Photo by Kelly O'Connor of sittingstill.smugmug.com

Photo by Kelly O’Connor of sittingstill.smugmug.com

The Sox are taking the patient approach to the offseason, in stark contrast to what they did last year. It’s unsettling, but nothing out of the ordinary, really.

So, naturally, Napoli has about all of these.

Categories: 2014 Red Sox offseason Andrew Bailey Boston Red Sox David Ortiz Dioner Navarro Logan Morrison Mike Napoli Oakland Athletics Rafael Furcal Scott Kazmir

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  1. jsc1973 December 2, 2013 at 10:37 PM #

    I doubt that the Red Sox would use Logan Morrison as a smokescreen to sign Corey Hart. Hart hit a lot of home runs before he got hurt, but he really wasn’t a great player because he doesn’t get on base very much. Plus, we have no idea if he could come back from an injury and from missing an entire season and play at his old level. 
    If the Red Sox are in on LoMo, it’s more likely because he has two weaknesses that are easily fixed. One is that he can’t hit left-handers, and the other is that he doesn’t hit well in Marlins Park (.641 OPS). In fact, a lot of his apparent regression is because he did hit well in SunLife before the Marlins moved. Use him as a platoon player and get him out of Marlins Park (especially if you move him into Fenway) and he might be quite useful.