2021 Could Be A Big Year For Alex Verdugo

For the Boston Red Sox, 2020 was a year to forget. Although the Red Sox finished last in the AL East, there were a few reasons to be hopeful for the future. One bright spot was Alex Verdugo. After being the centerpiece in the Mookie Betts deal, Verdugo arrived in Boston with high expectations. The former top prospect did not put up MVP numbers, but he was one of Boston’s best hitters. As the Red Sox hope to return to the playoffs, Verdugo will be looking to build on his strong 2020 campaign. In 53 games last year, Verdugo hit .308 and drove in 15 runs. The Arizona native also hit six home runs…

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