Giants reportedly considering reunion with Pablo Sandoval, who sounds all for it

Hands down, Pablo Sandoval‘s five-year contract with the Red Sox will go down as one of the worst free-agent signings in baseball history. Boston will end up paying him $95 million to hit .237/.286/.360 (71 OPS+) with minus-2.0 WAR in 161 games. Ouch.

The Red Sox officially cut ties with Sandoval on Friday — they still owe him the remainder of his contract, which runs through 2019 — and at some point soon he will become a free agent able to sign with any team for the pro-rated portion of the league minimum. He just has to clear waivers first, which will definitely happen. No one is taking on that contract.

What’s next for Sandoval? Well, how about a return to the Giants? Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports says Kung-Fu Panda would love to return to San Francisco, and the Giants have kicked around the possibility. From Heyman:

People close to Sandoval say he would “love” to go back to the Giants, no matter what he said shortly after he exited San Francisco, where he had some memorably-spectacular October moments and also a few rocky times, as well.

As for the Giants, word is that some Giants people have spoken behind the scenes about the possibility, and they suggest it could be a consideration

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