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Hiroki Kuroda Rumors: Yankees Down to 1-Year Offer, Red Sox Remain Interested

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The latest in the Hiroki Kuroda sweepstakes revolves around the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. Jon Heyman and Jon Paul Morosi are both reporting that the Red Sox are still interested but still have a number of options, and Joel Sherman is reporting that while the Yankees are looking at a deal with Kuroda, it's now down to something around 1-year.

On top of that, Sherman raises a good question -- if Kuroda (or Edwin Jackson) is in, who's out in New York?

  • Twitter / @JonHeymanCBS -
    "redsox interested in joe saunders as well as kuroda and oswalt. lots of decent choices still available."
  • Twitter / @jonmorosi -
    "Source: #RedSox remain in talks with the agent for Hiroki Kuroda."
  • Twitter / @Joelsherman1 -
    "Yankees only interested in 1-yr deal with EJax or Kuroda. Boras has yet to drop to 1-yr but has done what he calls "pillow" pact"
  • Twitter / @Joelsherman1 -
    "As prices fall, I believe #Yankees will come up with a SP such as EJax, Kuroda or perhaps even Colon again."
  • Twitter / @Joelsherman1 -
    "What would be fascinating is if #Yankees land EJax or Kuroda who gets bounced from rotation: Nova, Hughes, AJ?"