Boston Red Sox

What's Left For The Red Sox To Do This Off Season

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By: Alan Cavagnaro   (BOSTON - MA)-It was announced recently that Joe Kelly would be signing with the Dodgers a 3 year 25M deal with the California club that sends Kelly to his home state for the first time in his career. While Kelly has said he wanted to remain in Boston for the rest of his career, and despite the Red Sox showing interest, he signed with Los Angeles. So now with the loss of Joe Kelly, and presumably Craig Kimbrel, what else is happening with Bostons bullpen?The Red Sox DO have a complete 40 man roster, but rumor...

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An Interesting Fix To The Red Sox Closer Issue

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By: Noah Wright    The Red Sox are about to lose all-star closer Craig Kimbrel and set-up man Joe Kelly in free agency. Kimbrel last season tossed 62 and a third total innings, giving the team a 2.74 ERA, 3.13 FIP, and .995 WHIP. Plus, he was striking out batters at a 13.9 per 9 rate. Even though Joe Kelly had a 4.39 ERA, he still had a 3.57 FIP, gave up only 4 home runs, and 9.3 K/9 rate. He even pitched in more innings than Kimbrel, having 65 and two thirds innings tossed. Kimbrel is still wandering around...

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The Offseason Plans For Dombrowski And His Red Sox

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By: Allen Cavagnaro   (BOSTON - MA) - With the Red Sox winning the World Series this year, it should be no surprise that the team doesn’t have the hardest roster to work with next year, but with the offseason upon us, there have been rumors among several players and even some players not returning. So here are some offseason topics that have been brewing.   Catchers? Yes the Red Sox do have 3 stellar catchers that play their position well, that being Blake Swihart, Christian Vazquez, and Sandy Leon, however rumors have gone out today that the Red Sox are willing to trade all 3...

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Does The Red Sox First Loss In ALCS Mean Big Concern?

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By: Alan Cavagnaro (BOSTON - MA) With the Red Sox having home field advantage for Game 1 and Game 2 of the ALCS against the Houston Astros, the Red Sox lacked offense for the entire night of Game 1 en route to a 7-2 loss. The Red Sox however were facing the team with the best away record in baseball this year and it was a steep hill to climb after winning the American League Division Series (ALDS) against the New York Yankees 3-1 earlier last week. From Game 1 of this series against the Astros, it's very clear that the Red Sox have to...

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