Red Sox Sign Chris Young

ChrisYoungIt would appear that the Red Sox and Chris Young have come to an agreement on a multi-year contract today.  The 32 year old outfielder had a decent year last year with the Yankees with a slash line of .252/.320/.453 and 7 home runs.  Most of his production at this point comes against left handed pitching and will likely land in a platoon role in Boston.  Young will likely spend most of his time as a corner outfielder as the Red Sox already have several quality center-field candidates on the roster.  Details on the contract have not been released, however it is believed to be a multi-year deal.  Young made 2.5 mil last season in New York.

ScoutsEdit: It appears to be a two year deal worth 13 mil.

9 thoughts on “Red Sox Sign Chris Young

      • Socratic….you know that I like you, but Ben Cherington does not represent the Sox any more than I do at this point. I have been waiting for someone else to correct you for weeks, as we have journalistic integrity involved, but fuck it, Ben doesn’t work there anymore..there, I said it..but all of our post writers should have called you out for this before and now I have to be the bad guy!😬

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  1. This signing just sets the table for the huge trade that will happen during the Winter Meetings — Betts for Schwarber.

    Cubs get the longterm solution at CF and leadoff hitter they need, and Boston gets their DH (and occasional LF) of the future.

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