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Boston Red Sox: Projecting the Offense in 2012
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In 2011, the Boston Red Sox had arguably the best offense in baseball. The team led the majors in runs scored (875), hits (1,600), doubles (352), total bases (2,631), on-base percentage (.349) and slugging (.461). They also finished in the top three in average and home runs. In 2012, they will return most, if not all, of the usual suspects.

But that isn't to say that the team's powerhouse offense does not have question marks. Can Carl Crawford bounce back from the worst year of his career? Will they again get some of the worst offensive production in baseball from their right fielder? Can Jacoby Ellsbury reproduce his breakout season of last year?

Keep reading for my take on all of this and more.

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