State Of The Sox By: Chad Riley

Cora Is Back

So sox fans, now that Cora is back and at the helm as the manager, the question now becomes how is this years sox team going to be different than last year? Now even with the shortened season due to this worldwide pandemic that has literally taken this world by storm, our beloved team, definitely didn’t have the “best season” to their standards.

When it comes to the starting rotation, Eduardo Rodriguez is looking to be fully ready for the start of spring training. This news is huge considering what the lefty went through last season, due to the complications suffered from COVID-19 which caused him his heart problem, but thankfully, he has recovered, and is looking forward to the upcoming season.

Still Holes On The Team

Rodriguez is going to bolster the top of the rotation, while Chris Sale continues to make his comeback from Tommy John Surgery, as he won’t be ready for the first two months of the season. Behind Rodriguez and Sale, falls in Nate Eovaldi, and then the other few spots are up for grabs. Now there are still the same names , the Sox did add Hunter Renfroe, a solid bat, and outfielder. Bloom did say that there might be a possibility that a big name might be added, but all is quiet at the moment, so we’ll have to wait and see what happens with that.

The Sox are also looking at a couple of other names in free agency.

But as always, we’ll have to see what plays out.

Who do you think the #redsox should sign?

Until next time..

I’ll talk to you later.

Chad Rley

Diehard Boston Sports Fans

Redsox Writer

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