The San Diego Padres have become the 4th team looking to steal slugging third baseman Pablo Sandoval from the San Francisco Giants, reports CBS Sports.
Matt Williams got 18 first-place votes and 109 points. Pittsburgh’s Clint Hurdle, who earned the NL honor last year, was second with eight first-place votes and 80 points. Bruce Bochy of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants was third with three firsts and 30 points.
Like it or not, the San Francisco Giants roster that ended Game 7 of the World Series passing around a trophy isn’t the same one that will be lined up for a World Series ring ceremony at AT&T Park next spring. What would be the biggest losses from the current free agent crop? Let’s start with the obvious…
Giants CEO Larry Baer says the club will do what it can to keep the switch-hitting third baseman and crowd favorite.
It’s baseball award season again. After getting shut out of the Gold Gloves the San Francisco Giants are going to go home with very little to show for themselves this year. Here’s a closer look […]
The Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to hire Oakland Athletics assistant GM Farhan Zaidi as the club’s new general manager, a person with knowledge of the negotiations said.
Fresh off another stellar postseason, San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval will test the open marked after reportedly rejecting a $15.3 million qualifying offer from the World Series champions.
The hyperbole has been flowing ever since Madison Bumgarner shut down the Kansas City Royals (again) to give the Giants their third World Series in five years, but nobody has gone so far as to compare him to an indestructible ‘Terminator 2′ cyborg villain, until now.
As the San Francisco Giants held their parade Friday to celebrate their third World Series championship in five years, a big topic was the upcoming free agency of Pablo Sandoval.
Giants Fans, Players Celebrate Another World Series Championship With Downtown Parade, Civic Center Rally
San Francisco became the Valley of the Giants for the third time in five years Friday as hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets for a confetti and rain-soaked parade honoring the city’s World Series champions.