Sox face tough decisions with starting rotation

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    Sox face tough decisions with starting rotation

     

     

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    Re: Sox face tough decisions with starting rotation

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              It's simply. Dempster goes to the pen.

             Sox could actually get by with 4 starters given all the off days the rest of the way.

     
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    Re: Sox face tough decisions with starting rotation

    I really think the PS roster is going to be interesting especially from a Pitcher standpoint. Assuming the 4 starters are Lester, Peavy, Lackey and Buchholz, you then need to decide the Bullpen....do you carry 8 or 7 relievers.....having the Extra Bench player like Berry might be more useful tahn an 8th reliever.....so if you carry 7, the definites are Uehara, Tazawa and Breslow and Doubront becomes a 2nd Lefty....the Righties choices remaining are Workman, Dempster, De La Rosa and maybe Webster with Lefty choice of Thornton, Morales and Britton.,,,how many you choose from  Column A or B may depend on opponent.

    Has for the Regulars.....Ells, Victorino, Pedey Papi, Naps, Nava, Salty, Drew, Middlebrooks are the normal Lineup,, with Gomes, Carp, Ross and probably McDonald as the Bench....if you only keep the 11 pitchers, you can carry Berry (Pinch Runner) or Boergarts or Snyder as the righty IF off the bench or Lava as a 3rd catcher, righty Power off the bench.....tough decisions.

     
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