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Red Sox's Steven Wright: Arrested on domestic assault charges
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wright (knee) was arrested on domestic assault charges over the weekend, Rob Bradford of reports.

The Wright family released a statement, claiming the incident was a verbal argument and that he did not raise a hand to anyone. The Red Sox also released a statement saying that police and MLB are both looking into the matter. Under MLB's personal conduct policy, players can and have been suspended when the commissioner's office finds cause, so it's possible that a suspension could be coming for Wright. He ended the year on the DL after undergoing left knee surgery in May.

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Red Sox's Tyler Thornburg: Avoids arbitration
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Thornburg agreed to a one-year, non-guaranteed deal with the Red Sox on Monday, avoiding arbitration, Mark Feinsand of reports.

After being acquired from the Brewers prior to the 2017 season, Thornburg missed all of last year with shoulder issues that eventually led to thoracic outlet syndrome surgery in mid-June. He's expected to be healthy heading into spring training, and he could prove to be a crucial bullpen piece for the Red Sox if he's able to regain his 2016 form (2.15 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 90:25 K:BB in 67 innings with Milwaukee).

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Red Sox's Tanner Houck: Promising start at Lowell
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Houck posted a 3.63 ERA over 22.1 innings in 10 starts for short-season Lowell. He struck out 25 and walked eight.

Houck was Boston's first-round draft pick (24th overall) in 2017 and, along with 2016 first-rounder Jay Groome, represents the organization's best hope to develop a starter. The Red Sox have drafted and developed just one pitcher that eventually made it to their big-league rotation, the dearly departed Clay Buchholz. Houck is a 6-foot-5 right-hander with long arms and an aggressive delivery that starts on the first base side of the rubber before stepping toward the third base dugout and throwing across his body. It's probably not how you'd teach someone to pitch, but Houck's comfortable with it and, more importantly, can repeat it. The team's pitching development analyst, David Bush, told Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald that the University of Missouri product's goal is to harness his mechanics and keep himself under control. He's expected to start the season at Low-A Greenville.

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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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