Red Sox say good-bye to 2018 and hello to 2019
The 2018 season for the Boston Red Sox will be one to remember not only for the organization but for fans the world over. This was an incredibly special team that banded together and chased history from day one. With the Commissioner’s Trophy safely secured at Fenway Park, it’s time to get back to work.
There may not necessarily be an urgency to make our team better as it’s hard to argue with a 108-54 regular season record. Not to mention the 11-3 dominant run through the playoffs. But the target will be placed firmly on the backs of the Red Sox.
With the Yankees, Dodgers, and Astros all looking to get better to avenge their postseason losses. Dombrowski will have his hands full not only with our squad but by trying to keep pace with the other organizations.
In just a few short weeks, President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski will head to the Winter Meetings with one thing in mind, repeat. With a majority of the core players of the 2018 squad still intact, he will look to add where he feels necessary and build upon this great foundation. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be frantically updating your browsers when the meetings kick off.