Boston’s Pablo Sandoval made a tremendous play in the second inning Monday against the White Sox, tracking down an Adam LaRoche (...)
Pablo Sandoval is having a pretty terrible year, which is sad because he’s one of my favorite players in the league. When he’s good, he’s a slapstick artist who just happens to be blessed with the ability to sock dingers and play a slick third base. Anyway, given how bad he’s been this year, it was nice to see a flash of old Pablo last night: Read more...
Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval suffered a bruised elbow in Saturday's game against the Seattle Mariners, but the ailment does not appear to be serious. Continue below for updates. Sandoval Pulled After Injuring Elbow, X-Rays Negative Saturday, Aug. Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval took an honest to god swing at a ball thrown at his eyes. If you are a baseball player, you should try not to do that.
Pablo Sandoval was recently busted for obeying his Instagram Thirst during a game in which he was playing. Embarrassing, but Panda is not alone. Not even close.
Pablo Sandoval swung at an R.A. Dickey pitch above his eyes, and thought it would end well. He grounded out to short. Read more...
Hard to lay off the high heat.
Close, but not really. Just a littttttttle too high there, Pablo. Probably should have left that one go by. The chart agrees: Look at the pitch Sandoval just swung at (#5). pic.twitter.com/g5oD0Swvc5 — Ken Tremendous (@KenTremendous) June 29, 2015 On the bright side, at least he found a way to make contact and ground out instead of missing entirely? (vine via @ThrowinSmoke)
David Ortiz, Pablo Sandoval and Alejandro De Aza homered to back the pitching of Justin Masterson and lead the Boston Red Sox to a 5-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday.
Pablo Sandoval was benched for browsing Instagram during a game on Wednesday, but though bizarre the case isn’t the first time that social media has gotten a player in deep water. Sandoval was caught red-handed during the Boston RedShow More Summary
Pablo Sandoval was back in the Boston Red Sox lineup Friday night after being benched Thursday for using his cellphone during a game.
Pablo Sandoval’s Instagram scandal has surfaced, punishment has been dealt—though MLB may also fine him—and now, the takes are here. How can Sandoval using Instagram while taking a dump be tied into bigger issues with the last-place Red Sox? Can the “chicken and beer” brouhaha be referenced? Read more...
Boston Red Sox star Pablo Sandoval broke the CARDINAL RULE when it comes to dropping a deuce during a MLB game... so claims David Price who says Pablo needs to be smarter on the crapper. As you've probably heard…
All Pablo Sandoval did was poop exactly the way you poop. It wasn't stupid or "the wrong time." It's simply how we poop in the age of smartphones. Think about the last time you pooped. Did you look at your smartphone while you sat on...Show More Summary
A bold, remarkable plan to fix the Boston Red Sox. It wouldn't be a bad Red Sox season without a dumb story. Pablo Sandoval using Instagram on the toilet during a game is a dumb, perfectly applicable story for the 2015 Red Sox. Is it...Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval has been benched by the Red Sox for using Instagram during Wednesday night’s game. Sandoval was benched for Boston’s 5-2 win by manager John Farrell after he admitted to “liking” a woman’s photo that appeared on his Instagram news feed, according to ESPN. Show More Summary
Friday morning’s baseball includes further adjustments to the All-Star Game voting process, Alex Rodriguez’s 2,999th career hit, and Pablo Sandoval’s social media faux pas. 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
Instagram user diva_legacy must feel flattered: Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval liked her photos so much he couldn't wait until after Wednesday's game to click. He was benched yesterday for violating team and MLB rules by using his phone during the 3-2 loss to Atlanta, ESPN reports. Sandoval says...