While Pablo Sandoval remains on the disabled list for a shoulder strain that may or may not be real, the Red Sox third baseman’s relationship with food is being scrutinized. Comcast Sports Net’s Sean McAdam was on Toucher and Rich today and reported that when Sandoval was with the San Francisco Giants, the team made…
Officially, Pablo Sandoval is on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left shoulder. Unofficially, and probably more accurately: Pablo Sandoval doesn’t want to sit on the Red Sox bench, and the Red Sox don’t want him around. These next four years are going to be great!
At last, the death-gods have released their cold, icy grip on the United States; the trees are green, the birds are singing, and our greatest sport has returned. While there’s just too much to keep track of in terms of who’s where and what’s what and who’s going to do what and such—FiveThirtyEight, Fangraphs, Sports…
This is not to denigrate newly crowned Red Sox opening day third baseman Travis Shaw, because Travis Shaw has had a killer spring, and no one’s really quite sure what to make of him. But teams usually need more than a hint of promise to bench a guy owed $72.4 million over the next four years. Not the Sox.
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Pablo Sandoval’s first season with the Red Sox was a horrid disaster. He accrued a career-low .292 on-base percentage, got in trouble for using Instagram in a bathroom during a game, swung at practically anything, and just couldn’t run the bases by the end of the season, forcing the team to shut him down out of mercy.…
Pablo Sandoval exited Sunday’s game against the Blue Jays early after scoring from third base on a sacrifice fly. The Red Sox third baseman reportedly left because of “lightheadedness.”
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…
Pablo Sandoval swung at an R.A. Dickey pitch above his eyes, and thought it would end well. He grounded out to short.
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?
Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval will be benched after copping to liking photos of a woman on Instagram during Wednesday night’s game. Sandoval said he was in the bathroom when he checked the app.
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. The pitch would have been in retaliation for Sandoval’s dirty slide aimed…
This photo comes from Boston.com's Steve Silva, and shows new Red Sox third baseman (signed through 2019) Pablo Sandoval on his first day in camp. OK, so maybe he's a little robusto. He just got $100 million guaranteed. That's not really his problem anymore.
It appears the Red Sox will not content themselves with just one premier free agent signing; credible reports have Boston inking both Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval to five-year deals, to be finalized as early as today.
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.
It's impossible not to be charmed by Pablo Sandoval's free-swinging ways, and that's why this botched hit-and-run swing from yesterday's game against the Pirates is a cause for celebration rather than ridicule.
Part of the San Francisco Batkid's reward for saving Giants mascot Lou Seal was a chance to run the bases at AT&T Park. We wondered if the leukemia patient might be able to round them faster than corpulent Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval, so we matched them up side-by-side to see who could reach home faster.