Last week’s July 31 MLB trade deadline came and went without a major deal from the Boston Red Sox, an unusual show of restraint from a team known for making a splash. Given their current situation, though, it was a wise decision. GM Ben Cherington told ESPN Boston’s Joe McDonald that the Sox “just didn't find something bold that made sense for us” and instead elected to make two relatively minor moves.
The July 31 MLB trade deadline is less than two weeks away. For the 43-52 Boston Red Sox, who are currently sitting in fourth place in the American League East—and 9.5 games back from the first-place Baltimore Orioles—the time has c... Read Post
The July 31 trade deadline came and went. The Boston Red Sox barely made a splash. They traded Matt Albers and Scott Podsednik to Arizona for lefty Craig Breslow. In a separate deal, they unloaded Lars Anderson to the Cleveland Indi... Read Post