According to ESPN, outfielder Alex Verdugo and a package of other players would come to Boston.
The details of the trade have not been announced.
However, the Red Sox missed the playoffs.
Both the Astros and Red Sox fired their managers in the wake of the controversy, and Boston still has not named a manager, with pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training on February 11.
According to multiple reports, the Minnesota Twins are involved in the trade as well.
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In 2018, Betts led Boston to a World Series title and was named American League MVP.
In an attempt to get something back for Betts before losing him, the Red Sox also apparently found a way to unload Price's bloated contract.
Still, Boston is one of the wealthiest franchises in baseball, and their decision to trade their homegrown, 27-year-old former MVP to avoid paying the luxury tax is not sitting well with a lot of baseball fans, who they think should have just paid the man what he deserves.
He is owed $96 million over the next three years.
Now that Mookie Betts is going to be a Dodger, Buster Olney questions whether Los Angeles has enough to win a championship. Maeda, 31, had a 4.04 ERA for Los Angeles last season. He took over in center field when A.J. The 21-year-old pitcher made 10 big league appearances down the stretch for the Twins, going 1-1 with a 4.66 ERA, after going 7-0 with a 1.92 ERA along with 9.0 strikeouts and 3.4 walks per nine innings in three levels of the minors. The Red Sox's projected win total went from 87.5 to 86.5, while their World Series odds went from 20-1 to 25-1.