Is it possible that Pablo Sandoval can return to his best form? The one with which he became a fundamental part of the San Francisco Giants during the 2014 World Series, which, of course, they won.
Much of this triumph was due to the Venezuelan infielder, and which precisely catapulted him to Boston signing a lucrative five-year contract and more than $ 100 million of which over time became a headache for the organization of the Red Sox, then, a poor level of the "Panda" in its three seasons led them to release it and in turn pay that stratospheric figure.
However, it was his former team (Giants of San Francisco) which tried to rescue him from the bad time he was going through, perhaps, for more nostalgic reasons than sports, although, it seems that this strategy has worked well with the passage of time.
The Giants have found a super utility in Sandoval, giving him the opportunity to show his talent in the "Big Show" in different positions either as pitcher, first baseman or third baseman. Even the same driver Bruce Bochy confessed to SfChronicle.com that Sandoval could also be his emergency receiver.
Sandoval has been one of the offensive faces of the Giants this 2019, that's why, Bochy could already see his pupil on the All-Star list next July 9 in Cleveland. However, he assured that it is too early to think about that.
The "Panda" currently has a bat average of .301 with 7 homers and 16 RBIs.