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So, how do the Sox look this year?
After last year’s historic season in which the Red Sox won the World Series in spectacular and convincing fashion against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the prospects also look good this year. Virtually all the standout players have returned. Mookie Betts and JD Martinez lead the way at the plate again this year while Chris Sale and David Price lead the starting rotation. Players that didn’t perform up to par for the whole 2018 season –Jackie Bradley (offensively), and Christian Vasquez (injury) should do better this year. Andrew Benintendi, a rising star, promises to be even better in 2019. Third Baseman Rafael Devers could be a power hitting superstar. Hopefully, he will be in better shape this year and more disciplined at the plate. Pitcher Nathan Evoldi — a standout in the World Series — has returned to the Red Sox this year for a full season. Pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez should take his enormous potential to the next level for the 2019 season. Price, a possible future hall of fame pitcher, finally found playoff success and confidence. That’s good peace of mind for the future, knowing that a talented pitcher has the ability to come through when it counts most.
The bullpen was shaky during the regular season and fantastic, for the most part, in the playoffs. I believe the bullpen will be fine for the 2019 season with Matt Barnes, Ryan Brasier and Heath Hembree stepping it up. If free agent closer Craig Kimbrell returns to the Sox, all the much better! That’s highly unlikely, though, as the Sox seem unwilling to pay him the big bucks.
Will the Red Sox win 108 games this year? Probably not. Not many teams in the history of the game have won that many in a season. The Sox have won 100+ games only four times in its history.
Still, the Sox could be every bit as good this year as last. Just expect more competition this year, especially from the Yankees who fell flat in the 2018 playoffs.
Mookie Betts. J.D. Martinez. Xander Bogaerts. Benintendi. Sale. Price. Rick Porcello. This team is loaded with impact players, as well as a deep bench. Here’s hoping for a World Series repeat in 2019. See you at the game!