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Sox 2022 Games in Review
In 2022, the Red Sox finished the season with a 78-84 record. This last-place finish in the AL East division came after a great 2021 season which included a Wild Card spot in the playoffs. The team was strong at home, winning 48 of their 81 games. They amassed 46 losses on the road, and went 6-4 over the final ten games of the season.
Red Sox 2021 Season Recap
The Boston Red Sox made it to the 2021 postseason by winning a one-game Wild Card contest against the New York Yankees. The team is on its way to the American League Championship Series at the time of this writing. It all started with the return of Alex Cora, the man who managed the team in 2018 and 2019. Fans at Fenway Park cheered the team on to the MLB playoffs. As for their regular-season record, the team finished with ninety-two wins. They faced the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for a five-game series and topped the Rays in four games.
Red Sox World Series 2018 - 2019
The Boston Red Sox, winners of the 2018 World Series, got off to a slow start in 2019 and by the time they got going, their playoff hopes were going to have to wait until next season. They won 84 games but didn’t get near the postseason. So what did they do this offseason to build upon that great win-loss record?
Let’s focus on the moves they made to improve the team. The Red Sox began the offseason by trading catcher Sandy Leon to the Indians for right-handed pitcher Adenys Bautista. Then they added second baseman Marco Hernandez and left-handed pitcher Josh Osich to one-year contracts. Next, they added shortstop Jose Peraza and left-handed pitcher Martin Perez. They finished off December by adding a slew of players to minor league contracts. The two of note are catcher Jeff Bandy and right-handed pitcher A.J. Alverez. In January they added catcher Kevin Plawecki to a one-year contract. Next, they avoided arbitration with centerfielder Jackie Bradley Jr., right-handed pitcher Matt Barnes(Not to be confused with the former NBA sharpshooter), right-handed pitcher Heath Hembree, and right-handed pitcher Brandon Workman. They finished January by adding first baseman Mitch Moreland and right-handed pitcher Trevor Hildenberger to minor league contracts.
Then came the biggest move of the entire offseason in all of baseball. The deal involved three teams and several players. All players involved were either big names or prized top prospects. The Red Sox sent outfielder Mookie Betts and left-handed pitcher David Price to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers sent starting pitcher Kenta Maeda to the Minnesota Twins, and prized prospects outfielder Alex Verdugo, shortstop Jeter Downs, and catcher Connor Wong. For receiving Maeda, the Twins sent prized flamethrower Brusdar Graterol to the Red Sox. Wow. The Red Sox are going to take a step back this season, but in the long run, they should be okay.
The Boston Red Sox are coming off a disappointing 2014 season in which they finished in last place in the American League East. This comes one year after winning the World Series, which came one year after finishing last. So maybe the 2015 season will be a charm for the team. Some do believe that 2013 was an aberration for the current state of the Boston Red Sox, meaning that they don’t believe it was real, and rather the last-place finishes of 2012 and 2014 are a more realistic gauge of this team right now. The Red Sox have plenty of decisions to make this off-season. One of them is bringing Jon Lester back. The Red Sox traded Lester before the trade deadline this season when a deal could not be reached to extend his contract season. The Red Sox are on Lester’s shortlist of teams. Others include the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels, and New York Yankees. The Red Sox are also “all in” on signing Pablo “Kung Fu Panda” Sandoval.
When talking about baseball rivalries, it starts and stops with the Red Sox-Yankees, or Yankees-Red Sox, whichever way you want to look at it. These two teams have been at each other's throats since the early 1900s. Some of the most famous moments in baseball history have taken place during this rivalry- Aaron “bleeping” Boone, Bucky “Bleeping” Dent, and then there was the whole thing of Carlton Fisk waving the game-six home run fair. The Red Sox and Yankees play 19 times next season, so plenty of opportunities to see these two teams play.
Red Sox Colorful History in Baseball
The Boston Red Sox were founded in 1901 by the Boston Americans. In 1908 they changed their name to the Red Sox. Throughout their long history, the Red Sox have played in just two buildings. From 1901 to 1911 they played at the Huntington Avenue Grounds. In 1912, they moved into Fenway Park, which is where they amazingly play to this day, with continued renovations made over the years to keep up with the times. One could say that Fenway Park is the Lambeau Field of Major League Baseball. Throughout their long history, the Red Sox have won the American League pennant 13 times, most recently in 2013. The Red Sox have converted 8 of those 13 AL pennants into World Series championships- 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, and 2013. Their current owner is John Henry, and their current manager is John Farrell.