Boston Red Sox: 5 Reasons to Be Optimistic About the 2014 Season

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Boston Red Sox: 5 Reasons to Be Optimistic About the 2014 Season
Patrick Semansky

There may have not been much optimism for the Boston Red Sox in 2013, but they quickly changed that perception throughout the course of the year.

With another regular season upon us, expectations are high for Boston as they officially begin the defense of their World Series title.

There are some differences to the roster, as Jacoby Ellsbury, Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Stephen Drew are no longer with the team. However, the front office has confidence in the players set to fill those holes on the field.

Returning to the postseason and the World Series will be a tall task, especially when talk of a potential dynasty has been thrown around.

Now that spring training is through and the regular season is underway, here are five things that should have Red Sox fans feeling optimistic about 2014.

 

All statistics from RedSox.com, unless otherwise noted. All contract information sourced from Cot’s Baseball Contracts.

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