Real baseball is inching ever so close.
As for what will happen when the 2015 Red Sox season finally gets underway April 6 in Philadelphia, expectations might be as varied as ever. Not many are predicting a run through the AL and another World Series berth, but few believe back-to-back last-place finishes are in store. To be sure, there won’t be any “Best Team Ever” headlines splattered on back pages throughout Boston this month.
Yet while the optimism may be more tempered than a typical spring, there are still reasons to believe in the Red Sox. They’re in a division with no clear-cut favorite, they have an intimidating lineup, and they have enough guys with championship experience to make earning a postseason berth a realistic hope "
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