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.
The Boston Red Sox, on a free-agent-signing high after landing Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval and Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez, expressed their joy in a boastful tweet, asking the world, “So how was everyone’s Monday?” Mine was pretty good, Red Sox. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox on Tuesday finalized its contract with free agent Pablo Sandoval, inking the third baseman for five years and $95 million, plus a club option for 2010. The club will introduce Sandoval at a 1 p.m. ET news conference. To...Show More Summary
With Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez reportedly set to sign with the Boston Red Sox, per ESPN.com, the team addressed its hitting woes from a year ago. But with plenty of options in the outfield and needing other pieces elsewhere, namely starting pitching, the team is reportedly shopping Yoenis Cespedes. Show More Summary
They certainly appear to have contributed.
The Red Sox have finalized their five-year contract with third baseman Pablo Sandoval, the first of two big signings aimed at boosting Boston's offense after a last-place finish in the AL East.
The signings of Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez by the Boston Red Sox have rightfully dominated the discourse around MLB for the past two days. For as incredible as the saga detailed by CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman is, however, there’s been...Show More Summary
The market for free-agent hitters thinned out quickly Monday, as the Boston Red Sox reportedly agreed to sign Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, though the latter deal hasn’t been confirmed. However, with arguably the two best remaining...Show More Summary
By investing some $190 million in Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, the Red Sox are suddenly making like George Steinbrenner in full panic mode after they finished last in 2014 — a development which no one should get more delight from than, well, the Yankees themselves.
On Monday, the Red Sox committed nearly $200 million to sign Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez in moves that resembled Yankees tactics of the past. But the Yankees barely flinched.
The Boston Red Sox got Hanley Ramirez, and Pablo Sandoval too.
The Boston Red Sox had a really good baseball day, coming to contract terms with big-time free agents Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez. Their social media day wasn’t as spectacular. As the nation watched the live reading of the grand jury findings in the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., the Red Sox’ verified Twitter account […]
via SFGate: Vasquez finally notified the Giants at about 2:20 p.m. PDT that Sandoval had chosen Boston. Sandoval also phoned Giants assistant general manager Bobby Evans to tell him personally. “It was somewhat of an emotional phone call,” Evans said. “He was overwhelmed with this process but said he was ready for a […]
via TheBoldItalic: Looks like Pablo Sandoval is on his way out of San Francisco after he decided he liked Boston’s money better than the nearly identical sum of money the Giants offered him (5 year contract worth $95-$100 million). But hey, maybe Pablo is tired of clam chowder in SF and wants to go to Boston […]