Over The Monster "It was a question of a player to be named later or cash when Mike Carp first came to Boston. However, according to an earlier report by Tim Britton and an update from Providence Journal writing mate Brian MacPherson, it's going to be cash that finishes off the Mike Carp trade. See for..." March 08
NESN "Let’s get all of the puns out of the way now and say that acquiring Mike Carp doesn’t exactly mean the Red Sox reeled in a big fish. Carp is a serviceable bench player, though, and he’ll bring some added competition to the mix at a very reasonable cost. The Red Sox on Wednesday acquired Carp from..." February 22
Boston Herald "A few weeks ago, after the Red Sox signed veteran Lyle Overbay to a minor league contract, general manager Ben Cherington said they would continue to seek solutions to their need for a left-handed hitter capable of playing both first base and left field. Yesterday, they found one. The Red..." February 21
Boston Globe "The Red Sox have acquired first baseman and left fielder Mike Carp from the Seattle Mariners for a player to be named later or cash. Ryan Kalish, who is recovering from shoulder surgery, was placed on the 60-day disabled list to make room for Carp on the 40-man roster. “It’s definitely a..." February 20
#Mariners send Carp to #RedSox for PTBN or cash. Kalish to 60-day DL.
WEEI Boston "According to a major league source, the Red Sox remain interested in trading for Mariners first baseman/outfielder Mike Carp, and remain, in the source’s words, “hopeful” that a deal for the 26-year-old can be worked out. Though Carp struggled in 2012, hitting .213/.312/.341/.654 in 59 games..." February 20
#Mariners officially sign LH Joe Saunders. Mike Carp designated for assignment to make room for 40 man roster