Nov. 10 offseason roundup: Red Sox creation fill-in plans
In essence, a prohibited stove is still heating up, so Sunday was another delayed one in terms of tangible goings-on. However, here’s some skip and “light news” to means us until a giveaway agents start putting ink to agreement …
•Right-hander Kip Wells has strictly late after tools of 12 major-league seasons with 9 opposite teams (Jerry Crasnick around Twitter).
•WEEI’s Rob Bradford reports that a Red Sox have A.J. Pierzynski in mind in box their skeleton for Brian McCann don’t bear fruit.
•Speaking of a Red Sox and strait plans, Nick Cafardo of a Boston Globe reports that a champs might aim Mark Trumbo in trade should they be incompetent (or unwilling) to compensate a going rates for giveaway representative initial baseman Mike Napoli.
•David Lennon of Newsday tweets that a Mets will shortly accommodate with Scott Boras to discuss, many notably, Shin-Soo Choo and Stephen Drew.
•Would A.J. Burnett cruise signing a pro-rated “Roger Clemens”-style agreement with a Pirates? That’s Tom Singer’s idea.
•Cardinals GM John Mozeliak tells Jim Bowden that he’d be peaceful to partial with immature pitching in sequence to get a “young, controllable shortstop.”
•The Yankees are approaching to pursue giveaway representative catcher Brian McCann. As David O’Brien records on Twitter, even if they don’t captivate him to a Bronx, they’ll expostulate a cost adult for whoever signs him.
•Per Joel Sherman, Nationals 3B manager Trent Jewett is expected to join Lloyd McLendon’s staff as dais manager of a Mariners.
•The Rockies have seductiveness in SP Tim Hudson and C Carlos Ruiz, reports Troy Renck of a Denver Post.