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12/05/2010 - 8:04pm
Report: Adrian Gonzalez headed to Red Sox

The Red Sox have agreed on a deal to acquire San Diego slugger Adrian Gonzalez, according to Jon Heyman of, who adds that a press conference is expected to be held Monday to officially announce the trade. It isn't know who will be heading to the Padres in return, but multiple reports over the weekend indicated that Casey Kelly, Reymond Fuentes, and Anthony Rizzo will be dealt to San Diego. In addition, Heyman reports that the Red Sox will add about "seven years at about $23 million per" to Gonzalez's $6 million salary for 2011, but he adds that "no extension will be announced yet." ('s Alex Speier says that it's the prudent thing for the Sox to wait on...

12/05/2010 - 6:32pm
BC to play in Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

Boston College is going back to San Francisco for its bowl game where the Eagles will play Nevada in the newly-named Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl (formerly the Emerald Bowl) on Jan. 9. The Eagles lost to USC last season in the game that is played at AT&T Park.


The Eagles won five straight games to finish the season 7-5 and become bowl eligible and run their consecutive bowl-appearance streak to 12 years, the sixth-longest streak in the nation. They will have a tough test with Nevada who went 12-1 this season and beat Boise State, handing the Broncos their only loss. The Wolf Pack are ranked 13th in the Associated Press poll.

12/05/2010 - 5:49pm
Reports: A's withdraw offer to Beltre

According to tweets from both ESPN's Buster Olney and Ken Rosenthal of, the Oakland A's have withdrawn their offer to free agent third baseman Adrian Beltre. It had been reported that the A's were offering Beltre a five-year deal worth upwards of $60 million. Both Olney and Rosenthal wrote that the A's grew frustrated of waiting for an answer from Beltre, especially after he had rejected their three-year proposal last offseason.'s Jon Paul Morosi also Tweeted that Beltre's agent, Scott Boras, says interest is "plentiful." For more Red Sox coverage, see the team page at

12/05/2010 - 4:52pm
Werth signs with Nationals
By: DJ Bean

Free agent outfielder Jayson Werth has agreed to sign with the Washington Nationals, according to the team's web site. Sports Illustrated's Jon Heyman has tweeted that Werth, a client of Scott Boras, will get a seven-year deal worth $126 million


The Red Sox were believed to be interested in Werth, as they met with him and Boras last week. Fox Sports wrote Friday that that "many in the industry" saw Boston as the favorite to sign the former Blue Jays, Dodgers and Phillies outfielder. Last season, Werth hit .296/.388/.532 with 26 homers and 85 RBI. 


For more on the Red Sox, visit their team page at

12/05/2010 - 3:34pm
Report: Gonzalez to Sox still possible
By: DJ Bean

Despite the 2 p.m. deadline for the Red Sox to negotiate a contract with Adrian Gonzalez passing, the deal to acquire the slugger could go down, according to a tweet from Fox Sports' Jon Morosi. A source familiar with the negotiations told Morosi that the deal is "not done yet."


Peter Gammons of NESN and the MLB Network tweeted that deal is "off but not entirely." Gammons added that Gonzalez is set to leave Boston at 4:30 p.m. 

Sports Illustrated's Jon Heyman tweeted following the deadline that the trade had fallen through because an extension wasn't inked. Even without extending Gonzalez, the Sox could still acquire him in the deal that would send Casey Kelly, Reymond Fuentes, and Anthony Rizzo to San Diego. Gonzalez is entering the final year...

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