Red Sox Have Increased Likability, But Spring Training Will Show If Team Has Improved (Video)


Between clubhouse chemistry, injuries and drama surrounding their manager, nothing went right for the Red Sox in 2012.

Now, with John Farrell manning the dugout and a new concentration on character guys in the clubhouse, the only thing left for the 2013 Red Sox to succeed may be health. The Boston Globe’s Pete Abraham told Dale Arnold on NESN Daily that as long as this team stays healthy, they should still be playing for something in September.

Abraham also said this will be an easy team for fans to cheer for. Since they’ll be rebounding from a season in the AL East gutter, they’ll have an underdog mentality that will be easy to rally around.

To hear what Abraham expects out of the Red Sox in 2013, watch the video above.

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