Red Sox aim to bolster their lineup: Seeking right-handed hitters and upgrades, exploring potential trades and free agents.
1. Red Sox's chief baseball officer Craig Breslow emphasizes the team's need for pitching and a right-handed hitter to balance the lineup.
2. The quest for a right-handed hitter or upgrades at second base or designated hitter spot has become a priority for the Red Sox.
3. The market for position players is not as extensive as for pitchers, yet intriguing options exist for trades or free agency.
4. Shohei Ohtani, despite being a left-handed hitter, stands out for his impressive stats, making him a significant addition for the Red Sox.
5. Jorge Soler's powerful hitting abilities, although limited defensively, could fill the Red Sox's needs due to his World Series-winning experience.
6. Rhys Hoskins, despite missing a season due to injury, offers substantial power hitting and potential versatility between DH and first base.
7. Mitch Garver, renowned for his powerful hitting, presents a versatile option due to his ability to play catcher and first base.
8. Whit Merrifield, an infielder-outfielder combo, offers short-term reliability and base-stealing prowess but comes with some risk.
9. Brandon Drury, with multiple positional capabilities and recent impressive hitting stats, could be a viable trade option from the Angels.
10. Jonathan India, a former Rookie of the Year, might emerge as a potential trade target due to Cincinnati Reds' surplus of infield prospects.
11. Financial aspects are disregarded here; the focus remains on player fit and their potential contribution to the Red Sox.
12. These options could address the Red Sox's lineup balance and complement their young prospects' development timeline.
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