As baseball's Winter Meetings wind down in Orlando -- and Disney World again becomes a place where kids' dreams come true, rather than the place where the dreams of baseball fans tend to die as mere rumors -- the general consensus is that the Red Sox are in a pretty good position. They have resources remaining. Their ring-resulting success has made Boston a desirable destination again. And it has afforded them a chance to operate patiently by alleviating some of the pressure to make a splash.
At the same time, there's also agreement that the Sox still have some holes to fill. The left side of the infield needs to be fortified, be it with another regular or a role player. They could use an outfielder
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