Quiet Offseason Not The Doctor’s Order in Boston

Posted: 8th November 2009 by Josh Brewer in MLB
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Keeping up with the Joneses becomes an even tougher task when your hated next-door neighbor cruised through the defending world champs on their way to a World Series victory. Such a task is the one laid at the feet of Theo Epstein, Terry Francona and the Boston Red Sox this offseason. The acquisition of Jeremy Hermida from Florida is the beginning of what should be a handful of minor changes made to the Red Sox roster in order for Boston to take the division, and the pennant, back from the Yankees. 1. The infield quagmire needs to be resolved. Having four former All-Stars to play catcher, first base and third base is a luxury, not a necessity. It's time something is done about Boston's current four-man rotation at the aforementioned positions. Kevin Youkilis and Victor Martinez should undo ...

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