While the Boston Red Sox have managed to fight their way above .500, they have done so without Carl Crawford and Jacoby Ellsbury.
Even though the replacements have surpassed expectations, they are bound to regress, and none of them are of the same caliber as Ellsbury and Crawford.
The bullpen has also managed to be the saving grace for the pitching staff, yet it's done it without its two major acquisitions from the offseason.
Both the outfield and the bullpen will benefit from reinforcements, and the Red Sox will use them to make a late-season push for a playoff spot.
Check out how these players will improve the outfield and the bullpen, and I have one pitcher who will provide the starting rotation with a boost.