Red Sox Outfield
Rusney Castillo homered Tuesday night in the Pawtucket Red Sox’ losing effort against the Omaha Storm Chasers in the Triple-A title game. Now, it’s time for him to make his major league debut.
The Red Sox announced a transaction Monday afternoon.
Monday night was just the 22nd game Brock Holt has played right field this season, but you’d think he was a life-long gold glover thanks to a spectacular catch in the fifth inning.
It doesn’t matter where John Farrell pencils his super-utility man in to play, Brock Holt makes a difference.
The Year of the Brock Holt will have a new chapter on Tuesday night.
Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington remains convinced the defending World Series champions can rebound from a disappointing start without a massive roster overhaul.
The seesaw Red Sox are back to their losing ways after getting swept by the Cleveland Indians, and it might be time for them to make a move to improve their historically bad outfield.
Worst outfield in MLB history? Don’t worry. Help is on the way!
Nelson Cruz is a one-man wrecking machine giving basically the same output as the entire Red Sox outfield.
The Red Sox outfield has been historically bad in 2014, but SI’s Joe Sheehan says bats are not hard to find via mid-season trades.