Neither the New York Yankees nor the Boston Red Sox ended their seasons with a win, which means they have work to do. With two of the largest payrolls in Major League Baseball, it’s the general managers' turn to be the players.
In the 2012 offseason, both clubs are pursuing pitching.
Sure, they could use some slight tune-ups in other positions, but the hunt for hurlers has both teams wearing blinders.
As in the past, the Yankees and the Red Sox will cross paths in their chase for the best player.
This year is no exception.