Pablo Sandoval News Archive
Sandoval (shoulder) rescheduled his appointment for a second opinion with Dr. James Andrews for Monday, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.
Sandoval (shoulder) was unable to be examined by Dr. James Andrews due to the soreness in his shoulder, but was able to receive a cortisone injection, Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reports.
Sandoval (shoulder) said the results of his first MRI were "pretty bad," and he is on tap for a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews in the near future, WEEI.com's Rob Bradford reports.
Sandoval will meet with Dr. James Andrews to get a second opinion on his injured left shoulder, Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports.
Sandoval (shoulder) will not get regular playing time unless he loses weight and others currently in Boston's lineup struggle, according to major league sources, Yahoo! Sports reports. The third basemen, who is still owed more than $75 million for four years, lost his starting job to Travis Shaw this spring and has seen scant duty in the first eight games.
Sandoval (shoulder) underwent an MRI on his left shoulder Thursday, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports.
Sandoval has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left shoulder strain, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports.
Sandoval did not get into Monday's home-opening loss to Baltimore, despite a situation that called out for a left-handed bat.
Sandoval made his first start of the season Saturday, going hitless in four at-bats with a walk and three strikeouts in an 8-4 win over the Blue Jays.
Sandoval will start at third base and bat sixth in Saturday's game against Toronto, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.