Adjustments. Adjusting. Adjust. This was the overused word uttered by Red Sox owner, John Henry, during Tuesday’s press conference.
Is he watching the same team that the rest of us are?
He could not have been more vague when it came down to what management is trying to do to combat what seems like 2014 all over again. Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington was not the problem, said Henry, and that he’s going to be with the club for “a long time” to come despite having liquidated all of our top pitching for what management thought would be power hitting in Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval. Fans should blame ownership, Henry said. Done and Done.