Pablo Sandoval underwent season-ending surgery Tuesday to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Red Sox manager John Farrell said on MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM that Pablo Sandoval's left shoulder surgery was scheduled for Tuesday morning.
Pablo Sandoval needs reconstructive surgery on his left shoulder, per ESPN's Buster Olney.
Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe hears from a source that Pablo Sandoval faces "significant" surgery on his left shoulder.
Pablo Sandoval will require surgery on his ailing left shoulder.
Pablo Sandoval indicated that the inflammation in his balky left shoulder has subsided.
According to WEEI's Rob Bradford, the Red Sox have been encouraged by Pablo Sandoval's "approach and results" toward dropping weight over the last two weeks.
Pablo Sandoval (shoulder) will have another visit with Dr. James Andrews in two weeks.
Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski said Friday that there's "a lot going on" with Pablo Sandoval's left shoulder and he could require surgery.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that Pablo Sandoval (shoulder) will receive a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews.
Pablo Sandoval's former trainer Ethan Banning said Sandoval needs a "baby sitter" to help him watch his weight.
Pablo Sandoval (shoulder) will undergo an MRI on Thursday.
According to Yahoo's Jeff Passan, Pablo Sandoval "wants to stay in Boston only if he can play every day."
Red Sox placed 3B Pablo Sandoval on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 11, with a left shoulder sprain.