Taking a look back at the Bottom 5 moments from last year.
Will the Red Sox be buyers or sellers at the deadline? And who could they be after?
Oh you betcha, The Advanced Scout is loading up on cheese curds to analyze the Minnesota Twins. Yah!
The Red Sox made a move to help ease the pain of their injured outfield. Marlon Byrd, 34, is now a member of the Sox.
If Boston waves Bay good-bye and Matt Holliday is out of reach, which of these established left-fielders would you like to see play the line at Fenway in 2010?
* Garret Anderson
* Marlon Byrd
* Fernando Tatis
* Randy Winn
Jason Bay. Matt Holliday. Jason Bay. Matt Holliday. Matt Holliday. Jason Bay. Jason Bay. Matt Holliday. Matt Holliday. Jason Bay.
Okay, let’s take a break from the two obvious left-fielder candidates and focus on other free agents that could be manning left field for the Red Sox in 2010.
I’m thinking that Theo’s going to give this club another run with a fill-in left-fielder because as comprised, the team is still very good. As comprised, the team can still hit 95 wins — if things go right.
To compete in a transition year, however, we’re going to need a left-fielder that can produce.