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Giants Reunite With 37-Year-Old on a Minor League Deal

Updated: Feb 19

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The San Francisco Giants are in agreement with Pablo Sandoval on a non-roster deal. Pablo Sandoval is hoping to make a comeback to MLB after not playing at the major league level since 2021 with the Atlanta Braves.


Pablo Sandoval is a 14-year MLB vet. He is 37-years old. Sandoval has a lot of accomplishments. He is a 2x All-Star (2011, 2012), 3x World Series Champion, and a 1x World Series MVP.


Of the 14 years that Pablo Sandoval has been in the MLB, he spent 11 of those years with the Giants. For Sandoval's career, he has slashed .278/.330/.443, with 153 HR's, 639 RBI's, and a .773 OPS.


After not being in the MLB for 2022 and 2023, it would be a pretty cool story if Pablo Sandoval would make it back to the MLB. Especially with the Giants, the team who Sandoval has spent most of his career with.

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