like a manufactured storyline than anything. While those guys...Show More Summary
In 2014, the Boston Red Sox finished last in the American League East with a 71-91 record. The Red Sox revamped their roster this offseason with the intention of a strong bounce-back in 2015. Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez and Rick Porcello...Show More Summary
TweetKeeping warm on the streets near the Fell DMV, 2015: If Pablo doesn’t want to live and work in the bay area, that’s OK, right?
Casey McGehee isn't Pablo Sandoval. He doesn't have a cute animal nickname, and he's never inspired anyone to wear a panda mask (that we know of). Really, replacing Sandoval in the hearts and minds of San Francisco Giants fans is an impossible task. Show More Summary
David Ortiz and Pablo Sandoval homered in the third inning off Pirates right-hander Ryan Beckman to erase a deficit and lift the Boston Red Sox over Pittsburgh 5-1 Thursday.
Signing Pablo Sandoval to a five-year, $95 million contract was one of the biggest moves in a pricey offseason for the Boston Red Sox. Sandoval's agreement with the Red Sox was actually a discount, according to Sandoval. The former San...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox were very aggressive on the free-agent market this offseason, spending nearly $200 million to acquire sluggers Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval. While Sandoval's numbers should improve playing in hitter-friendly Fenway Park, Ramirez is the one who will truly thrive in his new environment. Show More Summary
Tuesday morning's baseball includes Hector Olivera's market, Pablo Sandoval's free agent decision, and lying MLB owners. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
New Red Sox third baseman didn’t mince words.
Pablo Sandoval, last seen causing great alarm to a Red Sox Nation that was seemingly unfamiliar with his girth, talked to Bleacher Report’s Scott Miller about his departure from the San Francisco Giants, with whom he had spent the first seven years of his career and won two World Series titles. It was not a […]
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Immediately, you recognize the infectious smile from a mile away. Pure Panda. So is the laughter and the joy. And inside the Boston Red Sox clubhouse, nothing about Panda says San Francisco anymore. Leaving the Giants? "Not hard at all," Pablo Sandoval told Bleacher Report during an early-morning conversation here the other day. Show More Summary
Hey, Boston Red Sox fans: To borrow from The Hollies, he ain't heavy, he's your Panda. You've seen the picture by now, and the accompanying tweet by Boston.com's Steve Silva. Or, in case you haven't: Silva later claimed his intent was...Show More Summary
The I nternet recently had some fun with Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval after a photo surfaced of him looking bigger than usual at spring training. However, Kung Fu Panda wants to prove to everyone that his weight won'tShow More Summary