Their team-building philosophy in recent years has been incongruent to say the least.
One year they’re inking Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford to max deals, the next trading them away. One year they’re making low risk short term deals to good character players, and the next year they’re back to signing risky long term deals.
Does this team have a team-building philosophy or not?
Tony Massarotti wonders, and he doesn’t know what to make of these recent signings by the Red Sox.
“I have no idea where this thing is going, and at the moment I don’t know what is more pathetic: the fact that the Red Sox are trying to buy their way back into my heart, or that they might be succeeding,” Mazz said to lead the conversation.
Like the Boston Globe’s Dan Shaughnessy, Mazz wants the hometown team to be good again and he’s glad to see them spending money.
“I’m such a softie "
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