7:55 PM EST, Thu December 25, 2014
Fenway Nation Nov 25, 2014

Pablo Sandoval Deal Is Five Years, $95 Million

The first confirmation of specific terms for the Pablo Sandoval deal comes from CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman. His report cites a five-year, $95 million contract—less than the numbers that were being floated about in the last several hours (closer to $100 million). Thus, The PandaPact—along with the five-year, $90 million signing of Hanley Ramirez represents a commitment by the NOG of $185 million. Perhaps more significantly, it represents an abandonment of the Yawkey Way prohibition of contracts longer than three years. For perspective, The Evil Ones signed Jacoby Ellsbury to a...

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