The San Francisco Giants and the Chicago Cubs were involved in a controversial rain delay at Wrigley Field last week. Given that the delay lasted more than four hours, players had to find different ways to stay busy. That wasn't much...Show More Summary
Don't look now, but Pablo Sandoval has driven in 10 runs over his last four games, three of which the San Francisco Giants have won. The hot streak is a welcome addition to a San Francisco lineup that has been starved for offense atShow More Summary
Boy, did the San Francisco Giants need what Pablo Sandoval has been providing them lately. The veteran third baseman, who homered for a second straight night in lifting the Giants to a win on Wednesday, has been on a tear since the very end of July. Show More Summary
Michael Morse and Pablo Sandoval each drove in three runs to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 7-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night.
Pablo Sandoval’s ground-rule double off reliever Jenrry Mejia helped give the Giants the win, ruining the day for several would-be Mets heroes.
Pablo Sandoval drove in three runs with three hits, including an RBI double with two outs in the ninth inning that sent the San Francisco Giants over the New York Mets 4-3 Monday.
This time it was Pablo Sandoval clapping his hand and stomping, and all Jenrry Mejia could do was watch.
Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets allowed a two out-double to Pablo Sandoval in the seventh inning for the San Francisco Giants' first hit of the game.
Pablo Sandoval hit a three-run homer off one of his favorite foils, and the San Francisco Giants beat the slumping Miami Marlins 9-1 Friday night.
The Nationals hitters wallop a depleted Cubs staff, while Ubaldo Jimenez and Pablo Sandoval live up to their reputations. With their best two starting pitchers sent off to Oakland in a blockbuster trade just one day before, the Cubs likely knew they'd have a difficult time with the Nationals and their then +45 run differential on Saturday. Show More Summary
This is not the most graceful Panda you've ever seen. Jayson Werth's throw home to to nail a runner wasn't as impossibly amazing as that of Yoenis Cespedes, but it didn't have to be, because Pablo Sandoval forgot how to slide. KneesShow More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. MLB.com's Reds reporter Mark Sheldon had the first version of his game story all written up and ready to file, but he wanted to wait until the third out of the top of the eighth. With two outs, Pablo Sandoval fouled a ball into the Cincinnati press box, smashing the shit out of Sheldon's computer. Read more...
Who says the life of a baseball beat writer isn’t dangerous? Well, at least for the reporter’s laptop. During last night’s Reds-Giants game in Cincinnati, a Pablo Sandoval foul ball flew up into the press box and made a direct hit with Mark Sheldon’s laptop. Sheldon is the Reds beat writer for MLB.com. To add […]
Just because a ball is foul doesn't mean it's traveling any slower. Mark Sheldon, the Cincinnati Reds reporter for MLB.com, found that out the hard way on Tuesday when San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval stepped up to the plate. RIP my laptop. Show More Summary
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Sandoval inadvertently took his struggles out on the media on Tuesday. Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval is on pace for the worst offensive season of his seven-year major league career, so it's not out of the question for him to be frustrated by his relatively poor start to 2014. Show More Summary
San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval hit a solo home run in the sixth inning of Thursday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals to extend his RBI streak to nine games. Per Alex Pavlovic of the San Jose Mercury News, no Giant...Show More Summary
Michael Morse homered and drove in three runs and Pablo Sandoval homered and scored twice to propel the San Francisco Giants to a 6-5 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night in the opener of a four-game series.
As weird as it may sound, lucky cowboy boots could help explain how the San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval has turned things around this season. Sandoval was below the Mendoza line through the early part of May, but he has bumped that average up substantially recently. Show More Summary
At this point in the season, the San Francisco Giants are rolling. The biggest issue so far? Hunter Pence having his scooter stolen. At 32-19, the G-Men have the best record in baseball. Third baseman Pablo Sandoval is finally clicking...Show More Summary