Red Sox offseason overview - with the Boston Globe's Gordon Edes
The Sox are expected to look at Drew to replace Trot Nixon in right field, according to the Globe's Nick Cafardo. Drew opted out of the final three years of a contract with the Dodgers that would have paid him a guaranteed $33 million. Drew hit .283 with 20 home runs and 100 RBIs last season. Two years ago, Drew was coming off a season with the Braves in which he was one of the best players in baseball: he hit .305 with 31 HRs, 118 runs scored and 93 RBIs.
Late entrant: J.D. Drew
The Sox are expected to look at Drew to replace Trot Nixon in right field, according to the Globe's Nick Cafardo. Drew opted out of the final three years of a contract with the Dodgers that would have paid him a guaranteed $33 million. Drew hit .283 with 20 home runs and 100 RBIs last season. Two years ago, Drew was coming off a season with the Braves in which he was one of the best players in baseball: he hit .305 with 31 HRs, 118 runs scored and 93 RBIs.
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