Red Sox rumors: Boston not finished making moves?

John Henry, the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox, said yesterday that he was not selling and that the front office may not be done making moves to improve the club this offseason, Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe reports.


The Red Sox have had an extremely busy offseason, as they’ve added several high-profile players, including Ryan Dempster, Mike Napoli, Stephen Drew, Koji Uehara and Shane Victorino. The team also re-signed David Ortiz and acquired other players such as Jonny Gomes, Mitch Maier, Lyle Overbay, David Ross, Drew Sutton and Ryan Sweeney.

With Michael Bourn signing with the Cleveland Indians yesterday, there aren’t many significant names remaining on the free agent market. While right-hander Kyle Lohse, the top free agent available, has been tied to the Red Sox, he doesn’t appear to be a fit for the club. Boston could afford the veteran, but they, like most other teams, are hesitant to surrender a first-round pick in order to sign him.


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3 Responses to Red Sox rumors: Boston not finished making moves?

  1. Isn't their first round pick within the top ten?

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  2. Final move: dump Larry Lucchino

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  3. It is protected. They would not have to give it up. They would get their sandwich pick or 2nd round pick

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