Some have speculated that Castillo will be used as a trade chip for Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton, but Heyman says otherwise.
“I think $72 million tells you that the plan is that he’s going to be the starting centerfielder. That’s the hope. That’s a lot of money, $10 million dollars, to an unproven player,” said Heyman.
A couple weeks ago, Heyman told Gresh & Zo that the Red Sox will make an aggressive offseason push for Stanton, and while the Red Sox have the pieces to make it happen, Heyman now says it’s unlikely that Miami trades the slugger this winter "
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... in their mind will package some of their young players to get him,” Heyman said Tuesday on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s “Gresh and Zolak.” “I think (Will Middlebrooks) is a potential trading chip, and he needs to show that he can get back to where ...Read more
Heyman seems to think so. While on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh & Zolak Tuesday, Heyman had this to say: “I think Boston is looking ultimately for Giancarlo Stanton. And hopefully in their mind will package some of their young players to get him.Read more
CBSSports's Jon Heyman appeared today on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh & Zolak Show and expressed the view that the Red Sox will aggressively pursue Giancarlo Stanton this off-season. Heyman believes that Boston will cobble together a bevy of prospects ...Read more
The whole thing is framed as an investigative college class taught by Wayne Babish (John Gresh), who was the Brentwood police chief at that fateful time. Babish talks to us a lot. There also are two investigative reporters and Post-Gazette columnist Tony ...Read more