Pablo Sandoval

Video: Pablo Sandoval totally destroys catcher in Mexican League

Pablo Sandoval’s Major League Baseball career is probably over, but the San Francisco Giants icon is still plugging away in the Mexican Baseball League. Fortunately, that is still enough to provide some great highlights. Sandoval plays for Olmecas de Tabasco, and was in action Thursday against Saraperos de Saltillo....
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Pablo Sandoval warns MLB teams: 'Don't sleep on' Giants

Pablo Sandoval has high expectations for the Giants this season. And if there’s anyone who knows what San Francisco is capable of, it’s the Kung Fu Panda. Sandoval joined 95.7 The Game’s “Morning Roast” on Wednesday, where he told hosts Bonta Hill and Joe Shasky the Giants’ current squad is a “special group.”

Pablo Sandoval to continue pro career in Mexican League

Pablo Sandoval still has some baseball left in him. Sandoval, 35, signed a contract with Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican Baseball League, the team announced earlier this week. Sandoval won three World Series titles with the Giants and most recently played for the 2021 champs Atlanta Braves. “Panda” earned...

Former Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval joins the Mexican League

Former Red Sox bust Pablo Sandoval isn’t done with baseball yet. It’s been nearly five years since the Boston Red Sox washed their hands of Pablo Sandoval but their former third baseman isn’t done with baseball yet. The Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican League announced that they’ve signed the two-time MLB All-Star.

Pablo Sandoval Keeps Career Alive With New Mexican League Contract

The Panda is back! Pablo Sandoval, the rotund slugger who went from World Series MVP to trade market reject, is still riding his roller-coaster of a professional career. The burly infielder, who hooked onto the 2021 Atlanta Braves with a sharp spring training, has signed to play ball for the Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican League.

Former San Francisco Giants star Pablo Sandoval heading to Mexico

Over the past few years, we have seen several aging major league stars head to Mexico to continue their careers. Former San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval is set to be the latest to take that trip south of the border. According to reports, Sandoval will be playing in...
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Former Giants Star Pablo Sandoval Plans to Play in Mexican League

Panda's not done: Former Giants star Sandoval finds new home originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. The Panda turns 36 this year, but he isn't ready to hang it up yet. Former Giants star Pablo Sandoval signed a contract with Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican League, the club announced this week. Sandoval started the 2021 season in the big leagues but was DFA'd by the Cleveland Indians in July. The latest news comes on the heels of a big winter representing Navegantes del Magallanes of the Venezuelan Winter League.
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Former Giants infielder Pablo Sandoval headed to Mexican League

Pablo Sandoval, the former Giants infielder and fan favorite, has a contract with Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican Baseball League for its upcoming season, that team announced Monday. Sandoval, 35, opened last season with the Braves, playing in 69 games with a .178 average and four home runs. In...
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Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/8/22: Nick Hundley, Pablo Sandoval, and MLB drug testing

This is quite the interesting connection. MLB has halted steroid testing for the first time in almost 20 years due to the expiration of the league’s agreement between management and the players’ association. Longtime San Diego Padres catcher Nick Hundley is joining the Texas Rangers as a special...

Pablo Sandoval signs with Mexican League’s Acereros De Monclova

Pablo Sandoval is headed to the Mexican League for the 2022 season. The Acereros de Monclova announced Monday night (Spanish-language link) that they’ve signed the two-time MLB All-Star. Sandoval, a client of Beverly Hills Sports Council, has appeared in parts of 14 MLB seasons. He made his big-league debut...