Found October 07, 2011 on
The Red Sox have largely existed in recent years as a station-to-station team. They have a great burner in Jacoby Ellsbury and a good theft guy in Dustin Pedroia (and Carl Crawford if his on-base percentage ever got above .290), but for the most part the club eschews those smaller things in the way of an offensive philosophy that has been wildly successful. It’s been that way for some time and it’s hard to argue with the results; Boston led the majors in runs scored in 2011 and has ranked in the top three in the American League for five...
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