Originally Posted by KRS1
I see zero reason to get rid of him unless another team wants to overpay for his services - which may well be possible with this FA OF market, but still doubtful. He's a cost-controlled, slightly above average hitter capable of playing CF (not great CF, but he can hang) - which is just fine for this team. He's the right kind of veteran for a re-building club.
Yep, perfect veteran stopgap while we're waiting for the Sox to acquire or develop somebody better. De Aza stays next year, IMO.