Baseball is recovering from the biggest day of this off-season thus far. The Boston Red Sox were at the middle of a lot of the days news, even if they were not involved with the biggest name.
The Sox were considered the top bidders in the Roy Halladay sweepstakes and that the GMÆs winter meetings came and went with Halladay still donning the baby-blue uniforms came to some insiders as a surprise. When Curtis Granderson went to the New York Yankees in a three-team trade last week, many thought that that removed one a top competitors, as the Yankees gave up two young pitchers and a top prospect to land their new centerfielder.
But the Sox did not swing a deal for Halladay as the asking price was ultimately too high. The Philadelphia Phillies made the bi ...
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Article written by Chris Gubata