Pablo Sandoval has a broken bone in his left hand that will require surgery, and the San Francisco slugger is expected to miss four to six weeks.
It hadn’t hurt us until Saturday’s game, but the Giants have almost no infield depth on the active roster.
After a shaky start to the season, the Giants are returning to form.
Before we look ahead to the Giants’ 2012 season, let’s take a moment to look back on the year that was.
Pablo Sandoval homered and doubled during San Francisco’s seven-run third-inning, and the Giants beat the Milwaukee Brewers 13-3 in a split-squad game on Saturday.
Pablo Sandoval’s portion sizes and weigh-in statistics always seem to be a hot topic this time of year. He understands it – and he doesn’t much care anymore.
With the Giants’ 2011 season now long over, we can look back on the year that was. We didn’t win it all like in 2010, but there was plenty to remember. Here are some of the best, worst, and weirdest moments of 2011.
The Giants slug six homers on Sunday to win their eighth straight, offering a glimmer of hope for postseason play.
After falling to second place with September just around the corner, the Giants desperately need some offense. Can we hold out hope for the Giants’ hitters to turn their seasons around?
Pablo Sandoval spent the offseason rebuilding his body and confidence, and the San Francisco slugger is showing results.
San Francisco third baseman Pablo Sandoval has been scratched from the Giants’ starting lineup against Colorado after straining his right triceps during batting practice.
Pablo Sandoval threw up regularly after running up desert hills in Arizona this winter. He did sprint workouts on the track with Olympic decathlete Dan O’Brien. San Francisco’s slimmed-down third baseman even sought the hitting advice of home run king Barry Bonds.