|Tyler Thornburg. A new face to the Red Sox, and|
possibly a key piece in a shutdown bullpen
As in previous years, other bloggers also participated including fellow Baseball Bloggers Alliance members Mike from Seamheads, Christine from Boston Red Thoughts, Nate from The Loyal Bostonian and John from The Mighty Quinn Media Machine.
To see how these Red Sox bloggers answered these questions, take a look at the Red Sox Playing Pepper page at C70 at the bat.
Below are the questions with the answers that I provided. As always, I welcome your comments and thoughts:
1.Was it a good offseason for the team? Did they do what they needed to do? Is there any move you wished they had made that they didn’t?
No, sort of and maybe.
It’s very difficult for any offseason that involves the retirement of a legend to be considered good. The only way it could have been, is if at some point David Ortiz said “j/k, I’m coming back!”. Unfortunately, that did not happen.