Scott Lauber On The Adam Jones Show: Who Bats Leadoff For Red Sox?

February 28, 2014 3:33 PM
Scott Lauber On The Adam Jones Show: Who Bats Leadoff For Red Sox?
" BOSTON (CBS) — When Jacoby Ellsbury left Boston for New York this winter, it left a big hole atop the Red Sox lineup for 2014.

While Jackie Bradley Jr. is seen as Ellsbury’s replacement in center, the Red Sox are without a true leadoff hitter as spring games get underway. ┬áThe Boston Herald’s Scott Lauber joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show on Thursday to discuss Boston’s issues atop their lineup, and who could fill the void left by Ellsbury.

“It’s going to be interesting. If I’m Farrell I use a combination there. The [Shane] Victorino and [Daniel] Nava combo, with Nava playing against righties and Victorino against lefties may be the best way to go,” said Lauber. “I don’t know if that’s how they’ll do it; ultimately they might prefer to have one guy up there once they get deep enough into the season.”

Read: Red Sox Start Spring With 5-2 Wins Over Northeastern, Boston College

Both players led off for Boston a few times in 2013, with Victorino going 7-for-36 (.194) with seven runs and a walk atop Boston’s lineup, with Nava going 11-for-38 (.289) with eight runs scored and a walk "

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