In the offseason, the Red Sox signed Carl Crawford and traded for Adrian Gonzalez, one of the most expensive shopping sprees in the history of free agency. That being said, they didn't leave many needs for the trade deadline.
After an odd start, the team is playing as expected. It is first in every major offensive category and, more importantly, first in the AL East.
So why wouldn't the Red Sox be buying at the deadline? Let's take a look.