The Boston Red Sox have agreed to a record seven-year, $217 million contract with left-handed pitcher David Price, one of the top starting pitchers available in the free agent market, The Boston Globe reported on Tuesday.
The Red Sox and free agent pitcher David Price have agreed to a seven-year, $217 million contract, the Boston Globe reports. The $31 million average annual value is the largest in Major League history. Miguel Cabrera's 8-year extension...Show More Summary
The stove’s hot: David Price is going to the Red Sox for a buttload of cash, according to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe. Read more...
The Boston Red Sox have agreed to a seven-year $216 million contract with pitcher David Price, the Boston Globe reported Tuesday. The deal is the largest ever for a pitcher in Major League Baseball. Price, 30, will be playing for his fourth team going into his ninth season. Price is a five-time All-Star, who won the […]
The Boston Red Sox more than made amends after losing out on left-hander Jon Lester to the Chicago Cubs last December. According to the Boston Globe, the Red Sox and marquee free-agent left-hander David Price agreed on a seven-year, $217 million contract. Price, 30, was considered with Zack Greinke...
David Price has reached an agreement on a seven-year, $217-million deal with the Boston Red Sox, according to The Boston Globe. Price was 18-5 with an AL-leading 2.45 ERA last season with the Detroit Tigers and Toronto Blue Jays. Acquired by the Blue Jays at the trade deadline, Price went 9-1 with...
Left-handed ace David Price reportedly signed with the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday. The new deal is reportedly for seven years and worth $217 million. Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe first reported the agreement was in place. Ken Rosenthal...Show More Summary
The ace pitcher moves from one AL East team to another. David Price and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to a seven-year contract worth $217 million, according to a report by Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe on Tuesday afternoon. Price...Show More Summary
The city of Hamburg, Germany and its residents have rejected its bid to host the 2024 Olympics after a referendum on Sunday, according to the Boston Globe. A majority of 51.6% of Hamburg’s residents voted no, citing the large expense the Games would incur on the city. Show More Summary
"Spotlight" is a compelling movie. It shows us how one puzzle is solved, but asks us to solve another. Ostensibly it is a fine suspense drama about how Boston Globe reporters investigated and reported on clerical sexual abuses. But ultimately...Show More Summary
There was no bigger rumor coming out of the Thanksgiving break than a report from the Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo that Boston is trying to move Hanley Ramirez and has targeted three American League clubs—Baltimore, Los Angeles and Seattle—as...Show More Summary
Explorator 18.32 ~ November 29, 2015 | Explorator https://t.co/PrfFfCgjUR — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) November 29, 2015 The case of the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife still isn’t closed – The Boston Globe https://t.co/9kFx8IoO08 — rogueclassicist...Show More Summary
The Boston Globe didn't ask me (I'm easy to get a hold of, Boston Globe!), but I'll be bold enough to answer the questions it asked in a recent story about how parents can navigate the turbulent waters of the youth sports world. There is all sorts advice about being [...]
Hanley Ramirez, after just one season with the Boston Red Sox, could be on the move again this offseason. Continue for updates. Ramirez Reportedly on the Trade Block Sunday, Nov. 29 According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, "there’s...Show More Summary
Boston Globe, Harvard Law Librarian Arrested on Child Sex Charges During Trip to Colorado Ben Bratman (Pittsburgh), Improving the Performance of the Performance Test: The Key to Meaningful Bar Exam Reform, 83 UMKC L. Rev. 565 (2015) Angela Drake (Professor) & Stacey Nicks (Student), Perspectives on the Veterans Clinic Model...
Following up on my prior posts: Students Demand Harvard Law School Remove Slaveholding Imagery From Its Seal (Nov. 3, 2015) Harvard Law Students React To Vandalism On Portraits Of Black Law Profs (Nov. 23, 2015) Boston Globe op-ed: Harvard Law School Alumni, Stop Donating, by Bianca Tylek (Harvard Law School...
The dispute between Boston College spokesman Jack Dunn and the makers of “Spotlight” is escalating. “Spotlight,” as you no doubt know, is a movie about The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting on the pedophile-priest scandal in the Catholic Church. For the past few days, starting with a Kevin Cullen column in Sunday’s Globe, Dunn has been making […]
Likening Donald Trump to a summer fling, members of the GOP establishment are banding together in an effort to defeat the leading presidential candidate, The Boston Globe reports.
Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Michael Kranish will be an investigative political reporter at The Washington Post. Previously, he was deputy Washington bureau chief for The Boston Globe. (The Washington Post) John Geddes is now U.S. Show More Summary
Longtime Boston Globe reporter Michael Kranish is leaving for The Washington Post, where he will be reunited with former Globe editor Marty Baron, now the Post’s executive editor. Kranish is currently deputy chief of the Globe’s Washington bureau. Here’s the Post’s announcement: We’re thrilled to announce that Michael Kranish will join The Washington Post as […]