Pablo Sandoval agreed to a five-year contract worth close to $100 million with the Boston Red Sox, according to a CBS Sports report early Monday morning.
However, soon after that news surfaced, ESPN Boston reported that the story was not accurate.
And Giants assistant general manager Bobby Evans made it clear Monday morning that nothing is official yet.
"Just before I got on the line with you, I was back and forth with his agent, and he's vehemently denying the reports," Evans told KNBR 680-AM. "He says that I'll be the first to know whatever Pablo decides to do.
"He promises me Pablo will make a decision today. He's adamant that he has not made a decision yet, and that the reports are inaccurate."
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Evans also provided an update on where they stand with Sandoval and his representation:
"We talked to Pablo yesterday and as well as his agent, and just informed them from the beginning that we would stay involved in the bidding up until the end, but ultimately we told him we have a final offer and we want to make it when they are ready to entertain it.
"They have not asked for that final offer. Our assessment of the situation is that Pablo is really trying to decide where he wants to be before he tries to close out a negotiation.
"I have to take the agent at his word and that's all I can do right now."
More to come...