It was a good first impression for the new right fielder.
It was another strong year for the Red Sox catcher.
Valdez was a nice surprise in Boston’s bullpen.
It wasn’t a great audition summer for Stock.
It was a sneaky decent-ish year for the lefty.
The backup catcher was a pleasant surprise when he got his chances in 2020.
It turns out it was just one year in Boston, at least for now.
The Red Sox took a flier on Peraza, but it didn’t pay off for either side.
It wasn’t a huge sample, but he likely earned a role for 2021.
He may have carved out a depth role for at least one more year.
It was a rough one for the slugger.
Perhaps the last we’ll see of the utility player.
A big impression in a small sample.
The low-risk move did not pan out.
He was miscast in his role on the roster, but overall it was a good year.
A look back at an uneven year for the Red Sox third baseman.
It was a good first showing for the rookie first baseman.
It was a rough sophomore campaign for the infielder.
A look back at the righty’s first year in Boston.
Mixed results in mixed roles.
A look back at the year that was for the right-handed reliever.
If this ends up being Bradley Jr.’s last season in Boston, it was a pretty great one to end on.
A look back at another big year for the team’s best player.
He was 2020 in human form. That’s bad.
This was not Barnes’ best season, but he finished strong at the very least.
He came on late, and made a big impression.
We start our player review series with the Rule 5 draftee who made it through the season on the roster.
The final in our series looks at one of the biggest breakouts from the season.
A look back at the season for Boston’s depth starter
It was a.....fine year for Marcus Walden
A look back at the year that was for the depth righty
One of the biggest breakouts of the year.
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Ten years ago today, Jason Varitek, captain of the Boston Red Sox and a key member of its championship squads in 2004 and 2007, announced his retirement after playing his entire 15-year major league career with Boston. pic.twitter.com/WGJquos6qh— Baseball Reference (@baseball_ref) March 1, 2022
Ten years ago today, Jason Varitek, captain of the Boston Red Sox and a key member of its championship squads in 2004 and 2007, announced his retirement after playing his entire 15-year major league career with Boston. pic.twitter.com/WGJquos6qh