• Source: Red Sox, catcher Ross agree to deal

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 10, 2012
    Ross appeared in eight games for the Red Sox in 2008. The Boston Red Sox and backup catcher David Ross have reached agreement on a $6.2 million, two-year contract, sources confirmed for ESPN.com. The Red Sox signed Ross late in the 2008 season for depth purposes and he was on the team's roster in September, hitting .125 over eight at-bats. The Red Sox have bolstered their catching situation by signing David Ross to a two-year, $6.2 million deal that is pending a physical, MLB.com has confirmed. In 62 games for the Braves last season, Ross batted .256 with nine home runs and 23 RBIs. The big question this signing leaves is where it leaves prospect Ryan Lavarnway, a right-handed power hitter who didn't perform well with the bat while getting a lot of playing time for Boston late in '12.
    Sources: ESPN.com MLB.com

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