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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Tommy Pham - OF

Pham is another player with relatively little news around him this offseason. Pham arrived in Boston around the 2022 trade deadline and he played 53 games with the Red Sox. He batted .234/.298/.374 and knocked six homers and 24 RBI.

Pham played for both the Mets and the Diamondbacks in 2023. He posted 141 fewer plate appearances in 2023 than he did in 2022, but his 2023 batting average increased to .258. He also hit just one fewer home run in 2023 with 16 on his stat sheet to end the season.

The right-handed Pham could slot in well in Boston's current batting order, but he lacks the power the Red Sox need to be competitive in the American League East. There has been little vocal interest in Pham's services for the 2024 season, but he made it clear to Heyman and Joel Sherman that he wishes to play every day in an appearance on the New York Post's podcast.

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