Boston Red Sox: Winners and Losers from First Month of Action

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Boston Red Sox: Winners and Losers from First Month of Action
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It has been all smiles and high-fives for the 2013 Boston Red Sox so far.

Their debatable sellout streak may be over, but the 2013 Red Sox have quickly become the talk of Boston after their incredible start to the season.

At 18-7, the Sox are off to their best start since they opened the 2004 season at 18-7. We all know how that year turned out—with World Series rings in Boston.

This year’s team owes its success not to a host of mashing offensive talent, but rather to its starting pitching. Red Sox starters boast a 15-4 record and 3.07 ERA. Take out the putrid numbers of Alfredo Aceves’ three starts and the starting staff's numbers look even better (14-4, 2.59 ERA).

Yes, it is safe to say the stink of the Bobby Valentine era has been washed away by this tremendous April.

However, that is not to say that everything is perfect. Several players on the Red Sox roster have not fared as well so far and will be looking to bounce back over the rest of the season.

Let’s take a look at the winners and losers from the Red Sox’s hot start.

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