Boston Red Sox: Analyzing Offseason Acquisitions

Posted: 6th January 2010 by DJ Rallo in MLB
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This article was first reported at Boston Sox Journalism. The Boston Red Sox certainly proved one thing this offseason: there is no such thing as a "bridge year" in Beantown. The Red Sox opened their wallet, made investments, and acquired players either through trade or free agency that could be a huge help to the team in 2010 and for years to come. Today, I will be running down each acquisition and what it means for the Red Sox starting in April. Nov. 5, 2009: Red Sox Acquire OF Jeremy Hermida from the Florida Marlins A man with a claimed "tremendous upside" by Theo Epstein was acquired right off the batáthis offseason when he parted ways with struggling pitcher, Hunter Jones, and a minor league prospect. I guess it's a solid deal, as Hermida is a decent bat off of the bench and o ...

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