Red Sox Talk

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According to The Boston Herald, David Ortiz has received 'more than one offer' on the free-agent market and has 'lots of options' if he chooses to leave the Red Sox.
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The Boston Herald reported Saturday that Torey Lovullo has been eliminated from the Red Sox' managerial search, narrowing the choice to either Bobby Valentine or Gene Lamont.
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According to a Tweet by David Waldstein of the New York Times, the Blue Jays wanted Clay Buchholz as compensation if they were allow John Farrell to leave Toronto to manage the Red Sox, which -- of course -- ended the talks in their tracks. Click the link for more details.
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The Red Sox announce that they have offered arbitration to David Ortiz and Dan Wheeler. They did not offer arbitration to any of the other free agents, including Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek.
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Lou Merloni looks at the strengths and weaknesses of each of three known remaining candidates for the Red Sox manager's job.
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The MLB and MLBPA agreed to a new five-year collective bargaining agreement Tuesday. So how does it affect the Red Sox? Sean McAdam takes a look.
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When it comes to Bobby Valentine, there's a lot you've undoubtedly heard. Some of it may be true, some it may not be, and some of it may be a little twisted. Sean McAdam takes three examples and tells it like it is.

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