The Boston Herald reports that the Red Sox have released Doug Mirabelli.
Red Sox re-signed catcher Doug Mirabelli to a one-year, $550,000 contract.
The Red Sox will re-sign Doug Mirabelli to a one-year deal worth about $550,000.
According to the Boston Globe, "the paucity of catching has the Red Sox contemplating bringing back Doug Mirabelli next season."
Doug Mirabelli has filed for free agency, but hopes to return to the Red Sox if the team picks up Tim Wakefield's contract option.
Doug Mirabelli caught an inning Monday in his first action since injuring his hamstring on Sept. 6.
Doug Mirabelli (hamstring) is pressing manager Terry Francona to allow him to play Monday, but it's unlikely he'll be ready to catch Tim Wakefield.
Doug Mirabelli won't be ready to catch Tim Wakefield on Tuesday because of his strained left hamstring.
Doug Mirabelli left Thursday's game because of a strained left hamstring.
In his first appearance since returning from the DL, Doug Mirabelli left Thursday's game in the third inning with an apparent leg injury.
Doug Mirabelli has been away from the Red Sox the past couple of days, attending to a "very serious" family issue.
Red Sox activated catcher Doug Mirabelli from the 15-day disabled list.
Doug Mirabelli (calf) will be activated from the disabled list on Saturday.
Doug Mirabelli (calf) took batting practice Tuesday.