If the Red Sox were to enter the 2010 season without adding another bat, the team would be taking a huge hit, offensively, after replacing Jason Bay with Mike Cameron. But Theo Epstein has to have something else up his sleeve, no?
If he's the creative general manager that we've continued to crown him as over the years, then Cameron's addition should make the organization open to trading Jacoby Ellsbury along with Clay Buchholz for a power-hitting infielder, and then filling the last outfield spot with the re-signing that we all thought was inevitable to begin with, putting Jason Bay back in left field.
I talked about Boston's trade possibilities on Tuesday's show. To listen in its entirety, click here, or play below:
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