Red Sox Interested in Keeping Shohei Ohtani
Among MLB reports, the Boston Red Sox have been mentioned as serious candidates to keep Shohei Ohtani and their interest in resuming some exchange negotiations for the Japanese is known.
New President Prioritizes Dream Lineup
All this leads one to think that the Red Sox’s new president of baseball operations, Craig Breslow, has as a priority putting together a dream lineup for the next Major League season.
Red Sox Seek Help After Playoff Drought
Boston has been out of the playoffs for two years in a row and is in last place in the division, so it makes sense that they bring in help for players like Rafael Devers, Masataka Yoshida, and Trevor Story.
Promising Prospect for Center Field
The young prospect, born in Curacao 23 years ago, already had the opportunity to debut in the Major Leagues and showed what he is capable of doing. It is not strange that the Red Sox are considering giving him the starting job in center field in 2024. In 28 games, he left a .241/.281/.386 line with a .666 OPS, 6 doubles, 2 home runs, 5 RBIs, and 3 stolen bases. He also showcased the power of his arm. While Boston could pursue a top outfielder, they have other priorities and faith in Rafaela.