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
The free agent third baseman will reportedly choose his next team by Thanksgiving. The free agent sweepstakes for third baseman Pablo Sandoval appears to be coming close to an end. The San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox and incumbent San...Show More Summary
The hot-stove season is less than a month underway, but the Boston Red Sox have wasted no time stealing plenty of headlines. The Sox figured to be active players in the market this year, and the early rumors surrounding the team haven’t disappointed. Show More Summary
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Sandoval doesn't have a contract offer yet, but should soon. Free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval has departed Boston after visiting with the Red Sox, and doesn't have an offer in hand, but he expects to receive one per ESPN's Gordon...Show More Summary
Free agent southpaw Jon Lester, who reportedly has an offer on the table from the Boston Red Sox, has sold his home in Newton, Mass., for its asking price of $1.85 million.
Is it just a starting point or are they anticipating a hometown discount? Or both? The Boston Red Sox have offered free agent starting pitcher Jon Lester a six-year contract in the range of $110-120 million according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. It's an interesting dollar amount given the history of the Red Sox negotations with Lester. Show More Summary
At this point it's hard to picture anyone but Pablo Sandoval manning third base for the San Francisco Giants, as he's been at the middle of it all during the team's recent run of success. It's a reality that the team and its fans may...Show More Summary
In their attempt to return to glory, the Boston Red Sox are flirting with the past. A little more than a year removed from their last World Series title, the Red Sox are again trying to fill huge gaps in their roster. The team is inShow More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have several holes to fill as they try to rebound from a last-place season in 2014. While a trade or two is likely, the Red Sox will also look to bring in free agents to shore up their roster. Far and away, the biggest need Boston has is starting pitching. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have several obvious holes they need to fill if they wish to be competitive in 2015. They need to shore up their starting rotation. They need to add some arms to the bullpen. They could potentially look into acquiring...Show More Summary
If the Boston Red Sox can pry Pablo Sandoval away from the San Francisco Giants, it will be their biggest acquisition of the offseason. From the looks of recent reports, Boston's brain trust understands how valuable the Panda can be. Per...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox need Pablo Sandoval more than Sandoval needs the Red Sox. But that doesn't mean such a pairing wouldn't be a great match for both sides. The not-quite-former San Francisco Giants third baseman certainly could re-sign with the club with which he's won three titles in the past five seasons. Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants may be optimistic about re-signing third baseman Pablo Sandoval, but an East Coast team is going “all in” with an effort to sign the free agent. The Boston Red Sox are intently pursuing the Kung Fu Panda, ESPN.com’s Gordon Edes reports. Sandoval reportedly turned down a three-year, $40-million offer before the […]
The season for Boston Red Sox rumors has officially opened. With the Red Sox looking to pull off an instant rebuilding effort this offseason, the franchise — which always generates plenty of Hot Stove drama — appears poised to stage some of the most dramatic wheeling and dealing of the the club’s last few decades. Show More Summary
There is no denying that Pablo Sandoval is among the top free agents available this offseason. The Boston Red Sox are expected to be one of many teams interested in pursuing the third baseman. Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe first reported...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox need to shore up several areas of their club if they wish to compete in the AL East in 2015. While they’re rife with young, cost-controlled arms who profile as back-end starters or relievers, the Red Sox need to add starting pitching and impact relief arms. Show More Summary
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell is looking forward to seeing Japanese pitching sensation Shohei Otani during Major League Baseball's all-star postseason tour of Japan.
The Boston Red Sox have been viewed as a potential landing spot for Philadelphia Phillies ace for months. There's just one problem: Hamels' contract specifically forbids the Phillies from trading him to Boston without his permission....Show More Summary