Despite ending 2009 with a blown opportunity to go to the ALCS, the Boston Red Sox enter 2010 with a completley new look. The acquisition of John Lackey adds depth to what was already an A+ starting rotation. Likely to be placed in the number three position, the addition leaves the Red Sox in the clear to possibly start 2010 with a six man rotation. The 31 year old right-hander finished 2009 with an 11-8 record and a ERA at 3.83, his highest ERA since 2004. The 85 million dollar contract over the next five years leaves Red Sox fans in speculation of whether or not G.M. Theo Epstein will re-sign outfielder Jason Bay. After expressing interest in a larger contract elsewhere the Boston Red Sox acquired left fielder Mike Cameron in a two-year 15 million dollar de ...
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