Boston Red Sox: 10 Possible Acquisitions in the Second Half

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Boston Red Sox: 10 Possible Acquisitions in the Second Half
Red Sox GM Theo Epstien

No matter how strong their lineup seems heading into the season, the Boston Red Sox find themselves searching for answers every year prior to the MLB trade deadline.

The 2011 season is no different as the outfield, bullpen and starting rotation have all suffered deficiencies.

J.D. Drew is neither a short- nor long-term option in right field, the Sox recently traded Mike Cameron and Darnell McDonald's one-year breakout appears to be just that. Boston will need to address their dearth of talent in the outfield sooner or later.

Josh Reddick is putting up very impressive numbers, but the Sox no longer have any depth in the outfield which makes a move inevitable.

The rotation is banged up a bit right now and Boston has been plucking guys out of the minors to fill the gaps. The bullpen has been up and down all year aside from a few pieces and you can never have enough pitching.

Here's a gander at 10 options for the Red Sox that could step in and have a considerable impact for the run toward the playoffs.

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