Report: Red Sox Made Multiple Trade Offers for Blue Jays Outfielder Jose Bautista Apparently, Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein was insistent that he and the Sox would leave no stone unturned this offseason.

According to FoxSports’ Ken Rosenthal, Boston’s wild offseason included “multiple offers” to try and trade for Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista. Rosenthal reports that the Red Sox targeted Bautista at the winter meetings after missing out on Jayson Werth (who signed with the Nationals) and before agreeing to a seven-year deal with Carl Crawford.

Bautista, who exploded during the 2010 season hitting a major-league-best 54 home runs, has one year of arbitration left before he can become a free agent.