- With the Boston Red Sox winning the 2018 World Series the offseason begins. This episode is to preview the upcoming decisions Rick Hahn will have to make, and share your suggestions on how to improve the ballclub in 2019.
- We answer your questions in P.O. Sox about Kevan Smith, who the home grown players will be when the White Sox make the World Series again, and are fans overvaluing Jose Abreu’s trade value?
Is it surprising that Smith apparently had no trade value? His hit tool is solid and good-hitting catchers are getting rarer. #POSox
— Russell The K9 (@RusselltheK9) October 29, 2018
The Dodgers and Red Sox have 11 and 9 homegrown players respectively on their post season roster. In a parallel universe where our Sox are in the WS next year, who would our 10 homegrown players be?
— Soul Food Sunday (@CeeDeeFive) October 29, 2018
Are fans off-season plans overvaluing Abreu’s trade value? Is 2017 JD Martinez a fair proxy for Abreu?
— Simeon F (@Simpossible) October 29, 2018
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Excellent as always. Thanks for the hard work all season long.
Thanks again for this, and for discussing my Greinke proposal, Josh. Apologies, too, for my lack of response. (Real life suddenly got in the way Saturday morning.)