Scott Neville reports.

Red Sox Interested in Reuniting with Cardinals’ Pitcher Jordan Hicks

According to sources, the Boston Red Sox are showing interest in reuniting with former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jordan Hicks. The Cardinals will have to act quickly if they want to retain their homegrown hurler, as the Red Sox are reportedly “poking around” on the free agent.

St. Louis Cardinals President John Mozeliak on the Hunt for High-Leverage Relievers

As the offseason continues, St. Louis Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak is on the lookout for high-leverage relievers to strengthen the team’s pitching staff. With many options still available, the Cardinals will have to act fast to secure their desired players.

Boston Red Sox Eyeing Jordan Hicks as Potential Addition to Bullpen

One of the most logical fits for the Red Sox’s search for a high-leverage reliever could be Jordan Hicks. The hard-throwing right-hander spent his entire career with the Cardinals before becoming a free agent. The Red Sox have reportedly been “poking around” on Hicks, indicating their interest in adding him to their bullpen.

St. Louis Cardinals Must Act Quickly to Keep Homegrown Hurler

If the Cardinals want to retain Hicks, they will have to act fast as the Red Sox are also interested in the 25-year-old pitcher. Hicks has shown great potential in his career, and the Cardinals will have to make a strong offer to keep him from joining an American League opponent.  Scott Neville reports.

Red Sox Interested in Reuniting with Cardinals’ Pitcher Jordan Hicks

According to sources, the Boston Red Sox are showing interest in reuniting with former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jordan Hicks. The Cardinals will have to act quickly if they want to retain their homegrown hurler, as the Red Sox are reportedly “poking around” on the free agent.

St. Louis Cardinals President John Mozeliak on the Hunt for High-Leverage Relievers

As the offseason continues, St. Louis Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak is on the lookout for high-leverage relievers to strengthen the team’s pitching staff. With many options still available, the Cardinals will have to act fast to secure their desired players.

Boston Red Sox Eyeing Jordan Hicks as Potential Addition to Bullpen

One of the most logical fits for the Red Sox’s search for a high-leverage reliever could be Jordan Hicks. The hard-throwing right-hander spent his entire career with the Cardinals before becoming a free agent. The Red Sox have reportedly been “poking around” on Hicks, indicating their interest in adding him to their bullpen.

St. Louis Cardinals Must Act Quickly to Keep Homegrown Hurler

If the Cardinals want to retain Hicks, they will have to act fast as the Red Sox are also interested in the 25-year-old pitcher. Hicks has shown great potential in his career, and the Cardinals will have to make a strong offer to keep him from joining an American League opponent. 

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