Crawford’s clause

I have never seen anything like this before, but the Red Sox apparently put a clause in Carl Crawford’s seven-year, $142 million contract that says, if traded, the team acquiring him can’t turn around and deal him to the Yanks.

Wow. Paranoid much?

I didn’t know that was legal. And how would they even enforce that? Could they have put a clause in there that said he couldn’t be dealt to any AL East team?

It seems like a bush league move by the Red Sox, but, then again, what can you expect from that pack of losers?

Topics: Carl Crawford

Want more from Yanks Go Yard?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.
  • Poleaxed

    That report of the contract clause has already been refuted and debunked, but you must already know that because you are not some bush-league, lazy blogger.

    • Andrew Corselli

      Debunked by who? Tawmmy from Quinzee? Link or it didn’t happen.

TEAMFeed More Yankees news from the Fansided Network

Hot on the Web From golf.com