Baltimore Orioles pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez was ejected from Friday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox for allegedly hitting Pablo Sandoval on purpose.
Whether or not it actually was doesn’t matter; Jimenez aimed one into the front shoulder of Sandoval.
According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, the umpire may have tossed Jimenez because the off-target pitch could have been retaliation...
BOSTON (AP) Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez has been ejected after hitting Boston slugger Pablo Sandoval with a pitch in the fourth inning.
Jimenez was thrown out by plate umpire Jordan Baker after he hit Sandoval behind the right shoulder with the first pitch after retiring the first two batters.
Jimenez allowed no hits and walked three before leaving with Baltimore leading 1-0...
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7 hours ago
Expectations are once again high for the Boston Red Sox following a disappointing 2014 campaign. The team spent heavily in the offseason, revamping both the lineup and the rotation through free agency. Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez will add pop to the order and Wade Miley, Rick Porcello and Justin Masterson will provide depth in the rotation. Following a disastrous season that...
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Pablo Sandoval isn’t big on living in the past.
Sandoval recently said leaving the San Francisco Giants to sign with the Boston Red Sox in free agency over the offseason wasn’t a difficult decision, which created plenty of buzz given his successful, and seemingly amicable, tenure in the Bay Area. The third baseman...
Pablo Sandoval was an excellent player for the Giants during his seven seasons spent in San Francisco. He made two All-Star teams and helped lead them to three World Series titles. Despite his excellent regular seasons and postseason brilliance, the Giants always seemed to have an issue with Sandoval about his weight. Sure, Sandoval’s pudginess...Read More
While Pablo Sandoval didn’t exactly rip the San Francisco Giants, the Boston Red Sox third baseman’s recent critical comments still were surprising.
Just ask Giants assistant general manager Bobby Evans, who handles most of San Francisco’s contract negotiations.
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Pablo Sandoval isn’t piling on, but he’s also not backing down.
Sandoval said in a recent Bleacher Report article his decision to leave the Giants was “not hard at all” because he felt disrespected by the way San Francisco approached the sides’ contract negotiations. The Red Sox third baseman confirmed his stance Tuesday yet chose to focus on his love for Boston...
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Pablo Sandoval seemingly had it all in San Francisco: fame, fortune, rings.
So why on earth would he leave the defending World Series champions and the organization that originally signed him as an amateur free agent in 2003 to join a team coming off a last-place finish?
“The Giants made a good offer, but...
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