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Red Sox's J.D. Martinez: Working on timing
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Martinez went 2-for-3 with three RBI in Wednesday's game against the Rays, but admitted his timing at the plate is still behind schedule, Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald reports.

Martinez had a late start to camp, signing with Boston in late February and making his spring debut one week into March. "It's getting there," Martinez said. "The results were there [Wednesday] but that's kind of not me. When I'm getting hits to the left side of the field and those top-spin liners, for me I know I'm not there yet. When I'm hitting balls in the air, up the middle or the other way is when I'm feeling good." Martinez is hitting .276 with a .714 OPS in just 29 spring at-bats.

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Red Sox's Brock Holt: Eyeing roster spot
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Holt went 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored in Wednesday's game against the Rays. He's hitting .345 in Grapefruit League action.

Since the middle of 2016, Holt has been hampered by a concussion and its after-effects, which morphed into vertigo. He told Ian Browne of that he's taking medicine for the condition daily and feels better now than at anytime in the last two years. If healthy, Holt is an invaluable utility player, capable of spotting in at seven different positions. With Blake Swihart expected to take one of the two spots available on the active roster, Holt's competing with Deven Marrero for the last one. Incredibly, the 29-year-old still has options (Marrero doesn't), so the Red Sox could make it work without losing a player. There's also the potential for a trade. Both players have been involved in trade rumors the past week, per Christopher Smith of

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Red Sox's Craig Kimbrel: Schedule mapped out
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Kimbrel will throw a batting-practice session Friday, and then likely make his Grapefruit League debut Sunday, Ian Browne of reports.

Beyond that, Kimbrel will throw in one more spring game Tuesday. He spent about three weeks away from the team while with his daughter, who is recovering from heart surgery. He threw some live batting practices during his three-week sabbatical, and manager Alex Cora is confident two outings are enough for Kimbrel. "Oh, yeah. He's fine right now," said Cora.

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Red Sox's Drew Pomeranz: Appears headed for DL
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Pomeranz (forearm) will likely open up the 2018 season on the disabled list, Ian Browne of reports.

Pomeranz suffered a left forearm flexor strain during a start against the Cardinals on March 2. Manager Alex Cora did not expect him to be ready for Opening Day as of a week ago, and it appears as though nothing has changed that line of thinking with the season fast approaching. Steven Wright (knee) and Eduardo Rodriguez (knee) remain uncertain for their first start of the regular season as well, so Hector Velazquez and Brian Johnson are in play to take the mound during Boston's opening week.

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Red Sox's Eduardo Rodriguez: Unlikely to pitch in opening series
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Manager Alex Cora stated that the chance for Rodriguez (knee) to pitch against Tampa Bay during the first series of the season is "less than 50 percent," The Boston Globe's Pete Abraham reports.

Rodriguez remains in play to start Boston's fourth game of the 2018 campaign against the Rays on April 1, but it's looking more and more likely that he will miss at least one start while working his knee back to full health. He recently threw four innings in a minor-league start, during which his knee "felt great," according to Cora. Steven Wright (knee) is also a candidate to start the series finale against Tampa Bay, alongside Hector Velazquez, in the event that Rodriguez is unable to appear.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGXander Bogaerts , SS.273
HRMookie Betts , RF24
RBIMookie Betts , RF102
OBPAndrew Benintendi , LF.352
SLGMookie Betts , RF.459
RMookie Betts , RF101
SBRajai Davis , CF29
WChris Sale , SP17
ERAChris Sale , SP2.90
WHIPChris Sale , SP0.97
KChris Sale , SP308
SVCraig Kimbrel , RP35

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