The Sox are dead last of 30 MLB teams in OPS and in runs scored per game. This is also a team that is by and large injury free. In fact, Sizemore, has been surprisingly healthy and is hitting far better than Bradley, who was the heir apparent to the CF job. In fact, the more the regulars play these days, the worse the hitting is. Guys who have been hitting--like Lavarnway, Marrero, Vazquez, Brentz, Brown--are not going to Baltimore (or Boston). Pedroia is doing fine, and so are Nava and Carp, and that is about it. No, I'm not forgetting Sizemore. His OPS so far is .678. But that's a bunch better than Bradley's .563, plus Bradley leads the team in K's with 17, which is about once per three at bats. Bradley is hitting .188.
All of the above is I realize borderline irrelevant. This is spring training, for crying out loud. The point is to get some swings, throw some pitches, work on your fielding, and avoid injury. Nothing else matters.
Come March 31, now 6 days away, in Baltimore, the Sox will destroy the Orioles, who are unwisely hitting and pitching well in ST. They clearly didn't get the memo--ST means nothing. Nothing.