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Boston Red Sox: Roster updates

The Boston Red Sox made two moves this week in an attempt to strengthen their bullpen. On Tuesday, the Red Sox traded away pitcher Anthony Ranaudo to the Texas Rangers in exchange for left-handed pitcher Robbie Ross. Staying active, Boston then signed right-handed pitcher Alexi Ogando to a one-year contract. These two moves were both made with an eye towards the bullpen. Ogando spent...
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February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Free agency fireworks end in fizzle for Craig Breslow

JARED WICKERHAM/GETTY IMAGESEric D. Schabell Contributing Writer "In terms of the process, it was exciting, it was unsettling," was how Craig Breslow described his free agency experience that ended yesterday when he signed back with the Red Sox.Not exactly the enthusiasm of a player scoring his big deal by going out into the open market.Free agency was not a choice he made, but one...
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January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Sign Craig Breslow To One-Year Deal, Designate Catcher Dan Butler

The Boston Red Sox finally made it official. The team signed left-handed reliever Craig Breslow to a one-year deal, the club announced Monday. Breslow’s agent, Bob Baratta, told ESPN Boston on Dec. 19, the two sides agreed to a deal worth $2 million. The Red Sox initially declined to pick up their one-year, $4 million option on Breslow back in October, as he came off his worst...
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January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Craig Breslow Recounts ‘Exciting’ Free-Agent Journey Back To Red Sox

This embed is invalid" /> Craig Breslow’s offseason has been far from ordinary. Breslow, who recently agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract with the Red Sox, dived into free agency after Boston initially decided not to exercise the left-hander’s $4 million option. He dived in with both feet, making personal sales pitches to interested teams...
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January 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Craig Breslow Signing Will Require Roster Move

Breslow—(FenwayNation Photo)Assuming that lefty reliever Craig Breslow passes his physical on Monday, the Red Sox will have to free up a spot on their 40-man roster to accommodate his signing. According to WEEI.com's Rob Bradford, the most cuttable suspects are: pitcher Drake Britton or catcher Dan Butler. Britton is out of options, so he would likely be the choice—but a trade...
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January 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Craig Breslow Returns To Sox On 1-YR Deal

(FenwayNation Photo)At least the Red Sox clubhouse will be a little smarter now. Yale grad Craig Breslow re-signed with Boston yesterday on a one-year, $2 million deal. Breslow helps fill the left-handed void in the bullpen—and, hopefully, will revert to his pre-2014 form. While the all-Yale battery is no longer possible with the departure of Ryan Lavarnway (who has bounced all...
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December 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Agent: Reliever Craig Breslow, Red Sox Agree To One-Year, $2M Contract

Craig Breslow will return to the Boston Red Sox on a one-year, $2 million contract, the left-handed reliever’s agent, Bob Baratta, told ESPN Boston on Friday night. Baratta said the deal is pending a physical. WEEI cited an industry source in first reporting Friday that Breslow and the Red Sox had agreed to terms. The Red Sox haven’t confirmed any agreement...
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December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Ex-Red Sox Craig Breslow Met With Mets At MLB Winter Meetings

This embed is invalid" /> Craig Breslow’s market could start to develop now that fellow left-handed reliever Andrew Miller is off the board. Breslow is coming off a disappointing season with the Boston Red Sox, but the veteran southpaw has a track record of major league success. That success apparently was enough to catch the New York Mets’ attention...
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December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Citi Field is Not for Craig Breslow

As the Winter Meetings approach, we know that the Mets are interested in left-handed smart guy, Craig Breslow. The Yale alum pitched to a staggering 5.96 ERA in Boston last season over 54.1 innings of relief work. Of course, this followed a much more impressive campaign in 2013 when his ERA was a microscopic 1.81 on the season. The difference between his successful 2013 season,...
Via Mets Merized Online
December 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Breslow Is Realistic About His Return To Sox

(FenwayNation Photo)Craig Breslow is a wicked smart guy. After all, he went to Yale, you know. So, it's not really surprising that he's showing some dispassionate realism regarding a possible return to The Carmine Hose. The Red Sox will have five days after the World Series ends to pick up Breslow's $4 million option for 2015. In the words of Cosmo Kramer: "Not bloody likely". The...
Via FenwayNation
October 23, 2014  |  Discuss
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