Red Sox Madness Finals: For all the marbles

It has all come down to this. Sixteen men enter, one man leaves, and that man will be either Josh Beckett or Dustin Pedroia. Who's success will go further in determining the Red Sox fate this season? Who will have their own Red Sox Madness tournament "One Shining Moment"?

Remember, the simple question is "who's success is more important to the overall success of the Boston Red Sox in 2009?" Vote away after the jump!
It has all come down to this.  Sixteen men enter, one man leaves, and that man will be either Josh Beckett or Dustin Pedroia.  Who’s success will go further in determining the Red Sox fate this season? Who will have their own Red Sox Madness tournament “One Shining Moment”?

Remember, the simple question is “who’s success is more important to the overall success of the Boston Red Sox in 2009?” Vote away!

Please feel free to battle your opinions out in the comments and enjoy the Madness!


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Tim Daloisio has been blogging about the Red Sox since 5 minutes after he discovered what a blog was in 2003. After managing the blogs Musings from RSN and The Red Sox Times, Tim decided to join the Fire Brand community at the beginning of the 2008 season as a writer and producer and host of the Fireside Chats weekly podcast. When not writing, talking, or thinking about the Red Sox, Tim spends his time in NH with his wife and two daughters.

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  1. Tim Daloisio April 5, 2009 at 5:23 AM #

    We'll need a dominant Josh Beckett this season. In my opinion, his injury was the one single thing that kept this team from hanging a World Series banner tomorrow instead of being knocked out in the ALCS.

  2. Jrod April 5, 2009 at 6:36 AM #

    http://www.fannation.com/truth_and_rumors/view/97
    check this out if this happens (and it makes sense) it would be all over for the rest of the league adding Ryan would make our bullpen the deepest of all time, and Rios could take over for Bay after this season.

  3. Evan April 5, 2009 at 12:04 PM #

    Offense is the question, but gotta go Beckett.