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DANIEL NAVA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Daniel Nava Designated For Assignment, May Never Smell Fenway Franks Again

In a small Nor’easter of moves today, the Boston Red Sox DFA’d Daniel Nava. Nava was once an important piece of the 2013 championship team, which feels like 1993 after being rusted and cracked by the suffering of the last season and a half. Back in 2007, the Sox purchased the rights to Nava’s contract from the Chico Outlaws of the Independent Golden Baseball League for a mere...
Via Baseball Essential
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox outfielder Daniel Nava designated for assignment

BOSTON (AP) The Boston Red Sox have designated outfielder Daniel Nava for assignment in a move to add pitching depth. The Red Sox recalled right-handed reliever Jonathan Aro from Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday to take Nava's place. Boston also optioned left-handed reliever Tommy Layne to Triple-A to make room for right-hander Jean Machi, who was claimed off waivers from San Francisco...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Designate Daniel Nava For Assignment

As we suggested might happen back in mid-July, Daniel Nava was designated for assignment by the Red Sox today. If this is truly the end of his Red Sox career, there will be many good memories. For example, Nava was just the fourth MLB player ever to hit a grand slam in his first major league at bat—and just the second to do it on the very first pitch he saw in the bigs. In the...
Via FenwayNation
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox activate Daniel Nava from disabled list

On Tuesday night, the Boston Red Sox activated Daniel Nava from the disabled list and optioned shortstop, Deven Marrero, back down to Triple-A Pawtucket. Nava is one of the more interesting stories in baseball. Nava’s first attempt at making a College baseball team led to him being their equipment manager for two years instead. The Independent League team that he ended up playing...
Via OutsidePitchMLB
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Has "The Daniel Nava Era" Ended In Boston?

End Of 'The Daniel Nava Era'?Think hard. Recall some guy named Daniel Nava who used to play for the Boston Red Sox? You know, kind of an "extra effort" guy who got the most out of his talents? Good with fans and the media? An occasional flair for the dramatic? Two career grand slams? You know, that all-around nice guy? So, where the heck is he? Actually, Boston put Nava on the disabled...
Via FenwayNation
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Daniel Nava ‘Grateful’ For Career: New Red Sox Contract ‘Means A Lot’

This embed is invalid" /> Daniel Nava started from the bottom. Now, he’s a millionaire. Nava avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract with the Boston Red Sox reportedly worth $1.85 million. It represents the first seven-figure contract of Nava’s career, which is a big deal considering the Red Sox once purchased the outfielder...
Via NESN.com
January 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Daniel Nava Still Humble As Future With Boston Red Sox Remains Unclear

This embed is invalid" /> Daniel Nava is about to parlay the Boston Red Sox’s $1 gamble into a contract in excess of $1 million. The Red Sox purchased Nava from the Chico Outlaws of the independent Golden Baseball League for $1 back in 2008. Now, the veteran outfielder is arbitration-eligible for the first time in his major league career and MLB...
Via NESN.com
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox’s Daniel Nava Thinking About Giving Up Switch-Hitting In 2015

This embed is invalid" /> It’s a new year, which means it’s time for resolutions. Some people have given up smoking. Others have ditched drinking (soda or booze). And millions undoubtedly have vowed to exercise more. Boston Red Sox outfielder Daniel Nava, meanwhile, is thinking about doing away with switch-hitting as he prepares for the 2015 Major...
Via NESN.com
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Roster changes and outlook for 2014

The Boston Red Sox are heading into this season looking to accomplish a feat performed only three times in the history of Major League Baseball; that is, to win the world World Series in back-to-back years. Just like last year, the Red Sox lineup is a group of “grinders” with a range of personalities and talents that were able to transform the club from a 69-93 team of overpaid...
Via isportsweb.com
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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