The blockbuster trade between the Sox and Dodgers last August will wrap up with the Red Sox paying $11.7 million to Los Angeles over the next three years.
A bar behind Fenway Park offered fans a chance to drop off their old Josh Beckett, Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford jerseys.
Trading Crawford, Gonzalez, and Beckett freed up a lot of space. What will the Red Sox do next?
Bill Shaikin of the LA Times joins Gresh and Zolak to offer the West Coast perspective on the Red Sox-Dodgers blockbuster trade from over the weekend.
Gresh and Zo kick off Monday’s show with what else: the weekend’s blockbuster trade between the Red Sox and Dodgers.
You might think that the Dodgers just bought themselves a championship or two. But they didn’t. Why, you might be wondering? Let me count the ways.
The blockbuster deal between the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers is done.
The Boston Red Sox freed themselves from 260-million dollars in contracts over the coming years. Repeat that. The Boston Red Sox freed themselves of 260-million dollars!
With the Red Sox and Dodgers close to a blockbuster trade — in August — Dan Roche says it offers Boston a fresh start on a lot of fronts.
The Red Sox and Dodgers are reportedly closing in on a blockbuster deal that would send Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford and Nick Punto to Los Angeles, according to ESPNBoston’s Gordon Edes.