Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com says (via Twitter) there’s some teams that are checking out Freddy Sanchez‘s medical records. Sanchez was only with the San Francisco Giants for a few seasons, but I’m a huge Freddy fan. Which means, it would be hard for me to see him in another uniform. I actually thought he would probably just retire after missing all of the 2012 season.
Though he’s yet to receive an offer this winter, free agent second
baseman Freddy Sanchez has received interest from several teams the veteran’s
agent told Derrick Goold of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The market is thin. Former All-Star Freddy Sanchez, who has
not played since 2011 because of injuries, is available. He has received
interest from teams but no offers...
San Francisco Giants second baseman Freddy Sanchez will have back surgery and miss the entire season.
Manager Bruce Bochy said Thursday that Sanchez will have a discectomy next week.
Sanchez has been injured frequently since joining the Giants in 2009 and been trying to recover from shoulder surgery last August. He injured his lower back in a rehab game last month.
Via AP on Fox
July 05, 2012
Giants second baseman Freddy Sanchez made repairs on his uniform pants as he discussed his latest setback since recovering from shoulder surgery last August.
Sanchez said Friday he felt a strain in his shoulder during pre-game warmups earlier this week with the Giants' Class-A affiliate in San Jose. He was scheduled to play second base Thursday but was moved to designated hitter...
Via AP on Fox
April 27, 2012
Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle says infielder Freddy Sanchez has “plateaued” in his rehab, thus the decision to give him a cortisone shot. It’s very clear that Sanchez will not be ready for Opening Day. It’s time to see what Manny Burriss can do with his time at second base till the injured Sanchez can get back on the field. It’s unclear at this time as to...
Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle says a season-opening trip to the disabled list now seems unavoidable for second baseman Freddy Sanchez. Sanchez has yet to play second base in a game this spring. Manger Bruce Bochy said the team is not likely to keep Sanchez on the Opening Day roster as a pinch hitter.Duane Kuiper was on KNBR with Murph & Mac this morning. Kuiper...
Happy Birthday Freddy Sanchez! The San Francisco Giants second baseman is confident he’ll be ready for Opening Day, according to John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle.
“I’m doing great. I’m throwing. I’m out to 60 feet now, and the shoulder’s coming along great,” said Sanchez.
When Buster Posey went down the Giants were still able to battle and win some games...