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For Red Sox fans, there weren’t too many things to cheer about in the month of April. The team got off to a horrendous start, plagued by a surprising lack of pitching and a not so surprising lack of offensive punch. David Ortiz is once again showing himself to be “Big Pop-up” as opposed to “Big Papi,” and the offseason acquisitions of Marco Scutaro, Adrian Beltre, and Mike Cameron have provided minimal run production. Granted, they were chosen to emphasize a new strategy of “run prevention,” but they have struggled in that regard too. Bad pitching, shoddy defense, and a lack of offensive production are not the traits quality teams are known for. Needless to say, this is NOT a quality team right now. Now comes word that a more ominous threat to Red ...

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