Should the Boston Red Sox Go After John Lackey?

Posted: 11th November 2009 by Amanda Bruno in MLB
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Pitching wasn't exactly an issue last season for the Boston Red Sox, but as shown in years past, there's no such thing as having too much of it. There's noáguaranteeáthat a starter will be healthy asáDaisuke Matsuzaka went on the 60-day disabled list in June after being on the 15-day DL in April and didn't return to the mound and to his true form until September.á John Lackey leads the class of free agent pitchers this winter. Lackey, 31, is coming off a good season with the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim, the only team he's played for in his career as he was brought up its minor league system. He posted an 11-8 record with a 3.83 earned run average in 176.1 innings pitched. In the postseason, Lackey shutout the Red Sox as the Angels swept the American League Division Series before fa ...

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