Is he done, though? Will anyone claim him on waivers? He certainly has enough of a track record that quite a number of teams could find room for Nava at least as a fourth outfielder, who can also play a little first base. Nava's line drive rate is down (14% vs 22.1% career) but it's a small sample size. There's probably no room on the team for Nava going forward, which is too bad. But I don't think he's done, and the Sox may get some value for him. If not, he'll end up somewhere fairly quickly.