The Red Sox have been active in exploring possible ways to fill out their infield, reaching out to a number of free agents to express varying degrees of interest. A pair of versatile players -- Mark DeRosa and Adam Kennedy -- have been among the group of players whom the Sox have contacted about coming to Boston.
DeRosa has been a starting second baseman in the past, but spent almost all of last year as a corner infielder and outfielder. Kennedy had been primarily a second baseman throughout his career, though he started 82 games at third base for the A's last year and 50 at second base. Still, he would be a possibility at second base if the Sox moved Dustin Pedroia to shortstop.
The Boston Herald (which first reported on the Sox' contact with Kennedy) has also reported that the Sox have contacted the representatives for Bobby Crosby.
For more on Kennedy and DeRosa, visit the Full Count blog.
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