Sandy Rosario

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 207
Bat: R
Throw: R
College: None
Birth Place: Salcedo, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Brawl overshadows Giants' shutout loss to Nationals
    NBCS Bay Area

    Brawl overshadows Giants' shutout loss to Nationals

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Drilled in the hip by a heater, Bryce Harper knew where this was headed. In a hurry, too. "You see red," he said. Enraged, the Washington slugger charged the mound, fired his helmet and traded punches to the head with reliever Hunter Strickland, setting off a wild brawl Monday during the Nationals' 3-0 win over the San Francisco Giants. "You never want to get suspended or anything like, but sometimes you just got to go and get them and can't hesitate," Harper said. "You either go to first base or you go after him and I decided to go after him." The two players have a history between them stemming from the 2014 playoffs. This flashpoint came in the eighth inning - with two outs,

  • CSN Philly

    Instant Replay: Reds 8, Phillies 4

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Clearwater Threshers pitcher Cole Irvin is a student of baseball, but maybe the word “student” – simply stated and in its base meaning – describes the young left-hander best. A graduate of the University of Oregon who completed his undergraduate degree in sociology in just 3½ years, Irvin has applied a studious, methodical approach to his work on the mound, where he starred as a freshman and senior for the Ducks as a regular Friday night starter. His 2014 collegiate season was marred by Tommy John surgery, but he reflects on it now as being an important part of him staying in college and obtaining his degree. He remained in Eugene another semester after getting drafted

  • SF Giants Minor Lines, 5/29/17
    McCovey Chronicles

    SF Giants Minor Lines, 5/29/17

    A No-Hitter! 9 innings of No-Hit ball! First, the first 9-inning Perfect Game in the SAL League, and now Giant’s pitchers have thrown… Oh, hold on…wait…I’m getting an update. The Giants were on the wrong end of 9 innings of no-hit ball. Oh. Hold on…wait….you might as well just keep reading. I’ll fill in the details by the time you reach that spot. Sacramento Hitters Sacramento Pitchers You can’t wait too long to start your offense. Today, Sacramento waited until the 6th inning and they were down by six runs, and they fell just short. And behind it all, a rough start by the Giants’ top prospect, Tyler Beede. Beede matched his season-high of runs allowed with six, and though he didn’t give up any