Word Usage: Last night there was a Sandoval when Pablo Sandoval committed an throwing error, catching error, and a ground ball error.
Word History: There really isn't a word history, since I made this word up last night. Pablo Sandoval committed three errors last night for the Giants against the Angels. He killed the Giants at first base last night by committing a throwing, catching, and ground ball error. I have never seen anything like it, and may not see anything like it again. If you know of an instance where this has happened before, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will update this post.
What's the difference between an Sandoval and a Emilio?: Glad you asked. An Emilio is a player who commits an UN-Godly amount of errors over a season. A Sandoval is a player who commits three errors in a single game.