SouthernBoSox said:Anxious to see the numbers.
But he was the most important resign for this team IMO.
I'm anxious to see if there's any hip injury language in it.
Perhaps all the competition to sign him forced us to assume that risk. Would anyone insure a contract like this?
http://fullcount.weei.com/sports/boston/baseball/red-sox/2013/12/06/red-sox-agree-to-deal-with-mike-napoli/It is believed that the Red Sox did not have the best offer to the free agent — the Rangers were thought to have a larger contract on the table — but that the first baseman decided that he wanted wanted to retrun to the team and city where he thrived in 2013.
Theoretically. But I think he's going to keep kicking the tires on Kemp.Savin Hillbilly said:Nice work Ben.
So theoretically, other than maybe upgrading at UIF, his work is done, right?
Yep, and good for him. That's what he deserves for, not bitching, understanding the situation, and producing.Corsi said:
https://twitter.com/GordonEdes/status/409145580330299392Napoli comes to terms on 2 years, $32 million, source says. No option year. Left money on the table, source says. Texas came hard
Couldn't agree more. Didn't want to go three, but I'm happy with this deal. I'm ecstatic about his attitude about coming back.Bob Montgomery's Helmet Hat said:2/32 is terrific. Great job, Ben. And I love a guy who clearly wants to come back as much as Nap does.
vadertime said:40 Man is full, so a trade or DFA has to accompany the signing.
That would be one Uncle Dirt -- by no means a small move in my view. But I think he's the next to climb back aboard.LuckyBen said:This relieves me. Great signing by Ben. I see one more small move.
someoneanywhere said:That would be one Uncle Dirt -- by no means a small move in my view. But I think he's the next to climb back aboard.