The Red Sox' September collapse has been talked about over and over again since the team's loss in Baltimore on the final day of last season. But with spring training in full swing, it looks like the page is finally turning.
NESN's Tom Caron and Peter Gammons caught up with John Henry and Tom Werner following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at JetBlue Park on Saturday, and the owners discussed what the the team can learn from last year's unfortunate end. They feel like the team can benefit from the collapse while vying for a playoff berth this season, similar to how Boston used 2003's disappointing end as motivation in 2004.
Check out the video above to hear more.