The Boston Red Sox offense was one of baseball’s best in 2013, but this season, we’ve only seen glimpses of those World Series-winning bats.
Manager John Farrell has changed the lineup time and time again hoping to find the perfect combination to spark the offense. Wednesday night’s game against the Seattle Mariners was no different.
Mike Napoli hit the bench with some lingering soreness in his toe, and outfielder Daniel Nava was put in the No. 2 hole, shifting some of the rest of the lineup.
But will it be the perfect fit this time?
Hear more analysis from Don Orsillo and Dennis Eckersley in the video above.