Free Reads-Boston Red Sox 2022 Pitching Rotation

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With the ending of the 99-day baseball lock-out, the Boston Red Sox are forced to answer some burning questions that have been mounting during the off-season.  One of the most important questions that the organization will need to address before opening day is pitching rotation.  With Eovaldi, Sale, and Pivetta seemingly being the only locks for a starting job this season, the open spots are still riddled with question marks.  The list of potential candidates is long, but there is no clear front-runner.

The Boston Red Sox were just two games away from the World Series in 2021, and a main reason they couldn’t clear the threshold of the ALCS was the fact that the roster lacked pitching depth.  Manager Alex Cora was able to use a consistent 5-man rotation in the 2021 season with little change throughout the season, but it was apparent come post-season that the bats would not be enough to win games late in the post-season.

With less than a month until opening day the Red Sox have multiple options when it comes to filling those last two spots.  The amount of potential starters coming into the season paired with the short amount of time between now and opening day leads me to believe that Cora and the Red Sox will see frequent changes to the rotation throughout the season.

Below is a diagnosis of each player and some reasons why they are in the position to fill the starting spot. 

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