The Red Sox continue to make headlines as talks have heated up with the New York Mets to potentially acquire switch-hitting outfielder Carlos Beltran. They have also picked up the search for bullpen relief, searching every potential option on the market.
But what about the rest of the league?
Derek Jeter and the Yankees finally nailed down a contract for the next three years, but the relationship has been strained due to the very public contract negotiations. Jeter even refused to come to Orlando to announce the settled deal with the Yankees. Will all be well in the Bronx next season?
Cliff Lee continues to hang out in the open, waiting for the right contract and team to scoop him up. But which team will that be? It seems like the Yankees and the Rangers are neck-in-neck in the race, but who will be in the lead tomorrow?
Carl Crawford still hangs in the balance as well. What deals will extend past the winter meetings?
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Baseball’s winter meetings are in Orlando at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort from Dec. 6-9. NESN Red Sox reporter Tony Lee will survey MLB insiders in attendance with a question from a NESN.com reader on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. We will post the responses in a video online.