Category: Boston Red Sox

Giants Sign Pablo Sandoval

After a disastrous two-and-a-half year stint with the Boston Red Sox, third baseman Pablo Sandoval has signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants, according to’s Jesse Sanchez. Sandoval is expected to join the team’s Triple-A affiliate at Sacramento, Sanchez adds. The Red Sox designated Sandoval for assignment last week and officially released the former World Series Most Valuable Player

Red Sox DFA Pablo Sandoval

The hype surrounding Pablo Sandoval’s highly-anticipated arrival in Beantown has cooled before it ever really begun. Friday, the Red Sox designated the 30-year-old for assignment, severing ties with the former World Series MVP just three years after inking him to a $95 million deal in free agency. Boston will now have 10 days to either trade or

Red Sox Release Allen Craig

The Allen Craig experiment in Boston is officially over. According to Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal, the Red Sox have released the veteran first baseman and outfielder. Craig was acquired back in 2014 along with Joe Kelly from the St. Louis Cardinals for John Lackey and minor league pitcher Corey Littrell. At the

Yankees, Red Sox Interested in Prado

Caught in the heat of battle for American League East supremacy, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are both seeking to bolsters their corner, the team’s mutual interest has reportedly pointed both in the direction of the Miami Marlins and Martin Prado.  According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, both clubs have “informed” the Marlins