Latest Update Pablo Sandoval is not in the Giants lineup on Saturday. Sat Sep, 27, 01:39 PM
Mixes a sweet swing (from both sides of the plate) with superb focus, some power and clutch ability. Is good defensively at third but can also play first base, if required.
Flaws: : Has to keep his weight in check at all times, since it's a problem for him. Also he doesn't have a natural home-run swing. Despite good hustle, he's not effective on the basepaths.
A veteran day of rest for Sandoval. He was bothered by a hip injury earlier in the week, but seemed fine over the past three games. His last day out of the lineup was on September 3rd, so he is entitled to some time off.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
Sandoval is now slashing .281/.326/.418 with 16 home runs ad 73 RBI through 581 at-bats as he continues to have himself another solid season at the hot corner. Despite his free-swinging ways Sandoval has only 84 strikeouts on the season, and will finish regular season play with under 100 strikeouts for the sixth consecutive year.Analyst: Matthew Beck
Sandoval is now 9-for-23 (.391 BA) with two home runs and six RBI over his last five games as he continues to have himself a solid season a the hot corner for the Giants. After a miserable start to the season, Sandoval has managed to get hit batting average up to .289 while blasting 16 home runs and driving in 66 RBI over 516 at-bats. As long as he continues to limit his strikeouts (75 K) down the stretch this free-swinging slugger is a great option to deploy on a regular basis. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Sandoval continues to hit for his owners who stuck with him through his rough stretch early in the season. He is approaching a .290 batting average and has already passed last year's home run total. A big reason for all of this is that Panda has been able to stay healthy for an entire season. Continue starting Panda in your line up and continue to be rewarded for your patience or great buy-low option.Analyst: Colby Conway