Fixing the Red Sox in 3 Easy Steps

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12 years of playing in Boston have formed the view of Dustin Pedroia that teams are almost always judged every day as “whale s--” or “the greatest of all time”. Dustin says that it is rarely ever in-between.

However, the Red Sox are disproving the second baseman’s theory this year.

Just past the quarter mark in the season, Red Sox are 23-21, which is half a game closer to first position in the American League East than they are to last. The Red Sox have scored just 13 more runs that they have allowed. Boston has not won more than 2 games consecutively since the 4-game run in April 15 to 18, but haven’t lost over 3 straight sets either. Boston currently ranks roughly in the middle of the AL pack in slugging percentage and runs, but are dead last when it comes to home runs. Every 5 days, they send the league’s best pitcher to the mound. However, in between Chris Sale’s starts, there is nothing approximating the must-see viewing provided over the past 14 years by David Ortiz the retired franchise icon. Get Boston Red Sox Tickets to Fenway Park Games with 100% Buyer Guarantee.

Boston have been irritatingly mediocre. While they have hardly lost a cause their collection of young stars and $197 million payroll were supposed to make them the class of Al East. Instead, the team is struggling along in desperate need of something to kick them into gear.

Bearing that in mind, here are 3 ways to transform the Boston Red Sox into the team they should be or at least make them more flattering to a market that yawns at .500 records and water-treading.