As I said in the replies below, this is good. It is not a total answer but it is good. Liked him in Toronto. Respected him as a Yankee.
Wells joins Curt Schilling, Tim Wakefield and Bronson Arroyo in the projected 2005 Red Sox rotation. And with the news Tuesday that Schilling may not be ready for the start of the season, the Red Sox may look to Wells to start Opening Day on April 3 in Bronx against his former team. "That would be great," said Wells. "I've always enjoyed a challenge and if that's what it is, then so be it. I'm not looking at myself as a number one, two or three starter. I think we have five number ones who pitch every five days."
The 41-year-old southpaw is 212-136 with a 4.03 ERA in 588 career appearances (417 starts) in 18 seasons with the Blue Jays (1987-92, 1999-2000), Tigers (1993-95), Reds (1995), Orioles (1996), Yankees (1997-98, 2002-03), White Sox (2001) and Padres (2004).