Taking Stock Of The Sox: Is Boston A Real World Series Contender?

July 15, 2013 3:25 PM
Taking Stock Of The Sox: Is Boston A Real World Series Contender?
" BOSTON (CBS) – As the baseball world takes a deep breath for the All-Star break, now is the perfect time to go back in time a few months and try to refresh our memories as to what was being said about the Boston Red Sox before the 2013 MLB season began.

In ESPN ’s huge season preview, just four of the 44 experts called for the Red Sox to earn a wild-card berth, with the other 40 leaving the Sox out of the playoff picture entirely. ESPN’s overall season preview predicted the Red Sox to finish fifth in the AL East with the Blue Jays leading the way. On Grantland, Jonah Keri had the Red Sox finishing the season at 82-80 and in fourth place

USA Today predicted the Red Sox would finish third in the East, while Bleacher Report called for a last-place finish for Boston. Of the six experts over at Hardball Talk, zero predicted the Red Sox to finish higher than third, with four predicting fourth-place finishes and one predicting a fifth-place finish "

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