Found November 29, 2011 on NESN.com:
The 2011 MLB winter meetings are less than a week away and the Red Sox will likely be looking to make some moves. Still without a manager, the Sox head into the month of December with question marks. Who will play right field? Who will be the designated hitter? Which pitcher will take over John Lackey's spot in the starting rotation? If you have those questions or others, fire them over to NESN's baseball insiders and experts and they'll answer them on Red Sox Hot Stove Live on Tuesday night. Leave your questions for Jerry Remy, Peter Gammons, Nick Cafardo...
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