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PLEASE DON’T LET THIS GUY BEAT DAVID WRIGHT…
The second National League All-Star update has been released and six-time All-Star David Wright is losing even more ground to Pablo Sandoval of the San Francisco Giants for starting third baseman.
With 1,473,381 votes, Wright now trails Sandoval by over 200,000 votes almost doubling the gap from the first ASG voting release a week ago.
Of course with attendance and interest waning at Citi Field, and the San Francisco Giants continuing to sellout almost every home game, the only shot Wright has at being selected as a starter would be through an aggressive online get out the vote campaign. But so far that doesn’t seem to be working.
Daniel Murphy has picked up some slack and moved up to the 5th spot among NL second basemen, but it’s unlikely he’ll even get close to the runaway leader Brando Phillips of the Reds.
John Buck remains third among catchers and has no chance to catch Buster Posey who is the leading the National League with 1,961,8...
BEST OF MAXIM
The captains for the Home Run Derby have been named. The captains will get to choose which players will be on their team.
Earlier today, New York Mets third baseman David Wright made one impressive catch against the Miami Marlins after robbed Chris Coughlin with a nice running play.
After Wright made the play, watch as David scales the tarp and does a little bit of parkour:
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(Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)
The MLB All-Star Game captains, Robinson Cano and David Wright show off their new garb for the game at Citi-Field. The uniforms are pretty generic for an All-Star game, but those hats could be the worst in ASG history. With all the old school homage Citi throws in your face, they could’ve just done flat out better. Leave it up to the mets to blow it. We’re sure they’ll still...
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval left Saturday’s game in Arizona after the third inning with a sore foot. Now, as Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area reports, the injury has Panda back in a walking boot may put him on the shelf. Sandoval said his foot is still “very sore” after Sunday’s game against the Diamondbacks, where he sat in favor of Joaquin Arias.
Before the injury...
After being forced to leave yesterday's game, All-Star third baseman Pablo Sandoval may soon find himself on the disabled list. He received treatment for the injury and was ultimately placed in a walking boot (never a good sign). Now, it seems the San Francisco Giants' star will be unable to avoid a stint on the DL.
Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area says an MRI of Sandoval...
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval’s foot injury has landed him on the disabled list, according to Alex Pavlovic of the Mercury News. The foot has been bothering the Panda since before San Francisco’s trip to St. Louis on June 1st. Sandoval has played in four games since missing the entire Cardinals’ series but was clearly uncomfortable, leaving Saturday’s game against Arizona...
San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval left Saturday’s game early after he was seen limping post-grounding into a double play. Initial reports had said that he aggravated a foot injury that caused him to miss four games earlier in the season from May 31 through June 3. The Giants have declared him to be day-to-day but a stint on the disabled list is likely after hearing...
The San Francisco Giants are limping in the NL West standings, and their 2012 World Series MVP is limping in the clubhouse. According to a series of Tweets by Comcast Sportsnet Giants beat writer Andrew Baggarly, Kung Fu Panda looks like he’ll be out for a while as his left foot is not healing.
Bochy said new MRI on Sandoval showed foot strain wasn’t more severe, but manager...
As expected, Pablo Sandoval has been sent to the 15-day DL.
Sandoval missed the Giants’ three-game set against the Cardinals last week with a left foot strain but returned to the lineup against the Blue Jays, only to aggravate the injury Saturday while playing the Diamondbacks.
The Giants finally decided this was an injury that needed rest. They’ve recalled Nick Noonan from Triple...
According to Andrew Baggarly a CSN Bay Area contributor, San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval will be placed on the 15 day DL. Sandoval was diagnosed with a strain of the left foot following an MRI on Sunday. Sandoval is hitting .289 with 8 HR and 37 RBIs this year, aggravated the strain in the game in Arizona on Saturday.Expected to see most of the playing time at...
The San Francisco Giants have put third baseman Pablo Sandoval on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained left foot.
The reigning World Series MVP was sidelined before the Giants played Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.
Infielder Nick Noonan was recalled from Triple-A Fresno to take Sandoval's roster spot. Noonan had just been optioned to Fresno on Saturday after spending...
Trouble in the Bay: Pablo Sandoval Could Be DL Bound
BY JEREMY DAVID CANNON | PUBLISHED 6/11/2013
Ever since June began, the defending champion San Francisco Giants have been having a problem keeping their star third baseman healthy.
And that all came to a head Saturday night in a demolishing 10-5 victory over the first place Diamondbacks. To add to the drama, manager...
It’s “Newsmakers Week” on 95.7FM The Game with Ric Bucher & Chris Townsend and their first guest for the week, San Francisco Giants’ Larry Baer.
Baer certainly made news and everyone turn their heads to the radio when he stated to Bucher & Townsend that third baseman, Pablo Sandoval, has a hairline fracture in his foot. Wait, we thought it was a foot strain?
Sandy Alderson has announced that the Mets have optioned Ike Davis, Mike Baxter and Robert Carson to Triple-A Las Vegas following today’s brutal 8-4 loss to the Marlins.
“At some point you just have to say to yourself this is not in his best interest,” Sandy Alderson said about Davis’ demotion. “I was one of his biggest supporters. I just felt at some point we’ve got...
This is not a drill. The San Francisco Giants are in emergency mode and the goal is not to just hold ground in the National League West, but to find some new momentum.
On one side the injury to third baseman Pablo Sandoval is a huge blow to an offense that has struggled for consistency all season. He has a stress fracture of his left foot and will be going on the DL shortly....