Will Sox grab one of these starters by the deadline?

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    Bad choices!!

    Where is Greinke or Felix?
     
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    Sox reportedly not in on Greinke and let's stop with Felix please...
     
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    No. They will be "close" to getting all of them, but Benny C will be afraid to pull the trigger.

    Johnson is the only one worth going for, btw.
     
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    can you say Francisco Liriano ?
     
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    The Red Sox will get no one.  
     
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    No. They will be "close" to getting all of them, but Benny C will be afraid to pull the trigger. Johnson is the only one worth going for, btw.
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    Sure. An NL pitcher with an ERA above 4 will do well in the ALE. He'll fit right in with our current rotation.
     
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    can you say Francisco Liriano ?
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    This move would be more in line with Ben's thinking. An ERA above 5, low-risk, cheap, and washed up.
     
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    The Red Sox just need their starters to pitch better.

    As long as each starter pitches around 7 innings and give up 3 runs, then Red Sox will be fine.  But our starters have been giving up way too many runs.  
     
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    Posted by seannybboi
    cliff lee's contract is a killer .. i don't who will take on a commitment like that. I doubt the sox would spend that kind of money without clearing significant salary somewhere else.
     
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  12. One official who spoke with the Marlins brass estimates that the odds Josh Johnson remains with Miami are "95 percent." The Red Sox, Angels, Rangers, White Sox, Blue Jays, and Royals have all checked in.
 
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    Several clubs have approached the Red Sox about possible trades involving outfielders such as Ryan Kalish, Ryan Sweeney and Cody Ross. The Pirates and Reds have both scouted the Red Sox extensively, according to Edes.
     
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    Four general managers say Cliff Lee isn’t yet formally available, according to Rosenthal and Morosi. Yet other executives expect the Phillies to consider trade offers for the left-hander this week. Lee, who has three years and $87.5MM remaining on his contract after this season, can block trades to 21 teams. The Rangers and Yankees are not among those teams, Rosenthal and Morosi report. The FOX Sports reporters suggest Rangers GM Jon Daniels prefers Lee to Cole Hamels.
     
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