Red Sox Analysis
Everyone in the Red Sox’s lineup has been hitting recently, including an outfield group that has struggled at the plate for much of the year. For the Red Sox to fully return to contention, that must continue, one way or another.
Let’s try to find the positives in an ocean of offensive struggles.
How did Chaim Bloom’s bad offseason lead up to this disastrous start to the year and will it get worse?
Michael Wacha has been very good in the Red Sox’s rotation, but some disquieting metrics lay below the surface of his strong start to the 2022 season.
I don’t think it’s happening, but there is plenty of justification for the thought.
The Red Sox offense desperately needs a change.
The righty’s been good otherwise, but what’s the deal with the long balls?
It’s been a rally killer so far this season.
Alex Cora has options he can turn to in big moments.
Theory turned into practice, for at least one day.
Not the best players, but perhaps the most important.