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January and February are often the months where the biggest baseball signings are of veteran players looking for one last chance or independent league standouts hoping to make a name in camp.

It’s been a while since the Red Sox signed a player of significance this late in the offseason, but if they are seeking a big bat to aid their offense, it’ll have to be a pre spring training deal.

Most free agent signings are completed during a busy December at the winter meetings. Yet this year has been different for several teams, not just the Red Sox.

Over the last 10 years, the Red Sox have signed just two players who tallied significant playing time to free agent deals in January.

Mike Napoli in January 2013 and Adrian Beltre in January 2010.

The Napoli deal wasn’t a conventional one, either. The free agent had come to an agreement on a three year, $39 million deal with the Red Sox in December 2012, but negotiations stalled when Napoli didn’t pass his physical because of hip issues.

The Red Sox still wanted Napoli but didn’t want to risk the money if he’d be out with injury. Six weeks later in early January, the two sides agreed to a one year, $5 million deal with incentives that could increase the total to $13 million.

Napoli, of course, became an integral part of the 2013 Red Sox World Series championship winning team that season. He hit .259 with an .842 OPS, 38 doubles and 23 homers in 138 games that year.

Following the season, again a free agent,
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Napoli signed a two year, $32 million deal to remain in Boston.

His numbers, though, were not as productive as that first year. In 2014, he hit .248 with a .789 OPS and 17 homers over 119 games. In 2015, he hit .207 with a .693 OPS and 13 homers before an early August trade to Texas.

Beltre, whose agent is Scott Boras, signed a one year, $10 million deal with Boston in January 2010 and had a terrific season.

The third baseman hit .321 with a .919 OPS, 49 doubles and 28 homers over 154 games. Despite the impressive numbers, the Red Sox traded for first baseman Adrian Gonzalez that winter and appeared to have plans to move Kevin Youkilis back to third baseman, leaving no room for Beltre, who signed a five year, $80 million deal with the Texas Rangers in January of 2011. While the Red Sox let Beltre walk,
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they were compensated with a draft pick for not re signing him. That draft pick turned into Blake Swihart.

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If you had a chance to watch any of the NBA All Star weekend recently, you would have noticed a lot of swagger both on and off the court. Whether it King Lebron wearing a fitted suit or Chef Steph Curry rocking a designer backpack, many NBA stars are really stepping up their style game. In many ways basketball players are the “new” rock stars, when it comes to off the court exposure. Now that the race to the playoffs begins, what better time to spotlight the top NBA performers in “off the court” style.

Serge IbakaThe newest member of Canada team is known for his lockdown defense and much improved perimeter game, but his style is also top notch. I love this wide brim hat and the complementary colours, which, although different, still manage to give his outfit a monotone feel.

Left to right: Grey fedora, $88, Brixton; Off white crew neck, $104, J Crew; Faux Suede Biker Jacket, $69.90, Zara.

Kevin DurantBeing part of one of the biggest moves in NBA history when he joined the already stacked Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant is used to the spotlight. Here, he gets major style points for combining two fashion trends: the bomber jacket and the camo tee.

Left to right: Alpha Industries bomber jacket, $179, Urban Outfitters; Camo sweatshirt, $59.90, Zara.

Nick YoungThe player many refer to as “Swaggy P” (though he has since tried to distance himself from the moniker) has no choice but to represent when it comes to showing off his off court style skills. The former “Mr. Azalea” is on point with this denim on denim ensemble, and proves you can never go wrong with Vans old skool kicks.
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