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Winter’s Cold, The Hot Stove is Too

Winter’s Cold, The Hot Stove is Too

Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/ In this episode of the Red Seat Podcast, Keaton, Bob, and Jake discuss the slow moving offseason and Ryan Brasier and his nine lives. On this episode of the show, this glorious three man booth guides you through the transactions that have already happened and those that we hope will happen. We discuss James Paxton opting in, the qualifying offers given to Xander Bogaerts and Nathan Eovaldi, the players protected from the rule 5 draft, and other roster moves. We then preview the Winter Meetings taking place between December 4-7th....
That Balls Outta Here Nov 17, 2022

Nathan Eovaldi a potential target for Phillies starting rotation

Xander Bogaerts might not be the only Red Sox player Phillies executive Dave Dombrowski could pursue. The Philadelphia Phillies starting rotation shined for most of the postseason — with stellar performances from Zack Wheeler and Ranger Suárez. It would be huge for the pitching staff to receive some help with the addition of another arm, especially […] Nathan Eovaldi a potential target for Phillies starting rotation - That Balls Outta Here - That Balls Outta Here - Philadelphia Phillies News, Rumors, and Fan Community
NESN.com Nov 16, 2022

Five Under-The-Radar Free Agents Red Sox Could Target This Offseason

The Red Sox figure to be active this Major League Baseball offseason. But keep in mind: There’s more than one way to skin a cat. While most headlines will center around Boston’s own free agents (namely Xander Bogaerts and Nathan Eovaldi) and the biggest names available on the open market (Aaron Judge, Carlos Correa, Trea […] The post Five Under-The-Radar Free Agents Red Sox Could Target This Offseason appeared first on NESN.com.
Over the Monster Nov 16, 2022
OTM Open Thread 11/16: It is Wednesday

OTM Open Thread 11/16: It is Wednesday

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports No surprises Happy Wednesday. Listening to feedback from the comments, today’s Xander Bogaerts picture is a real throwback! Both Xander and Nathan Eovaldi declined their qualifying offer to explore free agency. Former Red Sox pitcher Martin Pérez and outfielder Joc Pederson were the only players to accept the QO this winter. Now we wait to see what happens. The Angels and Yankees already made free agent signings and the Tampa Bay Rays have made some trades. What will the first move be for the Red Sox? Talk about what you want and be good...
NESN.com Nov 15, 2022

Xander Bogaerts, Nathan Eovaldi Reject Red Sox Qualifying Offers

The Boston Red Sox last week extended qualifying offers to Xander Bogaerts and Nathan Eovaldi. According to multiple reports Tuesday, both players rejected the offers — each valued at $19.65 million over one year — and therefore remain free agents with the Major League Baseball offseason in full swing. The Red Sox now will receive […] The post Xander Bogaerts, Nathan Eovaldi Reject Red Sox Qualifying Offers appeared first on NESN.com.
Over the Monster Nov 15, 2022
OTM Open Thread 11/15: It is Tuesday

OTM Open Thread 11/15: It is Tuesday

Photo By Winslow Townson/ Deadline day Happy Tuesday. The first deadlines of the offseaon are here and ready to ignite the hot stove. At 4 PM ET players given a qualifying offer must make a decision to accept or reject the one-year contract. Nathan Eovaldi might accept and Xander Bogaerts definitely will not. The Red Sox have been in touch with Eovaldi about a multi-year deal as well. At a hair under $20 million it’s possible Eovaldi looks to have a healthy year and then hit free agency again in 2023. Minor leaguers must also be added to the 40-man roster to remain...
Lone Star Ball Nov 14, 2022
Poll: Should Texas sign Nathan Eovaldi?

Poll: Should Texas sign Nathan Eovaldi?

