Boston Red Sox finding their groove and team is heating up

Trevor Story #10 of the Boston Red Sox (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)
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Rafael Devers #11 and Enrique Hernandez #5 of the Boston Red Sox (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images) /

Boston Red Sox talent base was there, it just needed a bit of seasoning

As was the case last season, the pot of baseball stew put together by Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom took a bit of time to season. Now, the emergence of a tasteful winning recipe may just be emerging in that pot.

Yet, the early stumbles were not without some consternation among Red Sox Nation that rises and falls with every game, if not every inning or pitch. As they say down south in Foxborough, it is what it is in Boston, especially at Fenway Park, the shrine to baseball here since 1912.

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The tide rises and falls by the day and so does the disposition of Red Sox Nation. Why baseball, only played for five or six months per year in these parts due to the weather, has such a hold on the city, state, and region is a question for the ages. Yet, the fact remains that as sure as the weather will dramatically change with the seasons in these parts, so will the longing for baseball to begin anew when the frost and snow of winter engulf the region.

So when a new season begins and things are slow in getting going, panic will most certainly set in. Doom and gloom will grip the region if a weak April keeps the bloom (no pun intended) off the roses until warmer weather arrives. Yet, as warned, never count out Chaim Bloom and the Boston Red Sox. You’ll do so at your own peril. Well, now the warm and hot weather has arrived and the Red Sox are heating up as their bats have.