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It’s rare nowadays to see a player stay with one team throughout his entire career. Dustin Pedroia might be on the path to becoming such a player. Pedroia and the Red Sox are discussing a long-term contract extension that could exceed $100 million and keep the four-time All-Star in Boston for the foreseeable future, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan. The contract reportedly would make Pedroia the game’s highest-paid second baseman. Passan reports that while the two sides must still bridge a gap in dollars and years, both parties are motivated to make a deal. The general framework of the contract, according to Passan, could be an annual salary of around $20 million for five or six years, which is in line with the six-year, $100 million extension that Evan Longoria signed with the Rays this past offseason. Pedroia is under contract for two more years after this season. He is slated to make $10 million in 2014, and the Red Sox hold an $11 million club option for 2015. But the Red...
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We have heard rumors that the Boston Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia have progressed in talks about a contract extension. Well, those rumors are true, and they are in fact making progress on getting one done.
According to an industry source, the Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia
are have made “progress” in talks to sign the second baseman to a
contract extension. Talks have between...
According to YAHOO! Sports, the Red Sox are primed to offer Dustin Pedroia a $100 million contract extension that would make him the game's highest-paid second baseman. The deal would reportedly keep The Muddy Chicken in Carmine Hose well into the next decade. The pact is said to be in the range of $20 million per year for a term of five or six years. This would be the best move...
Even though he still has two more years left on his contract, Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia could soon cash in on a very lucrative extension. Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan reports that the Red Sox have offered Pedroia a contract extension that would pay the second baseman approximately $100 million over five or possibly six years.
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The Boston Red Sox are currently talking with second baseman Dustin Pedroia about a long-term contract extension that would keep Pedroia in Boston through at least the 2020 season.
Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports reports that both sides are working towards getting the deal done this season. Passan says the "general framework of the contract could...
According to a report via Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports, the Boston Red Sox and their All-Star second baseman Dustin Pedroia, are holding contract extension talks that will make him one of the highest paid players in the game .
The Boston Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia are discussing a contract extension that could exceed $100 million, make him the game’s highest-paid second...
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The Boston Red Sox and second baseman Dustin Pedroia are closing on a contract extension.
According to major league sources, the Red Sox made a formal offer to Pedroia and his New York-based agents, Sam and Seth Levinson, over the All-Star break in New York.
Yahoo! Sports reported the deal could be in the $100 million range and...
What a first half it was. The Red Sox, who were all but written off in the AL East this season, find themselves with a modest 2.5 game lead over the Tampa Bay Rays in the AL East as we enter the unofficial half way point of the long season. While it’s the end of the year awards that mean the most, examining who has had a good and bad first half can be foreshadowing of things to...
During the all-star break, the Boston Red Sox and second baseman Dustin Pedroia were in talks regarding a contract extension that may be worth as much as $100 million. Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports is estimating the deal to be as long as five or six years, with a likely annual salary of $20 million. Pedroia is signed through next season at $10 million with the following year being...
According to multiple Sox beat writers the Red Sox are in the process of negotiating a long term extension with All-Star second Baseman and team leader Dustin Pedroia:
A #RedSox senior official confirms reports the team is negotiating with Dustin Pedroia on a long-term extension.
— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) July 19, 2013
Source: Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox making ‘progress’ in contract...
Welcome to the ninth edition of the “Fab Five,” our weekly look at the top five teams in Major League Baseball. With the second-half upon us, this week’s rankings will be based on the league’s best ballclubs performance through the first-half, as well as what improvements, if any, each team needs to make in order to turn their post-season dreams into a reality. At
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Chris Stewart was in the middle of all the big defensive plays in Saturday’s 5-2 win over the Red Sox at Fenway, but none stood out like his play in the eighth inning that helped protect a two-run lead.
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