Red Sox offseason overview - with the Boston Globe's Gordon Edes
The Red Sox began the 2006 season with “too many” starting pitchers, and ended it sending guys named Gabbard and Snyder to the hill. What will the 2007 rotation look like? The Sox are off to a good start with Curt Schilling, Josh Beckett, Tim Wakefield, and Jon Papelbon penciled in, but there’s no doubt they could use more help. The Globe’s Gordon Edes identifies five options for the Sox, and we let you vote on which you think is best.
Starting pitching:
Edes's five options
The Red Sox began the 2006 season with “too many” starting pitchers, and ended it sending guys named Gabbard and Snyder to the hill. What will the 2007 rotation look like? The Sox are off to a good start with Curt Schilling, Josh Beckett, Tim Wakefield, and Jon Papelbon penciled in, but there’s no doubt they could use more help. The Globe’s Gordon Edes identifies five options for the Sox, and we let you vote on which you think is best.
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