There’s logic in the Red Sox’ decision making, but it hasn’t kept them from being a mess

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There’s logic in the Red Sox’ decision making, but it hasn’t kept them from being a mess

Published Friday 5 August 2022

The Red Sox traded their starting catcher, but added a few players while they hover around .500. The danger in being both a buyer and a seller at the trade deadline was the likelihood it would make the Red Sox successful at neither. Three days later, here we are, another pleasant surprise series against the Astros followed by a flop to open their trip to sweltering Kansas City.

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