Which opponent would match up best for the Red Sox should they win the AL East and avoid the Wild Card play-in game?
“If it’s Oakland or Texas, I look at Oakland as a little more dangerous right now,” said Heyman. “They have crazy young team with a clubhouse and good, young pitching. On paper Texas may look better, but I look at Oakland as a little more dangerous.”
Heyman made some headlines in his last appearance, talking about upcoming free agent Jacoby Ellsbury. He said the bargaining will likely begin at five-years and $75 million because that is what BJ Upton signed last summer, but Ellsbury will probably get a lot more than that.”
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“If I were to predict what he’d go for I would say 6-years for $108 million. The 5-years, $75 million was because (BJ) Upton got that, that’s the lowest he could go for "
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