Tag "Pablo Sandoval"

Report: Braves Acquire Adam Duvall, Eddie Rosario

The Atlanta Braves made a pair of trades to bolster their outfield on Friday afternoon.

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The Worst Contracts In MLB History: AL East

Every team has signed contracts they regret. Here are the worst contracts for the teams in the American League East. Stay tuned for the rest of the teams, division by division.

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Watching Baseball Fans is Fun Too

As Harry Caray used to say, “you can’t beat fun at the old ballpark.” That statement rings true whether you’re watching a minor league game or find yourself in the comfort of a major league cathedral. Watching the game is just part of the entertainment, though. The fans can sometimes steal the show, depending on the pace of the game.

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Ex-Red Sox Third Baseman Reeling at the Plate

On July 14, Boston Red Sox fans everywhere heard the three words they wanted to hear in regards to third baseman, Pablo Sandoval. Those were “designated for assignment”. Five days thereafter, he was officially released from his duties in Boston,

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Reflecting on Sandoval’s Worst Moments in Boston

The Boston Red Sox officially released one of the biggest mistakes in the club’s recent history and he’s already back with his old club. Sandoval was only in Boston for three years, but his time costed the team $95 million,

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I Said It 7-21-17: Matt Patricia, The Panda, and Parole

By Producer Alex Time for more Producer Alex Antixxx… What? I was told a little XXX would increase my views… So Matt Patricia needs to be defended for wearing that Roger Goodell clown shirt. And Belichick was under fire for

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I Said It 7-14-17: Seguin, Sandoval, and Sale

By Producer Alex Happy Bastille Day! What’s that? Yeah, I don’t know what that means either. It just sounded cool. Okay, here we go. So apparently the Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs has been breaking the TD Garden’s lease by not

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Poll: What/Who Has Disappointed You the Most Thus Far?

After a offseason filled with mostly optimism, the Boston Red Sox sit at 12-11 through 23 games thus far. If anything, what/who has you most disappointed? Please note, I am not hitting the panic buttom. However, something isn’t right.

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This Homestand Is Sure to Test the Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox sit in the middle of the AL East with a record of 11-9 and have a tough schedule starting them down.  They finish play with the New York Yankees tonight, welcome the Chicago Cubs for three

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Red Sox Notepad: April 6, 2017

The unveiling of Chris Sale was everything as advertised, but the bats didn’t do the prized offseason acquisition any favors. “I get nervous before every game,” Sale said. “Tonight was a little bit different [because] obviously it’s my first time pitching

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