CSN New England "On the recommendation of the Red Sox, Daniel Nava has, for the time being, abandoned switch-hitting and will focus almost exclusively on hitting left-handed. "We're just seeing if lefty-lefty (hitting lefthanded against left-handed pitching) will be a viable option,'' said Nava. "There's only..." March 01
Daniel nava settles with red sox at $1.85M
CSN New England "Daniel Nava, who has been held out of swinging the bat for the last four days, is expected to re-start full baseball activities Wednesday. Nava has been hampered by a stiff neck and limited in what he's been allowed to do since the start of last weekend." February 26
Daniel Nava isn't yet ready to swing because of a sore neck, but he's not limited defensively.
Daniel Nava has missed the last two days of batting practice due to a stiff neck. Hopes to give it a shot tomorrow.
Providence Journal "There was a time when Daniel Nava was little more than an inspiring story. There have been times this season it's been easy to forget about that story. "That's probably the biggest thing he's done right?" Boston general manager Ben Cherington said. "Nobody is talking about the Golden League..." September 16
Daniel Nava returned from paternity leave. RHP Steven Wright optioned. #redsox
Boston Globe "Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland has said that Daniel Nava was one of his toughest omissions from the American League All-Star team. Nava may not be going to New York next week. But the Red Sox appreciate his value more every day. Nava’s two-out, two-strike single in the 10th inning on..." July 11
Boston Herald "It happens whenever Daniel Nava homers, or comes through with a clutch hit, or does just about anything for the Red Sox that merits a 10-second mention on “SportsCenter.” Invariably, Mark O’Brien’s phone buzzes. And then, the teasing begins. “It’s the first thing anybody says — ‘Nice talent..." June 18
Boston Herald "Quick, name the American League outfielder with the best on-base percentage. No, it isn’t Mike Trout. Not Jose Bautista either. Try Daniel Nava. It’s true. Nava brought a .394 on-base percentage into the Red Sox’ series finale against the Tampa Bay Rays last night. He also was second..." June 13
Boston Herald "The numbers are stark. Throughout his career, Daniel Nava has been a far better hitter against right-handed pitchers than against lefties. Still, John Farrell played a hunch. So, even though the Red Sox opened Fenway Park today by facing Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen, Nava was in the..." April 08