The Red Sox’ offense is starting to take form after the additions of Mike Napoli and Shane Victorino. Now Boston will try and bolster the front end of their pitching rotation.
The Red Sox’ lack of pitching was at the epicenter of their 90-loss 2012 campaign and it will be key in bringing about a successful 2013 season. While Boston will not get Zack Greinke, since he signed with the Dodgers on Saturday, or Ryan Dempster after he turned down an offer from the Sox, there are still options like Kyle Lohse and Anibal Sanchez waiting for their number to be called.
Ian Browne of MLB.com spoke with NESN’s Jenny Dell on Saturday’s edition of NESN Daily. To hear what he has to say about the Red Sox’ options at starting pitching, check out the video above.