Report: Red Sox, Blue Jays, Yankees in play for Nunez
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Eduardo Nunez reportedly has plenty of suitors from the American League East.

The Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, and New York Yankees are among the teams in play for the versatile infielder, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports.

Nunez split last season between the San Francisco Giants and Red Sox, hitting .313/.341/.460 with 12 home runs, 33 doubles, and 24 stolen bases in 114 games. He did miss time late last season with a knee injury, but didn't require surgery and is expected to be healthy heading into spring.

The Red Sox could use Nunez at second base until Dustin Pedroia returns from knee surgery, and then move him around the diamond. The Blue Jays are in search of a versatile infielder due to consistent health concerns surrounding both Devon Travis and Troy Tulowitzki. The Yankees are in search of help at both second and third base after trading away Chase Headley and Starlin Castro this winter.

Report: Red Sox, Blue Jays, Yankees in play for Nunez
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