Red Sox offensive production starts with the letter B
Jackie Bradley Jr.
Jackie Bradley Jr. (B3), or JBJ as he’s commonly referred to now.
Bradley seems to have finally found his groove after his 4th season in the bigs. JBJ was someone who was lauded for his glove more than his bat, but that changed during the 2016 season. Bradley’s numbers all saw a jump with his home run and runs knocked in totals raising the most brows.
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Bradley is a whole new player after his 2014 campaign. For the second year in a row people have looked at Jackie Bradley’s numbers and said WOW after looking at the numbers from the year before.
Just two seasons ago, Bradley was hitting a meager .198. In 2015, his averaged jumped to .249, to go along with 10 home runs and 43 RBI. Last year’s breakout season saw him hit .267 with 26 homers and 87 RBI.
Considering JBJ is turning 27 years old next month and his numbers are still on the rise, I’m thinking we still haven’t seen a peak yet. That’s great news for Red Sox fans.