Boston Red Sox: 5 Things GM Ben Cherington Should Address This Offseason

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Boston Red Sox: 5 Things GM Ben Cherington Should Address This Offseason
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The 2011 Boston Red Sox went on an incredible journey. Last spring training, they were World Series favorites. After a 2-10 start, they were last in the AL East. They recovered well and reinstated themselves as favorites for the American League pennant.

Then the collapse started. The Sox quickly fell from pennant hopefuls to playoff contenders to competing for the AL Wild Card to, finally, the lowly depths of the biggest September choke in baseball history. Then the postmortem began.

With manager Terry Francona and general manager Theo Epstein gone, the owners turned to Ben Cherington as Carmine's new buddy. And he is left with a terrible mess.

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