Pablo Sandoval hit a game-ending solo homer with one out in the ninth inning, lifting the Giants over the San Diego Padres 5-4 in what may have been Johnny Cueto's final start with San Francisco
A loss would've clinched next year's top pick for San Francisco, but Pablo Sandoval had other ideas
The Dodgers have lost 13 of their last 14 games, and just about everyone is to blame
Sandoval's return to San Francisco has not gone well at all
Sandoval didn't exactly set the minors on fire before being called up
Hm, why did the Sox need a third baseman again? Oh right, because of Pablo Sandoval, who is back with the Giants. The Giants are sending Eduardo Nuñez to Boston for persons unknown, as Ken Rosenthal reports. It was pretty clear thatShow More Summary
Monday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at the arrival of a top prospect, Clayton Kershaw’s injury, and a fun Giancarlo Stanton rumor. How desperate are the Red Sox for a third baseman? Not desperate enough to try Pablo Sandoval there again,...Show More Summary
Sunday’s Say Hey, Baseball features Pablo Sandoval’s many words of contrition, the magic of Adrian Beltre, and a Bryce Harper monster homer. Pablo Sandoval, the former Giants third baseman, became a Giant once again on Saturday. After...Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval is back with the Giants and is making it known he wishes he'd never left
It would be amazing.
Sandoval was designated for assignment last week
The Red Sox cut ties with Sandoval on Friday
Panda-mania is over in Boston before it ever really began. The Red Sox designated third baseman Pablo Sandoval for assignment on Friday, cutting their losses on the $95-million free agent who was never productive or healthy enough to replicate the popularity he had in San Francisco. The Red Sox...
Boston designates third baseman Pablo Sandoval for assignment midway through $95-million contract.
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The Red Sox thought they were getting a 28-year-old hitter in his prime. It, uh, didn’t work out. On November 25, 2014, the Red Sox signed a 27-year-old third baseman to a five-year contract. That player was a career.294/.346/.465 hitter, which is a pretty big deal for someone who spent half of his time at AT&T Park. Show More Summary
There are some really bad contracts in MLB right now. And even worse than Sandoval’s, somehow. The Red Sox designated Pablo Sandoval for assignment. The Red Sox still owe Pablo Sandoval just shy of $50 million, which, according to Jon Morosi’s calculations, is the second-most dead money ever left on an MLB deal after Josh Hamilton’s Angels’ contract. Show More Summary
From Todd Frazier to Josh Donaldson and everyone in between
Sandoval is still owed around $50 million on his contract, but the Red Sox aren’t going to pay him to hurt their chances on the field. Pablo Sandoval was signed to what seemed to be a reasonable long-term contract during the 2014-2015 offseason, but nothing about the deal since has been reasonable. Show More Summary
Sandoval never found his traction in Boston and his contract was a major dud