Pablo Sandoval: An Anamoly, or Potential Long-Term Star?

Posted: 28th November 2009 by Jimmy Hascup in MLB
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Also featured on ! What does a player do after he finishes his first full season in the major leagues with the fifth highest batting average, finish sixth in the NL in slugging, and seventh in the NL in OPS? Oh yeah, and you constitute your team’s offense and only fantasy-worthy hitter in the lineup. If you’re Pablo Sandoval you climb up Phoenix’s Camelback Mountain. It’s all part of a rigorous workout effort, a three and a half week one at that, for Sandoval to shed some pounds and become more durable on the baseball field. Though if you ask me, the 250-plus pound Sandoval did nothing this season to make fantasy owners wish that he was eating less Burger King and more Jenny Craig: 572 At Bats
.330 Batting Average (189 Hits)
25 Home Runs

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