News came out Tuesday that the Red Sox have "serious interest" in Jake Odorizzi.
Now we have an idea of what the free agent pitcher might be looking for.
In his latest notes column, Ken Rosenthal reports that teams who have been in touch with Odorizzi's representatives say the righty is looking for a three-year deal worth somewhere between $36 million and $42 million.
In the same report Rosenthal says another pitcher who was headed to the free agent market before accepting the Giants' qualifying offer Kevin Gausman had a three-year, $40 million offer from the Blue Jays.
Odorizzi -- who was with Red Sox Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom in Tampa Bay from 2013-17 -- has spent the last two years in Minnesota with the Twins. He had a career-year in 2019 when he went 15-7 with a 3.51 ERA in 159 innings, striking out 178 batters, the most of his career.
Along with Odorizzi, some of the pitchers the Red Sox are known to have shown some interest in include Tomoyuki Sugano, Corey Kluber, J.A. Happ, and Rich Hill.