Though the Boston Red Sox finished the first half atop the American League East, one could argue that the team should be better. Nevermind that the Sox started slow, losing what felt like 30 games straight to start the season. What I'm saying is that the Red Sox should be getting more production out of a typically strong offensive position: right field.
Which brings us to J.D. Drew.
Forgive me if I sound like a broken record, but my displeasure with the $14 million man has reached an all-time high. I need Drew out of the lineup. I need it now.
As such, this article will focus on ways the Red Sox can bolster their production in right field. Of course, they could just slide Josh Reddick (whose batting average is hovering around .400) into right field when Carl Crawford returns. But that would be too easy.