The Boston Red Sox have had a tough offseason. After fumbling the negotiations of Xander Bogaerts, watching him sign with the San Diego Padres, and then losing ace of the staff Nathan Eovaldi, Boston did make one correct move by re-signing star third basemen Rafael Devers.
While they have made some other minor signings, it seems the Red Sox aren't done yet. The team is continually being connected to outfielder Adam Duvall.
The Red Sox are in need of another outfielder, and see Duvall as someone who can play centerfield as well.
The 34-year-old outfielder had a career year in 2021 with the Marlins and Braves, putting up 38 home runs and 113 RBI, though his .228 average left much to be desired.
Those numbers took a steep decline in 2022 with just 12 home runs and 36 RBI, albeit in only 86 games. Duvall still represents a valuable outfield piece, especially to a team like the Red Sox.
He can play all three outfield spots effectively, and still has some pop in his bat. Not to mention the veteran presence and championship experience for a team like Boston looking to get back to contention in 2023.
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