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John Schreiber Has Been Spectacular from the Red Sox Bullpen

So far this season, the Red Sox bullpen has been full of inconsistency. While Boston has played better of late, questions remain.

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Report: Red Sox Claim Southpaw Reliever

Chaim Bloom and Brian O’Halloran’s inaugural move as Chief Baseball Officer and General Manager was claiming left-handed reliever Josh Osich off waivers from the Chicago White Sox. The #RedSox today claimed LHP Josh Osich off waivers from the Chicago White

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Offseason Objectives: Target Relief Pitching

While the Red Sox are looking to cut salary, they still have a job to do regarding their bullpen. Whether you think the team’s bullpen was good in 2019 or not, you can certainly agree that you can never have

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Leandre: The Red Sox Bullpen Has a Good Foundation

All year long, the biggest scapegoat for the Boston Red Sox struggles was their seemingly closer-less bullpen. In their first season without Craig Kimbrel since 2015, Boston’s bullpen mirrored that of their starting lineup in their first year sans David

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On to 2020: Red Sox Reliever Targets

Bullpen this, bullpen that. The bullpen “got lucky” when they won, or they are terrible when they blow a lead. No matter what your opinion is of the Boston Red Sox bullpen as a whole, it’s definitely obvious that this

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Leandre: Best Trade Target You’ve Never Heard of

Contrary to what statistics might tell you, the Boston Red Sox bullpen is far from intimidating to opposing lineups.

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Could Red Sox Add Relief Via Free Agency?

“The bullpen stinks.” “Should have re-signed Craig Kimbrel.” “Why is Heath Hembree the best reliever on this team?” Just a few statements that have been consistently ringing through Red Sox Nation since the first home-stand of the season. While each

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Red Sox Trade Target: Sean Doolittle

Yup. You guessed it. Another reliever cracks the list of Red Sox trade targets. This time, the reliever in question is coming from a team in a relatively peculiar spot. Sean Doolittle, as it stands, pitches for the Washington Nationals.

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Spring Training Doesn’t Mean Nothing

The Boston Red Sox are slogging through the long spring training schedule, winless in their last nine.

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Leandre: The Red Sox Bullpen Looks as Shaky as Advertised

It was to be expected that a team lacking a definitive answer at the closing position would struggle to get the candidates ready in a timely manner.

However, to this point, Matt Barnes has made just one appearance and allowed four earned runs in an inning, and Ryan Brasier has yet to see game action due to a toe infection.

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