You don’t have to be a Giants fan to appreciate a baseball player and how hard they work to keep themselves in good shape. Well, Giants 3rd baseman Pablo Sandoval was told that he needs to get himself in shape or he will start the season in the minors.
Sandoval is trying to get himself into good shape and get his 2009 (.330 AVG) stroke back. SF Giants Rumors was able to get some exclusive videos of the Kung Fu Panda working out.
The first video was posted on January 18th 2011, SF Giants Rumors – Exclusive Pablo Sandoval Video.
The 2nd video SF Giants Rumors posted was on January 26th, SF Giants Rumors – Sandoval In Pepsi Homerun Derby.
The 3rd video is Pablo on a Friday night. It was posted on January 31st, SF Giants Rumors – Ever Wonder What Players Do On Friday Nights?
King of Cali (Steven) was also able to get a short Q&A with Pablo Sandoval.
The offseason is slowly starting to come to an end. We are a month away from Spring Training. Some players are still trying to get themselves in good shape for this 2011 season. Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval has been on a mission to get himself in good shape and shed some pounds.
SF Giants Rumors was able to get an Exclusive Pablo Sandoval Video. It’s of the Kung Fu Panda working out. If you still can’t get enough Sandoval, then you came to the right place!
Pablo was kind enough to do a Q&A with the SF Giants Rumors between workouts. Here is the link…. I hope you enjoy it!
~King of Cali
The San Francisco Giants have came to an agreement with Cody Ross, Ramon Ramirez, and Jonathan Sanchez. Which means they avoid arbitration. The Cody Ross agreement was for 1 year, $6.3 million. Ramirez and Sanchez deals haven’t been disclosed as of yet.
I was able to get a SF Giants Rumors Pablo Sandoval Exclusive Video. It’s him working out, and you can tell he’s shed some pounds. You can check it out at SF Giants Rumors, and be sure to leave a comment on any posts you have an opinion about. Giants fans love to reply back to each other and get the baseball excitment going as spring training is getting closer.
~King of Cali
Hey what’s going on Giants fans (or just baseball fans)? The Giants are off to a pretty good start in Spring Training. I know, I know it’s only spring games. They don’t count, but I say we start printing the World Series tickets now! I’m only kidding!!
The few available roster spots are keeping the Giants players focused. Some players have got back into the mix like Kevin Frandsen. He’s back in the mix, because Emmanuel Burriss went down with an injury.
John Bowker is another guy that is trying to show he belongs in the Big Leagues. He done nothing but tear it up in the minor leagues. He just seems to have a brain fart in the pro’s. Like he’s forgot how to hit the ball. He does how some power that the Giants need, so if he can get the bat going. There should be no denying Bowker.
I also have updates on more players from the Giants Camp. Just visit SF Giants Rumors for all the latest SF Giants Rumors. There is even a recent post on how much money Pablo Sandoval and Barry Zito made last year. The kicker to that story is how much they really should have made based off their numbers!
King of Cali
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With the first half of the season over. No one including myself expected the Giants to have a record like they have. We knew they would have a chance to win games cause they had a good starting staff on paper. Well they starters came out and pitched just as well as advertised!
doing that and has been on fire as of late. He’s even starting the All Star Game for the National League. Everyone kept saying Randy Johnson would just try for 5 wins and then shut down. Randy Johnson is an intense pitcher when he’s on the mound. There is no way this guy doesn’t try to go out there and go balls out every time he takes the mound. I did expect Matt Cain to have a good year, but 10 wins by the All Star break. Wow – that’s above and beyond what anyone could have asked for by this point of the season. We have two guys (Lincecum & Cain) that can be in it for the Cy Young Award. Zito has shown some good games and some bad games, but still better than last year. Sanchez was finally going to show up what he has this year and then ended up losing his starting spot in the rotation. Then he came back to the rotation because of a Randy Johnson injury. Sanchez then tosses a “No-Hitter”!