Found November 18, 2012 on
The hot stove is heating up and the Red Sox have been rumored to be in on many of the top free agents. With needs all over the field, Boston will surely have an active offseason.
If you’re wondering who the team might be interested in and how the Red Sox will look come Spring Training, send your questions to Tom Caron and Nick Cafardo for a chance to get them answered on NESN’s Red Sox Now on Wednesday at 6 p.m.
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Even though free-agent outfielder Cody Ross is reportedly seeking a three-year contract, if the Boston Red Sox
were to offer him slightly less -- say, in the range of two years and
$16 million -- it could...
The Boston Red Sox have some level of interest in a pair of
shortstops that are thought to be available, free agent Stephen Drew and
Asdrubal Cabrera of the Cleveland Indians, reports Nick Cafardo of the Boston
The Red Sox have been tied to several shortstops this
offseason, as it appears they are not confident crowing prospect Jose Iglesias
as their starting...
What has become of Daisuke Matsuzaka? The once highly-touted Japanese import has struggled in recent years, posting a 5.53 earned run average since 2009. Due to this, the interest for him is extremely low.
However, don’t expect Matsuzaka to go unsigned this winter. While he is certainly a gamble, he’s worth the risk for teams with restricted payrolls.
Although the past week has been a busy one for player movement, the Red Sox have stayed relatively quiet in terms of transactions, with their only move being the signing of catcher David Ross to a 2-year, $6.2 million deal. They have been active in talks over the past few days, and here’s a recap [...]