The Red Sox hope that Nunez, who is batting.308 with four home runs, 31 RBIs and 18 steals this season, will help fill the hole Boston has had all season at third base.
Nunez, a free agent in 2018, was spotted hugging his Giants teammates after leaving Tuesday's game against the Pirates. USA Today's Bob Nightengale tweeted Monday night that the Red Sox "continue to scout" the 30-year-old third baseman. Coincidentally, Sandoval, upon his release, has signed a minor league contract to go back to San Francisco.
The San Francisco Giants have had hardly had much to celebrate in 2017.
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Mardi, même si des zones "actives persistaient", l'incendie n'évoluait plus et la situation était à la relative accalmie. Quant aux pompiers, ils ont déclaré que des maisons 'ont été léchées par les flammes et des abris de jardin détruits '.
There is no word on who the Giants have acquired for Nunez.
Nunez is hitting.307 with a.745 OPS in 75 games for the Giants. After acquiring Nunez after last year's All-Star break to man third base for the Giants, general manager Bobby Evans shipped Nunez off this year to eventually clear the way for the team's top prospect, Christian Arroyo.
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