Jones: Would You Rather Have Pablo Sandoval Or Hanley Ramirez?

November 12, 2014 2:04 PM
Jones: Would You Rather Have Pablo Sandoval Or Hanley Ramirez?
" BOSTON (CBS) - With the free agency period underway, the Major League Baseball hot stove season is in full swing.

The Red Sox are reportedly “all in” on free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, the three-time World Series champion for the San Francisco Giants. But other teams feel the same way about Sandoval as the Sox do, so it’s important to keep any and every option open "

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