12 Reasons Red Sox Fans Should Both Love and Hate Boston's Offseason Moves

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12 Reasons Red Sox Fans Should Both Love and Hate Boston's Offseason Moves
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How do you feel about Ben Cherington's moves this offseason?

The Red Sox have been very active this offseason—maybe more active than all the other teams in baseball.

After unloading hefty salaries in the blockbuster trade with the Dodgers this past August, the Red Sox had major cap room and serious positional needs.

The team has added seven free agents, covering several different positions, and a new manager since its season ended on Oct. 3.

The seven new Red Sox players’ salaries for the 2013 season add up to $61.1 million. But, that’s not all the cash they’ve handed over this offseason.

The new additions filled the major positional voids, but were they the most valuable options for the team?

The following slides will reveal the six reasons to love and the six reasons to hate Boston’s offseason moves thus far.

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