It's been a rough 2015 season for Pablo Sandoval.
The former Giants third baseman is hitting .245 with 10 home runs and 47 RBI over 126 games.
Back in June, he was benched for using Instagram during a game.
In late July, CSN New England Red Sox Insider Sean McAdam wrote a column entitled, "Sandoval's conditioning continues to be problem."
A week prior, Boston Herald columnist Steve Buckley wrote a critical article with a headline: "Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval must go."
And on Sunday, after racing home from third on a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning, Sandoval left the game because of "lightheadedness."
On Monday morning, McAdam weighed in once again on Sandoval's on-going weight issues.
Here's an excerpt:
"I've lost track of the number of games from which Sandoval has been removed this season for either "dehydration" or "lightheadedness."
This is not typical for a professional athlete. We aren't talking about a pulled muscle or a turned ankle. Sandoval has been removed for being dehydrated or lightheaded and that signals the obvious -- Sandoval isn't in shape."
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