Red Sox offensive production starts with the letter B
Boston Red Sox fans should be excited to see what the Sox offense can do in the post David Ortiz era, led by the four B’s.
There’s no question that losing David Ortiz was going to be a significant blow for the boys in Bean Town. The numbers speak for themselves. The Boston Red Sox did just lose one of the most prolific power hitters that Major League Baseball has ever seen. A sure bet to make the Hall of Fame, Big Papi’s shoes are going to be difficult to fill.
Insert the four B’s – Mookie Betts, Xander Bogaerts, Jackie Bradley and Andrew Benintendi.
Batting starts with ‘B’ so naturally it makes sense that the Red Sox future should start with the same letter. Pitching starts with ‘P’ so again, it makes sense that the Red Sox pitching staff includes David Price, Rick Porcello and Drew Pomeranz. Article to follow.
Not to mention the Red Sox have Eduardo Rodriguez and acquired the best available arm in Chris Sale via trade this past off-season, a move further bolstering an already impressive starting rotation to make it one of the best if not the best in all of baseball.
Getting back to the offense, let’s take a closer look at the four B’s that will be linchpins in Boston’s lineup for years to come.