The Boston Red Sox Face a Lot of Questions Heading into Next Season

Posted: 25th October 2009 by Nick Vennochi in MLB
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The Boston Red Sox are coming off a season where they won the AL Wild Card and 95 games, but there are more questions heading into the 2010 season than answers. The days of the "idiots" are long gone. At the moment, three positions have a guaranteed person occupying them: second base with Dustin Pedroia, center field with Jacoby Ellsbury, and right field with J.D. Drew. You could throw catcher in there witháVictor Martinez, but if other transactions occur, he could end up at first base. But the other five positions are completely up in the air. The potential first baseman is Kevin Youkilis, who arguably was the most consistent player last season for the Sox. Shortstop has been a revolving door for the BoSox since the real No. 5 was sent to Chicago in 2004. But I believe that Theo Epstein ...

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