RED SOX BRIDGE (year) IS FALLING DOWN

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    Re: RED SOX BRIDGE (year) IS FALLING DOWN

    actually even if one of those things happen it changes things big time. i think one of those happening is very likely. 

     
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    In response to bostonfan191646's comment:
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    People, listen to Drewski. he knows his stuff. 

     

    another thing to think about before everyone panics. 

    the last year Buchholz was fully healthy, he posted a 2.33 ERA. not saying that's going to happen again, but what if he takes major step towards repeating that.

     

    2011 Lester had a 3.47 era and was very good up until the teams collapse. Not unreasonable to think that he can get back to that.

     

    Doubront took a pretty giant step forward last season. He is only 25 and should still be improving.

     

    Rubby De La Rosa has the tools and could be major league ready. 

     

    2 of these things happen and our staff is looking much better without BC making a single move

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    What's the chances 3 or 4 of these "what ifs" all come true?

    Better to sweeten the odds by signing a solid starter who projects to 3+ more years of very good performance.

     
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    ya. if you read the full post i said 2 of them happening is what you would hope for. and how many free agent pitchers like that are there on the market?

     

     

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