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Boston Red Sox: What To Do With This Rotation?

Published by on June 2, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

John Smoltz is getting closer to returning from shoulder surgery, most recently pitching five strong inningsfor Class A Greenville in a rehab start Sunday. He will make the jump to AAA Pawtucket for a couple more starts before finally joining the Red Sox.

His arrival will add fuel to the burning question of the Red Sox’s 2009 season: What to do with this surplus of quality starting pitching?

Clearly, something needs to be done. The Red Sox have a great problem on their hands, perhaps the best problem they could possibly have. They have five rotation spots, and seven quality pitchers who could fulfill those roles.

Josh Beckett, Jon Lester, Daisuke Matsuzaka and Tim Wakefield decidedly have thei...

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