San Francisco exercised Sandoval's club option for the 2019 season, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports. Sandoval missed the last few months of the regular season with a season-ending hamstring injury, but he'll remain with the Giants for the time being. He'll need to earn back his roster spot during spring training after struggling with San Francisco over the past two seasons.
The Giants moved Sandoval (hamstring) to the 60-day disabled list Saturday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic Bay Area reports. A move was needed to add Hunter Strickland back to the 40-man roster and it was an easy call to transfer Sandoval with him sidelined for the remainder of the season. The veteran third baseman pieced together a solid campaign for San Francisco in 2018 that could find him suitors when he hits free agency again this offseason.
Sandoval (hamstring) will require surgery after straining his right hamstring, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. Sandoval was moved to the 10-day disabled list Monday due to a right hamstring strain, but after an MRI revealed a significant tear, he'll need surgery to repair the injury. This will effectively end the 31-year-old's 2018 season, as he'll set his sights on returning in time for spring training. In 92 games for the Giants, Sandoval hit .248 with nine home runs, 40 RBI and a .727 OPS.
Sandoval landed on the 10-day disabled list Monday due to a right hamstring strain, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Sandoval will head to the disabled list after suffering the injury while running the bases in Sunday's series finale against the Brewers. Given the nature of the injury, it seems likely he'll remain on the shelf for longer than the minimum, though an exact timetable should emerge in the near future.
Sandoval (hamstring) is out of the lineup against San Diego on Monday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Sandoval suffered a right hamstring strain during Sunday's game against the Brewers and will likely be placed on the 10-day disabled list prior to Monday's contest, per Pavlovic. The Giants have yet to make anything official at this point, but it looks like he will need an extended period of time to recover. In his place, Austin Slater will man first base and bat fifth versus the Padres during the series opener.