Major League Baseball 2011: Why The Red Sox Bullpen Will Be A Strength

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Major League Baseball 2011: Why The Red Sox Bullpen Will Be A Strength
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In 2010, the Red Sox missed out on the postseason in large part due to its woeful bullpen. The relievers in 2010 posted a miserable 4.24 earned run average, which was good for 23rd in the MLB. The 19-23 record they produced played a major role in the Red Sox's failure to reach the playoffs. 

However, this winter, Boston has made the necessary transactions in order for its bullpen to be among the best in the league. Sure, it would have been nice to have added Rafael Soriano to their staff, however, its free agent signings and re-signings have been sufficient. 

In this article, I'll provide an outlook the Red Sox's most significant relievers, and why they will succeed in 2011.

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