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Pablo Sandoval might be sitting there on Waivers, waiting for you!

Update(7/5): Since Pablo has returned, he has only ONCE gone hitless in a game, and has 5 multi hit games.  He is currently only 87% owned in Yahoo leagues, so there is a good chance he is still available in your league.  Only Adrian Beltre, Daniel Murphy, Danny Valencia, Mark Reynolds, Jose Bautista and Aramis Ramirez have been better over the past 14 days, and Sandoval is a safer bet than half of those guys.  Let us know who you would have to drop in order to pick up Pablo and we will let you know if its a smart move.

Player% OwnedH/AB*R1B2B3BHRRBISBBBFan Pts
Aramis Ramírez - ChC - 3B93%19/52148407120183
José Bautista - Tor - 3B,OF98%15/47125406100877
Mark Reynolds - Bal - 3B83%1458094107121972
Danny Valencia - Min - 3B10%17/5399413130070
Daniel Murphy - NYM - 1B,2B,3B,OF40%20/53814501130169
Adrián Béltre - Tex - 3B98%16/52108404110268
Pablo Sandoval - SF - 1B,3B87%20/618980391268

UPDATE(6/13): Kung Fu Panda is back in the Giants lineup

UPDATE (6/8): Pablo Sandoval is now playing in rehab games, as he targets Tuesday June 14th for his day to return from the DL and back in a Giants uniform.  In his 1st rehab game on Tuesday Sandoval homered and drove in 4 runs.

Kung Fu Panda will miss at least the next four weeks of the season with a broken hamate.  Sandoval was back to his 2009 days, hitting .313  with a .530 slugging percentage.  Pablo had played in 153, and 152 games the previous two seasons, and the Bay Area lineup card oddly read, Miguel Tejada 3B and Mike Fontenot SS today in the Giants 2-1 victory over the Nationals.  Third baseman Ryan Rohlinger got the call up  from Fresno.