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Red Sox Review

2020 in Review: Alex Verdugo

It was a good first impression for the new right fielder.

2020 in Review: Christian Vázquez

It was another strong year for the Red Sox catcher.

2020 in Review: Phillips Valdez

Valdez was a nice surprise in Boston’s bullpen.

2020 in Review: Robert Stock

It wasn’t a great audition summer for Stock.

2020 in Review: Jeffrey Springs

It was a sneaky decent-ish year for the lefty.

2020 in Review: Kevin Plawecki

The backup catcher was a pleasant surprise when he got his chances in 2020.

2020 in Review: Martín Pérez

It turns out it was just one year in Boston, at least for now.

2020 in Review: José Peraza

The Red Sox took a flier on Peraza, but it didn’t pay off for either side.

2020 in Review: Yairo Muñoz

It wasn’t a huge sample, but he likely earned a role for 2021.

2020 in Review: Chris Mazza

He may have carved out a depth role for at least one more year.

2020 in Review: J.D. Martinez

It was a rough one for the slugger.

2020 in Review: Tzu-Wei Lin

Perhaps the last we’ll see of the utility player.

2020 in Review: Tanner Houck

A big impression in a small sample.

2020 in Review: Zack Godley

The low-risk move did not pan out.

2020 in Review: Nathan Eovaldi

He was miscast in his role on the roster, but overall it was a good year.

2020 in Review: Rafael Devers

A look back at an uneven year for the Red Sox third baseman.

2020 in Review: Bobby Dalbec

It was a good first showing for the rookie first baseman.

2020 in Review: Michael Chavis

It was a rough sophomore campaign for the infielder.

2020 in Review: Austin Brice

A look back at the righty’s first year in Boston.

2020 in Review: Colten Brewer

Mixed results in mixed roles.

2020 in Review: Ryan Brasier

A look back at the year that was for the right-handed reliever.

2020 in Review: Jackie Bradley Jr.

If this ends up being Bradley Jr.’s last season in Boston, it was a pretty great one to end on.

2020 in Review: Xander Bogaerts

A look back at another big year for the team’s best player.

2020 in Review: Andrew Benintendi

He was 2020 in human form. That’s bad.

2020 in Review: Matt Barnes

This was not Barnes’ best season, but he finished strong at the very least.

2020 in Review: Christian Arroyo

He came on late, and made a big impression.

2020 in Review: Jonathan Araúz

We start our player review series with the Rule 5 draftee who made it through the season on the roster.

2019 in Review: Brandon Workman

The final in our series looks at one of the biggest breakouts from the season.

2019 in Review: Ryan Weber

A look back at the season for Boston’s depth starter

2019 in Review: Marcus Walden

It was a.....fine year for Marcus Walden

2019 in Review: Hector Velázquez

A look back at the year that was for the depth righty

2019 in Review: Christian Vázquez

One of the biggest breakouts of the year.


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