So far this offseason, no team has been the subject of more attention than the Boston Red Sox. Will they re-sign Bay or go after Holliday? Was signing Scutaro inevitable or should Dustin Pedroia have been pushed to shortstop? Will Adrian Gonzalez, Miguel Cabrera, or Roy Halladay be playing at Fenway on Opening Day 2010? These questions have been posed and answered by countless analysts, writers, and idiots with keyboards since the Red SoxÆs season ended two months ago. While the doctors have prescribed a wide and varying range of strategies, almost all of them agree on one thing: Theo Epstein and company need to make a splash this winter. ItÆs a sentiment thatÆs sure to increase exponentially now that the Yankees have acquired Curtis Granderson. But is it really true? ItÆs understandab ...
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