Fact or Fiction on All the Biggest MLB Offseason Rumors

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Fact or Fiction on All the Biggest MLB Offseason Rumors
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With the ability to follow beat writers and insider sources on Twitter, rumors have been swirling at faster rates than ever before. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the rumors are more real.

For instance, Jhonny Peralta seemed on his way to either New York team, per The Star-Ledger’s Andy McCullough, until the St. Louis Cardinals swooped in at the last moment to ink the shortstop to a four-year, $53 million contract.

On the other end of the spectrum, current free-agent Stephen Drew has continually been rumored to re-sign with the Boston Red Sox. And while his agent Scott Boras might want to involve other parties, it’s likely Drew will return to Boston given the dry shortstop market.

Read on to see whether the biggest MLB offseason rumors are fact or fiction.


All statistics sourced from Baseball-Reference.com and FanGraphs.com.

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