Coming off a winless road trip, the Boston Red Sox could begin deconstructing their roster.
Mike Napoli, who homered and doubled twice on Thursday night, may be the most likely candidate for a trade.
He is in the final months of his $16 million contract and wants to stay in Boston, but the Red Sox need to move Hanley Ramirez or Pablo Sandoval to first base next season so there is no place for the 33-year-old.
While Napoli went 7-for-18 on Boston's recent trip, he has struggled this season.
"It's out of my control," Napoli said. "Whatever happens is going to happen. I'm a Boston Red Sock [sic] right now. I come here and prepare, try to win."