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The Boston Red Sox went from worst to first and then back to worst again, and the moves they made in the offseason certainly shows they hope that trend continues in 2015.
The Red Sox made a strong run at Jon Lester before losing out to the Cubs, but they added both Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez to add much-needed pop to their lineup. It remains to be seen how both players adjust to the AL, or how Ramirez will do playing in the outfield.
The starting rotation remains a mystery. Without Lester, the team lacks a true ace, but they are hardly alone in that respect. They did acquire Joe Kelly, Wade Miley and Rick Porcello over the past year, none of those guys strike fear in opponents.
The bullpen could also have some potential road bumps. They traded away Andrew Miller at last year's deadline, and he ended up in New York in the offseason. That's a big loss. They did retain Koji Uehara, but he isn't getting any younger.
There also has to be some level of concern over David Ortiz. The 39-year old continues to defy Father Time, but one of these days, he is going to fall of a cliff, and whose to say that isn't this season?
The Red Sox will be a much-improved team in 2015 because, quite frankly, they can't be much worse and added key pieces in the offseason. Whether they live up to the media hype as the division's best team is another matter.
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