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Over the Monster Oct 20, 2020
2020 in Review: Christian Arroyo

2020 in Review: Christian Arroyo

Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/ He came on late, and made a big impression. Welcome to our 2020 Red Sox in Review series. This is, as you can probably guess, where we will be reviewing all of the players who made at least a modest impact on the Red Sox in 2020. Every week day we’ll be deep diving into one player. For each edition we’ll describe the season in a sentence, look at the positives from the year as well as negatives, look back at our one big question from the season preview and look ahead to the 2021 season. We’ll be going in alphabetical order of the players on...
NESN.com Oct 8, 2020

Why Christian Arroyo Left Chaim Bloom ‘Hungry For More’ During 2020 Run

Much of the waning weeks of the Boston Red Sox’s 2020 season was spent evaluating players with an eye for the future. Christian Arroyo inspired some optimism. Claimed off waivers from the Cleveland Indians earlier in the season, the Red Sox gave Arroyo a semi-extended look at second base in the last couple weeks of […] The post Why Christian Arroyo Left Chaim Bloom ‘Hungry For More’ During 2020 Run appeared first on NESN.com.
Over the Monster Sep 24, 2020
Daily Red Sox Links: Rafael Devers, Nick Pivetta, Christian Arroyo

Daily Red Sox Links: Rafael Devers, Nick Pivetta, Christian Arroyo

Photo by Adam Glanzman/ We all know Rafael Devers can hit, and it’s why most of us would like him to remain in the organization for a long time. The questions on defense are legitimate, though. The team isn’t expressing public concern yet despite the issues. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) It’s no secret that fans want the Red Sox to lose games right now and are even frustrated with recent wins. The fact is, though, that players are never going to be on board with that goal. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) More positively, regardless of draft position we are getting some very real positives in...
NESN.com Sep 23, 2020

Red Sox Vs. Orioles Lineups: Kevin Plawecki, Christian Arroyo Start

The Boston Red Sox are set to meet the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday, and there’s little in the way of lineup changes from Tuesday’s 8-3 win for the Sox. Christian Arroyo gets back into the lineup, hitting ninth and playing second in place of Jonathan Arauz. Meanwhile, Kevin Plawecki will be behind the plate and […] The post Red Sox Vs. Orioles Lineups: Kevin Plawecki, Christian Arroyo Start appeared first on NESN.com.
Over the Monster Sep 22, 2020
The Red Seat Podcast: A Houck of a Pod

The Red Seat Podcast: A Houck of a Pod

Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/ In this episode Keaton and Jake discuss Red Sox players whose role is uncertain for 2021. Welcome back to another edition of The Red Seat Podcast! On this episode, the last of the regular season, we explore myriad roles for the 2021 season. First up is Christian Arroyo. Jerry Remy says he’s the opening day second baseman in 2021, are we buying this? Is his current level of performance sustainable? Where are the holes in his game? Does he have more upside than other roster options? Should they just sign a veteran? Next we continue to look at the...

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