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Only Four Red Sox Players Attend Peskys Funeral - RealGM Wiretap

David Ortiz Air Max 95 Sale Online , one of four Red Sox players who attended Monday's funeral for icon Johnny Pesky, said all of his teammates "probably" should have attended, "but I'm nobody to say who should and who should not (have gone)."

A front-page story in the Boston Herald noted that Ortiz, Vicente Padilla, Clay Buchholz, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia were the only current players to attend Air Max 90 Sale Online , along with manager Bobby Valentine.

Red Sox Could Stand Pat At Catcher With Ryan Lavarnway - RealGM Wiretap

The Boston Red Sox had held internal discussions about standing pat at catcher and having Ryan Lavarnway splitting time with David Ross.

The Red Sox have shown only tepid interest in re-signing Jarrod Saltalamacchia.

“We have interest in a small handful of free agents, we’ve talked to teams about trades, and we also think we’re in a pretty strong position long-term with the young catchers we have in the organization,” general manger Ben Cherington said. “So, we’re in a position to be a little choosy, a little selective. If we could do something there Air Max Sale Online , we’d love to.”

Arsenal Bar - RealGM Wiretap

Arsenal has reached a transfer deal with Barcelona to acquire Alexis Sánchez for approximately £30 million ($51 million), according to multiple media reports.

Sánchez is expected to pass his physical in the coming hours.

Barcelona is selling Sánchez this summer to help fund its transfer move for Luis Suárez.

Sánchez has been viewed as a very talented spare part for Barça throughout most of his time with the club.

Indians Exploring Trade Market For Outfielders - RealGM Wiretap

The Cleveland Indians are still searching for possible outfield help via trade.

A deal may seem unlikely at this point, but the Indians are exploring all means to upgrade an outfield unit that enters the 2016 season with question marks.

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