The Red SOx just burned through three days in San Diego attempting to lock up their establishment shortstop,

Xander Bogaerts. He's going to spend over 10 years there. Bogaerts is made a beeline for the Padres subsequent to consenting to a colossal 11-year,

$275 million arrangement that was first revealed by The New York Post's Jon Heyman late Thursday.

The arrangement closes Bogaerts' brightened 10-year residency with the Red Sox

and closes a drawn out agreement adventure that includeda late bid by the Red Sox,

who were accounted for to pick up speed in the hunt Thursday morning. Eventually,

San Diego gave Bogaerts a Back up parent offer he proved unable

deny and he decided to leave the main association he has at any point known.

As per Alex Speier of The Boston Globe, Boston's last proposal to Bogaerts was in the six-year,

$160 million territory. That proposition, which one Red Sox Source said the club accepted was "great" offer,

would have given him a higher typical yearly worth ($27 million versus the $25.5 million every year

he got from the Padres) yet a lot more limited term. Bogaerts will play next season at age 30,