4 former Red Sox still without a job as spring training approaches

These ex-Sox are still looking for landing spots. Are any reunions possible?

Division Series - Arizona Diamondbacks v Los Angeles Dodgers - Game Two
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Kiké Hernández - OF

Hernández was with Boston just last season before being sent to Los Angeles and he didn't play his best baseball at that time. He struggled on both sides of the ball, making a fair few errors in the field and lacking command at the plate. In his final two seasons with Boston, his slash line was less than impressive at .260/.314/.338.

Hernández's utility is near-unmatched, though. He played second base, shortstop and center field for Boston in 2023, and multiple other positions in his previous years with the team.

The veteran utility man didn't leave Boston on the best terms after his 2022 and 2023 performances, so a reunion doesn't seem likely. There has been little noise regarding Hernández this offseason, but the Angels have expressed interest in signing him, per Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.