The Red Sox hope to re-sign Xander Bogaerts to remain the starting shortstop. In case of not achieving it, the Plan B of the red sox is to move Trevor Story from second base to shortstop.
As the Boston front office tries to work out a deal with the 30-year-old Aruban infielder on a better-paying, long-term deal, other teams have already shown serious interest in signing him. According to Dominican journalist Marino Pepén, Cubs, Giants, Phillies and Dodgers, They will try to steal the errand from the Red Sox during the winter market.
Bogaerts is, along with Trea Turner, Carlos Correa and Dansby Swanson, the most coveted infielders in this free agency, as his quality and career in the Major Leagues is more than proven.
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MLB: Four clubs very interested in signing Bogaerts; They will try to steal the errand from the Red Sox