Jon Heyman says that the Red Sox have their eye upgrading third base:
The Red Sox, in need of third base production, are prioritizing Giants postseason hero Pablo Sandoval as well as Chase Headley, according to people in the know. Boston may also take a look at Aramis Ramirez, if he become a free agent, though he is said to fit below Sandoval and Headley. Ramirez is believed to prefer a return to Milwaukee.
It makes sense that they’d want to upgrade third base given the woeful production they got at the hot corner in 2014. Indeed, Sox third basemen hit a combined .211/.271/.308 this year. Not gonna get it done.
That said, you have to think the Yankees are going to want to hang on to Headley if they can because it’s not like anyone with a brain would count on A-Rod being healthy and effective and durable next year. As for Sandoval, his postseason heroics have been nice, but he’s probably going to be overpaid no matter where goes and, of course, will likely have draft pick compensation attached to him by virtue of the Giants giving him a qualifying offer.