As a report about league-wide interest At Xander Bogaerts, there was concern among Red Sox fans that the star shortstop was leaving the only Major League Baseball organization he had ever known.
But according to reports from multiple MLB insiders on Wednesday, Boston is still playing a very important role in winning the Bogaerts sweepstakes. In fact, a four-time All-Star left for the franchise that signed him in 2009 might be the most likely outcome.
Jon Heyman of The New York Post has sparked hopes for a deal between Bogaerts and the Red Sox. In “Heavy Controversy”. MLB Network’s John Morosi believes Boston will eventually find a deal To keep the 30-year-old wearing the uniform he’s been wearing since 2013.
Note that the Red Sox will probably have to fend off some stiff competition if they want to keep Bogaerts.San Diego Padres Reportedly ‘Pivot’ A native of Alba, named after Trea Turner Signed with the Philadelphia Phillies the San Francisco Giants focus on bogaerts After watching Aaron Judge Rematch with the New York YankeesUnder the Radar Candidates, like the Arizona Diamondbacksmay also try to spend money on Boston to sign Bogaerts.
That said, the Red Sox front office want to keep bogaerts For a while now, the group seems to be taking real steps to make that happen.