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The Giants haven't made a final offer to free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, assistant general manager Bobby Evans told MLB Network Radio on Sunday morning.
The Giants reportedly made a five-year, $90 million offer to Sandoval on November 18, according to BayAreaSportsGuy.com.
Sandoval received a five-year, $95 million offer from the Boston Red Sox on Friday, according to The Boston Globe.
On Saturday, the Padres reportedly came in with the highest offer, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.
Bobby Evans #Giants just told us that they at no time have said that they have made a “Final Offer” to Pablo XM 89— Jim Bowden (@JimBowden_ESPN) November 23, 2014
Evans spoke by phone on Yahoo! SportsTalk Live on November 20 to discuss the Sandoval's free agency.
"We've stayed in regular contact," Evans said.
Evans expects a decision from Sandoval soon.
"My sense of listening to Pablo's representatives would probably put this at a conclusion prior to Thanksgiving, and maybe sooner than that. Pablo and his representatives wants to be clear on what his opportunities are elsewhere as well as their opportunity here. And then ultimately where the best fit is and what the best offer is," Evans said.