Pablo Sandoval, Nicknamed Kung Fu Panda, is a professional baseball player from Venezuela who represents the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball as an infielder. He is a two-time All-Star and has won two World Series championships with the Giants. During this year’s World Series against the Detroit Tigers, Sandoval tied the record for most home runs. He joins Babe Ruth, Reggie Jackson and Albert Pujols as the only other players to accomplish this amazing feat.
Sandoval created the Panda Kids Foundation in the United States and the Hermanos Sandoval al Bate in Venezuela. The Panda Kids Foundation is focused on helping children in the United States, mostly in the San Francisco area. Hermanos Sandoval al Bate is committed to supporting the children of Venezuela by promoting lasting improvements in the lives of underprivileged children, especially those who are poor, disabled, sick, or in charitable need. It is Sandoval’s belief that by assisting these children, he is investing in their futures and the future of their community as a whole. Sandoval is also working with an organization called Positive Athlete to help promote positivity in America’s youth.