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Reports say the Red Sox will sign World Series winner Adam Duvall

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Reports say the Red Sox will sign World Series winner Adam Duvall

The Boston Red Sox have agreed to the terms of his contract with outfielder Adam Duvall to a one-year deal that will pay him at least $7 million, according to multiple reports. Reports indicate that Duvall’s contract is pending on a physical contract and includes up to an additional $3 million in Potential performance bonuses: Duvall, 34, will be in his 10th major league season, having played for the San Francisco Giants (2014), Cincinnati Reds (2015-18), Miami Marlins (2021) and Atlanta Braves (2018-20, 2021) -22) He was an All-Star with the Reds in 2016 and won a Gold Glove for the Braves in 2021, hitting . 228 with 38 homers and a NL-leading 113 runs batted in to help lead them to a World Series. Championship: Overall, Duvall has a career-high 230 home runs with 163 homers and 478 from the Indian Reserve. Duvall had a memorable game at Fenway Park on September 2, 2020, when he hit three homers and drove in five runs for the Braves in a 7-5 win on the Red Sox. Duvall’s addition would help the Red Sox move utility outfielder Kiké Hernandez from the outfield to the outfield, as they lost shortstop Xander Bogaerts to free agency and Bogaerts’ replacement, Trevor Story, to elbow surgery. Several key members of Boston’s 2018 World Series Championship squad chose to sign elsewhere in free agency. While the Bogarts went to the San Diego Padres, designated hitter J.D. Martinez signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers, right-handed pitcher Nathan Ivaldi signed with the Texas Rangers, and at the same time, the Red Sox signed all-star closer Kenley Jansen and outfielder Masataka Yoshida, a star player in the Nippon League. of Japanese professional baseball. Boston also signed All-Star Justin Turner, formerly of the Dodgers, and two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber. The biggest boost from the Red Sox’s offseason was the $331 million commitment to retain third All-Star Rafael Devers. Under contract with the team for the next 11 seasons, reports: Pham not returning to Boston One of the remaining Red Sox free agents reportedly has not re-signed with Boston Multiple reports indicate quarterback Tommy Pham has agreed to terms of a one-year, deal Worth $6 million with the New York Mets. The Red Sox acquired Pham, 34, in a deal with the Reds on Aug. 1, 2022. He played in 53 games for Boston last season, most of them at left field. 234 with 12 doubles, six homers and 24 RBI, the Red Sox’ only remaining lead is starting pitcher Michael Wacha. The 31-year-old signed with Boston in November 2021, and the right-hander led the team with an 11-2 record while posting a 3.32 earned run average and 104 strikeouts in 127 1/3 innings pitched. It was used in this report.

The Boston Red Sox have agreed terms to his contract with outfielder Adam Duvall to a one-year deal that will pay him at least $7 million, according to multiple reports.

Reports indicate that Duvall’s contract is effectively suspended and includes up to an additional $3 million in potential performance bonuses.

Duvall, 34, will be in his 10th major league season, having played for the San Francisco Giants (2014), Cincinnati Reds (2015-18), Miami Marlins (2021) and Atlanta Braves (2018-20, 2021-22).

He was an All-Star with the Reds in 2016 and won a Gold Glove for the Braves in 2021, hitting . 228 with 38 homers and a NL-leading 113 runs batted in to help lead them to a World Series.

In all, Duvall has a career . 230 average with 163 homers and 478 RBIs.

Duval made a memorable game at Fenway Park on September 2, 2020when he hit three homers and drove in five runs for the Braves in a 7-5 victory over the Red Sox.

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AP Photo/Charles Krupa

Atlanta Braves’ Adam Duvall (23) is congratulated by Travis d’Arnaud, after his second home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game, against the Boston Red Sox, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020, in Boston. On the right is Boston Red Sox catcher Kevin Blawicki.

The addition of Duvall will help the Red Sox move utility player Kiké Hernandez from the outfield to the infield, where they have it Shortstop Zander Bogaerts lost to free agency And Bogart’s replacement, Trevor Storey, for elbow surgery.

Several key members of Boston’s 2018 World Series squad chose to sign elsewhere in free agency. While the Bogarts went to the San Diego Padres, designated hitter J.D. Martinez signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and right-handed pitcher Nathan Ivaldi signed with the Texas Rangers.

Meanwhile, the Red Sox signed All star closer Kenley Jansen And Defender Masataka Yoshida, a star player in the Japanese Nippon Professional Baseball League. Boston also signed All-Star Player Justin Turnerformerly of the Dodgers, and two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber.

The biggest boost from the Red Sox’s offseason was the $331 million commitment to keep All-Star third baseman Rafael Devers under contract with the team for 11 seasons.

Reports: Pham will not be returning to Boston

One of the Red Sox’ remaining free agents reportedly did not re-sign with Boston.

Multiple reports indicate that outfielder Tommy Pham has agreed to the terms of a one-year, $6 million deal with the New York Mets.

The Red Sox acquired Pham, 34, in a deal with the Reds on August 1, 2022. He played in 53 games with Boston last season, mostly in left field, and hit .234 with 12 doubles, one six. Homers and 24 RBI.

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Boston Red Sox quarterback Tommy Pham, right, celebrates after hitting an RBI single during the 10th inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees, on Friday, August 12, 2022, in Boston.

The Red Sox’ only remaining client is shooting pitcher Michael Wacha. The 31-year-old signed with Boston in November 2021, and the right-hander led the team with an 11-2 record while posting a 3.32 earned run average and 104 strikeouts in 127 1/3 innings pitched.

Information from the Associated Press is used in this report.


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