How Will The Sox Do This Upcoming Season?

Tim CorwinContributor IDecember 22, 2009

BOSTON - OCTOBER 11:  David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox hits a foul in the second inning during Game Three of the ALDS against of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim during the 2009 MLB Playoffs at Fenway Park on October 11, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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The Sox should do great this spring. Also in the 2010 season. They have good players. Young players, and they're all healthy. That's what makes up all around good baseball teams.

Thank god they don't have Manny Ramirez! Especially after all of that performance enhancing drugs. The Sox are making good decisions player wise.

Because they are signing only the guys who are going to play good baseball. Only the guys who are give them a good record. Because last year's record wasn't good at all at the end of the season.

They are going to need to sign some really good starting and relief pitchers. They need a guy like " Cliff Lee," or even a "C.C. Sabathia." Or a young kid like "Stephen Strasburg."

If they start to sign guys that will help when they are having a bad game. They need to sign some new fielder's too. I mean Dustin Pedroia is great. But they need guys that can play just as good as him.

Maybe some guys that are young, and some that are veterans. But they don't need guys like "Lowell." But they need some one that can replace Bay's fielding and hitting.

Now J.D. Drew is no slouch. He can hit the long ball in clutch situations. He will make the gold glove catch. But they need a left fielder that is like that.

Ellsbury is a great out fielder, hitter. Well he is just another great ball player. So he won't be going anywhere. He will be with the Sox for probably another 5-7 years I'm guessing.

So if the Sox start making these good decisions, they will get good players. Or will they have another World Series trophy? Who knows?