MLB Rumors: Angels & Red Sox In "Bidding War" For Free Agent Slugger

The competition to sign free agent Adam Duvall has intensified, primarily between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Angels.

Duvall, known for his power-hitting capabilities, has garnered significant interest after many other big-name players have already been signed.

His performance in the previous season with the Red Sox was notable, where he played in 92 games, hitting .247 with 21 home runs and 58 RBIs, showcasing an improvement from his recent seasons.

Duvall's versatility is a key asset, as he can play all outfield positions and also serve as a designated hitter.

His resilience is commendable, especially after returning from a wrist fracture and still managing to post impressive numbers.

The Red Sox have expressed interest in Duvall's defensive flexibility, which aligns with their strategy of not having a set designated hitter.

His consistent performance as a plus defender throughout his career adds value to the team.

On the other hand, the Angels are looking to strengthen their outfield, especially considering the injury concerns with their current roster, including star player Mike Trout.

Duvall's ability to play in any outfield position makes him a desirable addition for the Angels, offering a solution to potential gaps due to injuries. Photo Credit: Erik Williams-USA TODAY Sports