Photo by Kathryn Riley/ Would you want the Rangers to sign Nathan Eovaldi to a two year, $30 million deal? Free agent projections are out from Fangraphs and ESPN, and so it is that time again — time for the “should the Rangers sign This Player?” series of offseason polls. Today we are looking at Boston Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi. At Fangraphs, Ben Clemens has Eovaldi at 3 years, $51 million, while the Median Crowdsource is at 2 years, $30 million. Kiley McDaniel at ESPN has him at 2 years, $30 million. We are going to go with the McDaniel/median projection...
Over the Monster Nov 14, 2022
OTM Open Thread 11/14: It is Monday

OTM Open Thread 11/14: It is Monday

Photo by Maddie Malhotra/Boston Red Sox/ The first shoe? Happy Monday. We might be close to, you know, news! Per source, the Red Sox have indeed made a multi-year offer to Nathan Eovaldi. Doesn’t mean deal is imminent. (@Marino_Pepen @BostonStrong_34 first to report Sox were preparing such an approach)— Rob Bradford (@bradfo) November 13, 2022 Strong emphasis on the might. This could be the first show to drop or an offer that doesn’t seal the deal. It’s hot stove season though! Talk about what you want and be good to one another.
Call to the Pen Nov 13, 2022

Boston Red Sox rumors: Long-term attempt to keep Nathan Eovaldi?

The Boston Red Sox have already extended a qualifying offer to starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi this offseason. Now it’s rumored that the Red Sox are doing even more to make sure the 32-year-old right-hander keeps calling Fenway Park home. Boston Red Sox rumors: A multi-year contract in the works for Nathan Eovaldi? According to a […] Boston Red Sox rumors: Long-term attempt to keep Nathan Eovaldi? - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NESN.com Nov 13, 2022

MLB Rumors: Red Sox Made Multi-Year Offer To Nathan Eovaldi

The Red Sox apparently are looking to keep Nathan Eovaldi in a Boston uniform. Boston has extended a multi-year contract offer to Eovaldi, as first reported by Marino Pepén on Saturday and confirmed by WEEI’s Rob Bradford on Sunday morning. Neither Pepén nor Bradford shed light on the details of the reported offer, and the […] The post MLB Rumors: Red Sox Made Multi-Year Offer To Nathan Eovaldi appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Nov 10, 2022

What Xander Bogaerts, Nathan Eovaldi Qualifying Offers Mean For Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox reportedly extended qualifying offers to shortstop Xander Bogaerts and pitcher Nathan Eovaldi. ESPN’s Jeff Passan on Thursday revealed the full qualifying offer list, which includes 12 other players in addition to the Red Sox free agents. The Boston Globe’s Alex Speier confirmed shortly after, citing sources, that the Red Sox extended […] The post What Xander Bogaerts, Nathan Eovaldi Qualifying Offers Mean For Red Sox appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Nov 9, 2022

Four Starting Pitchers Red Sox Could Target In MLB Free Agency

With the Boston Red Sox coming up short of postseason contention following their 2022 campaign, finishing last in the American League East division, there’s offseason work to be done in order to bounce back in 2023. The Red Sox have three members of last season’s starting rotation — Nathan Eovaldi, Michael Wacha and Rich Hill […] The post Four Starting Pitchers Red Sox Could Target In MLB Free Agency appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Nov 3, 2022

Nathan Eovaldi Free Agency: Case For Red Sox Re-Signing Veteran Starter

Nathan Eovaldi joined exclusive company this season when he became the 12th pitcher in Red Sox history to make three consecutive Opening Day starts. That streak could end in 2023, though, as Eovaldi is set to become a free agent as Boston enters a crucial Major League Baseball offseason in which it must answer several […] The post Nathan Eovaldi Free Agency: Case For Red Sox Re-Signing Veteran Starter appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Nov 3, 2022

Michael Wacha Free Agency: Case For Red Sox Banking On More Success

The Red Sox pitching staff was paced by a somewhat unlikely source in the 2022 Major League Baseball season. It wasn’t 2021 All-Star Nathan Eovaldi, who was in line to be Boston’s ace for the bulk of the campaign with Chris Sale sidelined. Nor was it Garrett Whitlock, who turned heads as a rookie and […] The post Michael Wacha Free Agency: Case For Red Sox Banking On More Success appeared first on NESN.com.

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