The biggest decisions facing the Red Sox are right in front of them on their own team. The time is now to prioritize which of their free agents they would like to have back for the 2014 season.
Read: Ellsbury, Drew, Napoli All Turn Down Qualifying Offer From Red Sox
Jacoby Ellsbury, Stephen Drew and Mike Napoli all rejected the one-year, $14.1 million qualifying offer they received from the Red Sox last week and are now unrestricted free agents.
However, since the Red Sox extended a qualifying offer to each of them, the team will receive a compensatory draft pick should the free agents sign elsewhere this off-season.
On Drew, Abraham says agent Scott Boras expects him to get a three-year deal "
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