Sox Staying Idle? Or Going After Lidle?

Sox Staying Idle?

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cory Lidle throws against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the first inning of their baseball game Thursday, July 27, 2006, in Philadelphia. Chase Utley extended his hitting streak to 27 games and Lidle boosted his trade value with four-hit ball over eight innings to lead the Phillies over the Diamondbacks 5-2

(AP Photo)

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Buster Olney's ESPN Insider Blog: "Anybody who has struck rock while using a shovel could relate to the next trade tidbit. Heard from two talent evaluators yesterday that Boston is very active in trying to come up with a large and creative deal, involving more than two teams. Smart thinking, one of them said, if it all works. Crazy stuff you wouldn't normally think of, said another. An executive with an AL team reports that he's heard that a scout was rushed off his area coverage to go scout Boston minor leaguers.

"But here's where the rock-striking part comes into play. I don't know if this is just a pebble of thought on the part of the Red Sox, or if this is a larger trade boulder, like the huge Nomar Garciaparra trade Boston hit on a couple of years ago, with all those moving parts. The Red Sox are looking for pitching, and they've talked about Julio Lugo in the past.

"Red Sox executives are mum; execs from other teams say they are very active.

"Take it for what it's worth." -- 7.27.06, Buster Olney, ESPN Insider Blog (subscription only)

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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