Kansas City Here He Comes

ALCS game 6 Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays - 10/18/08 - St. Petersburg, FL - Red Sox center fielder Coco Crisp readies to play a fly ball to center int the 7th inning Saturday night at Tropicana Field.
(Jim Davis / Globe File Photo)

Coco Is Going to the Royals

Confirmed: Crisp Heading to Kansas City
Midwest Not the Best: Coco Can Kiss the Postseason Goodbye
Ken Rosenthal Is Licking His Chops Now That the Sox Kicked Coco Out of Town
Evan Grant Is Thrilled to Have the White-Hot Spotlight Off Him for a Second Day
Gammons: Market for Crisp Was Surprisingly Small
We'll Never, Ever Forget Coco's 10-Pitch At-Bat in Game 5
Extra Bases: The Ramon Ramirez File | Coco Photos
Will Ramon Ramirez Wear No. 24 for the Sox?

Peter Gammons: "The Red Sox surveyed what was a surprisingly small market for Crisp -- Cincinnati was the other club with the most interest -- and decided that with Jeremy Affeldt starting out the 2008 free agent market by signing a two-year, $8 million deal with the Giants that it likely will be easier to find another outfielder than to secure a low cost power reliever."

This Just In ...

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Loyce Crisp Is Now a Proud Member of Royals Nation

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