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: 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: 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.
by: N/A — MLB: Red Sox 11 Nov
Dave Dombrowski did exactly what the Red Sox hired him to do, delivering the 2018 World Series championship in his third season on the job as president of baseball operations. But ownership's skepticism that he could build a sustainable, cost-efficien
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.
by: Ricky Doyle — NESN 11 Nov
Building a bullpen is an inexact science. It also can be the difference between fielding a legitimate World Series contender and sitting at home come October. The Red Sox’s relief corps, fairly or …
Boston Red Sox 2020 payroll update: Chaim Bloom goes from MLB’s lowest payroll ($63M) to inheriting an estimated $222M - masslive.com
by: Christopher Smith | email@example.com — Mass Live 7 Nov
J.D. Martinez will count for $23.75 million toward the Competitive Balance Tax in 2020.
by: Ian Browne — MLB: Red Sox 6 Nov
Now that the World Series is over, the Red Sox, led by new chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom, can start shaping the roster for 2020. It is never too early for projections, so MLB.com will take its first crack at speculating what the 26-man roster...
by: Anthony DiComo — MLB: Mets 6 Nov
Enough with the narrative, says Edwin Díaz, the Mets’ 25-year-old reliever who can throw over 100 mph, who struck out more than 15.4 batters per nine innings last year and who is one year removed from being considered, without much debate, the best...
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