According to Peter Gammons, Scott Boras and the Red Sox had a "good meeting recently" on Jordan Montgomery.
It was added that a deal may get done soon for Montgomery with Boston. The market has been fairly quiet for him as of late as we continue to get closer to Opening Day. This remains a situation to monitor.
The Yankees reportedly expressed interest in Jordan Montgomery earlier in the offseason.
It appears that interest was earlier in the offseason, and not at this moment. There is still a chance he lands with the Yankees as long as Montgomery is a free agent, but his market remains quiet as pitchers and catchers begin workouts at their respective camps.
The Texas Rangers are reportedly not actively pursuing free-agent starter Jordan Montgomery.
Montgomery was acquired at the trade deadline by the Rangers from the St. Louis Cardinals and was an integral part of the club's first World Series title in franchise history. The left-hander enjoyed a career year in 2023, working to a 3.20 ERA across 32 starts between the Cardinals and Rangers.
Jordan Montgomery returning to Rangers is the "most logical" outcome, according to Jon Heyman.
Montgomery was a huge part of the Rangers run to a World Series this past season. He posted a 3.20 ERA during his time with the Cardinals and Rangers. It seems a return to Texas is very possible.
Red Sox officials have reportedly spoken with the agent for LHP Jordan Montgomery.
Montgomery was traded to the Rangers at the trade deadline last year and played a huge role in the second half of the regular season for them and their path to the World Series run. Montgomery is coming off a huge overall season and should be draw heavy interest in free agency this offseason.