The Red Sox never replaced Craig Kimbrel and Joe Kelly last year. With Bloom now running the show, the Sox could go a number of ways.
by: Rick McNair — Fansided: BoSox Injection 16h
The Boston Red Sox closer situation is fluid, but the apparent front runner is Brandon Workman. I now dip into the memory bank and link to John Wyatt of th...
by: Sean Penney — Fansided: BoSox Injection 14 Nov
Boston Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez receiving Cy Young consideration isn't based on a sudden leap in his ability but rather improved health. The Basebal...
by: Ricky Doyle — NESN 13 Nov
Craig Kimbrel's departure opened the door for Brandon Workman to secure the Boston Red Sox's closer job midway through the…
by: Sean Penney — Fansided: BoSox Injection 13 Nov
The Boston Red Sox appear hesitant to commit to Brandon Workman as their closer and expect to add to their bullpen in free agency. The most pressing questi...
Boston Red Sox notebook: Chaim Bloom discusses Michael Chavis, other players on Day 2 of GM Meetings - masslive.com
by: Chris Cotillo | — Mass Live 13 Nov
A colelction of Red Sox-related notes from Day 2 of the GM Meetings.
by: Ian Browne — MLB: Red Sox 13 Nov
Brandon Workman will be a key piece to the Boston bullpen after his breakout performance in 2019. However, the Red Sox haven’t committed to him as the closer. That is no slight at Workman. It’s more a case of new chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom...
by: N/A — The Boston Globe 13 Nov
Chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom said that he’s open to both having a defined closer or taking a more versatile approach to the position.
by: Sean Penney — Fansided: BoSox Injection 12 Nov
Chaim Bloom has an offseason agenda for the Boston Red Sox but he isn't going to limit himself by placing his priorities in any particular order. The Bosto...
by: Chad Finn — Boston Globe Media 12 Nov
If, or when, they trade him, and they should not, at least it will be interesting to see what new baseball boss Chaim Bloom can get in return. Ah, heck, forget acceptance. Ugh.
by: The Associated Press — The Boston Globe 11 Nov
The knack Bloom had in Tampa for finding talent at bargain prices bodes well for the Red Sox as they try to pare their payroll while remaining competitive.
John Henry, Boston Red Sox owner: ‘I don’t think of it as a business. This is not the business I would choose to go into' - masslive.com
by: Christopher Smith | firstname.lastname@example.org — Mass Live 11 Nov
The Boston Red Sox led Major League Baseball in payroll both in 2018 and 2019, spending approximately $480 million combined.
by: John Tomase — NBC Sports Boston 11 Nov
The GM meetings are usually pretty sleepy, writes John Tomase. But this year, the Boston Red Sox and Chaim Bloom need to hit the ground running as they look to retool.
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