Pablo Sandoval is headed to Boston, bumping Hanley Ramirez to an already crowded outfield and opening an array of options for a team trying to rebuilding its starting rotation.
The Boston Red Sox have reportedly agreed to terms with former San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval on a deal that could be worth as much as $100 million over five years. While Pablo Sandoval was hitting singles and doubles...Show More Summary
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The Dodgers' shortstop and best hitter for the last couple of years is taking his bat to the Red Sox at $22 million a year for four years.
Big headlines, but do they make the Red Sox front-runners in the AL East?
A person with knowledge of the deal says free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to a multiyear contract.
Shortstop Hanley Ramirez appears headed to the Red Sox for a reportedly five-year, $90 million agreement, according to FoxSports.com. The 2009 National League Batting champion turned down a qualifying offer with Los Angeles for $15.3 million propelling Ramirez into the field of MLB free agents searching for more lucrative long term contracts. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox on Monday signed free agent infielders Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval to long-term deals, giving the team the top two bats on the open market this offseason. Sandoval's deal is for a reported five years and $100 million, while Ramirez's is reportedly $88 million spread over four years. Show More Summary
The Red Sox signed Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval over the weekend, doing it because they could. There were about two good hitters on the open market, give or take, and the Red Sox reportedly snatched them both up. Welcome to the offseason. Show More Summary
After the Boston Red Sox reportedly signed not one but two major free agents — Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez — in the first big free agent coup of the 2014-15 Major League Baseball offseason this weekend, rumors are flying aboutShow More Summary
The stage for Jon Lester suddenly got bigger.
Sandoval's contract is for five years and worth a reported $100 million. Ramirez is expected to sign with Boston today.
It appears the Red Sox will not content themselves with just one premier free agent signing; credible reports have Boston inking both Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval to five-year deals, to be finalized as early as today. Read more...
The Red Sox didn't rest on the news of signing Haney Ramirez. They're reportedly addiing third baseman Pablo Sandoval as well. The Red Sox have signed free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval to a five-year contract, reports Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Show More Summary
UPDATE 7:42 A.M.: Well, that was fast, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com says Pablo Sandoval seems likely to be headed to Boston, as well: Sandoval has agreement to go to the red sox for 5 years, close to 100M — Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) November 24, 2014 ORIGINAL POST: Hanley Ramirez, the biggest name on the MLB […]
Free agent shortstop Hanley Ramirez has a new home, close to finalizing a five-year, $90 million contract with the Red Sox, per Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports and Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. Rosethal reported that Ramirez is headed...Show More Summary
Silent Hanley Ramirez, the talented shortstop who stopped talking to the media when it appeared he would not get his big contract with the Dodgers, maight be getting one anyway from the Boston Red Sox.
Another marquee free agent is headed to the American League East, and once again, he’s not coming to the Bronx.
San Francisco Giants free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval is reportedly being courted heavily by the perennial playoff contending Boston Red Sox and the San Diego Padres, a team that finished last in the National League in offense and is in dire need of rebuilding. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox, according to the latest offseason rumors, are one of three teams remaining in the running to sign Pablo Sandoval, the San Francisco Giants All-Star third baseman who has played a key role in all three of the Giants’ World Series championship runs in the last five years. Show More Summary