How to deal with the Red Sox’ first base vacancy

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Jun 23, 2015; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval (R) speaks to first baseman Mike Napoli (L) after the two collided during the seventh inning of a game against the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

No matter what the Red Sox decide to do, it doesn’t look like Napoli will be the starter much longer. It’s always a shame to see a fan favorite lose his place on the team, but it’s definitely time to cut ties with Napoli.

The options that appear most likely are to move Holt to first base or to acquire Lind, but perhaps the Red Sox will be able to convince Ramirez, Sandoval, or Ortiz to spend some time at first. After all, moving Sandoval or Ramirez would kill two birds with one stone by moving HanRam and his nonexistent glove out of the outfield.

So, what would you do? Would you swing a deal for Lind, shift the Brock star to first base, or throw all caution to the wind and slide one of Boston’s offseason acquisitions over to first base? Let us know in the poll below.