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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JULY 18: National League All-Star Juan Soto #22 of the Washington Nationals poses with the 2022 T-Mobile Home Run Derby trophy after winning the event at Dodger Stadium on July 18, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Alex in Medway called into Felger and Mazz today and suggested that the Red Sox acquire Washington Nationals Outfielder Juan Soto. Tony Massarotti, laughed Alex off the air.


Mazz: I like the Red Sox better when they were trying to be the Yankees. Right. It’s a good point.

Felger: Alex, in Midway. Go ahead, Alex.

Caller Alex: Um, so I. Soto just, you know, on assignment in Nashville, how would you think that the Red Sox could get so and for like what cost?

Felger: I mean, on what planet?

Mazz: (Laughs) That’s funny. No, that’s funny. He just turned down $440 million from the Nationals, and they’re going to trade for him? (laughs) That’s a good one. That’s funny. And then when he gets here, what are they going to do? Trade him? (laughs some more)

Felger: Offer him $14 million a year over three years?

Mazz: Oh, that’s rich. That is a good one.

Jim Murry: If they aren’t gonna pay their own guys, they’re not paying that guy.

Mazz: Wow. (laughs) Oh, that is great. Sorry. I’m sorry.

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