The heir to Tim Wakefield's throne? Maybe.
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The Padres are reportedly scouting Boston's prospects, but even though the Padres clearly are open to trading a starting pitcher, the Red Sox seem to not be in the market for a rotation upgrade.
The Yankees have been a dynastic team since early in the 20th century, while the Red Sox rode a more recent wave of good fortune. However, it's the Blue Jays looking for the repeat in 2016. Who will win the AL East?
The Red Sox have three last place finishes in the last four but a World Series title in the other. They were aggressive this past offseason. Will it work?
Which numbers will go a long way toward determining how each fares in the upcoming season? Let's explore, starting with the American League East.
The two sluggers struggled badly in their first seasons in Boston. Will 2016 be any different?
There's a new sheriff in town, and Dave Dombrowski wasted no time making big moves. Scott White looks at what the Red Sox have to offer Fantasy owners.
The Red Sox will almost certainly be better in 2016 than they were in 2015. Whether they return to the postseason, though, depends in part upon what kind of innings they get from Clay Buchholz and Rick Porcello.
Can Zack Greinke match his stellar 2015? How about some pitchers moving to the National League? Heath Cummings looks at NL pitchers who may see changes in fortune.

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