Will the Red Sox meet the asking Price for David?

One way or another, David Price is going to cash in this offseason.

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Many believe Boston could be the frontrunner to land the prize of the free agent market, who might command a $210 million deal.

Sports Log

// Jordan Zimmermann, Tigers strike deal

The free-agent righthander reached an agreement on a five-year, $110 million contract — pending completion of a physical exam.

Peter Abraham | Beat writer’s notebook

// David Price would be right move for Red Sox

David Price will be expensive, but Dave Dombrowksi knows the Red Sox need a No. 1 pitcher.

// A night on the street teaches Yankees GM life lessons

Brian Cashman and other New York City executives slept on the street to raise money and awareness for homeless children.

// Red Sox interest in David Price makes sense

Dave Dombrowski traded for Price only 16 months ago, when the Red Sox baseball chief was with the Tigers.

Red Sox notebook

// Hanley Ramirez wants to play winter ball, but Red Sox undecided

Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said nothing has been decided yet.


// At second base, the plan is to preserve Dustin Pedroia

After a few injury-riddled seasons, Pedroia can expect more time off in 2016.

Alex Speier

// Free agency a likely avenue for Red Sox to address rotation

The Red Sox want a top-of-the-rotation presence who represents a known quantity, which could rule out a trade.