In the Nation, we tend to get impatient...a lot. This tends to escalate in offseasons following disappointing campaigns, but then again, our version of disappointing would make about 80 percent of the rest of baseball angry considering the Red Sox's run of success over the past decade. We assume (hope?) there are going to be some massive moves made by Theo Epstein and the crew to bolster the offense and improve the team's chances of winning another World Series. It's only been a few years since we last tasted the champagne, but with the Yankees closing in on No. 27 any day now, it feels like an eternity. So while visions of trading for Adrian Gonzalez, Miguel Cabrera, or Felix Hernandez dance in our heads, it's important to note that even the smallest trades can become impact moves. A one- ...
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