Red Sox: Is Xander Bogaerts’ stay at Boston shortstop in jeopardy?

Boston Red Sox has as priorities to strengthen its pitching staff and focus on its outfields heading into the 2022 Season of MLB. However, this does not mean that your frame will not undergo modifications. One of the changes that Red sox I would have in mind is the remove Xander Bogaerts from short stop and position him at second base.

Xander Bogaerts is set to be the shortstop for the Boston Red Sox early next season, but this could change later for a variety of reasons beyond whether he leaves his contract at the end of the year.

If the Aruba native decides to stay in the Red Sox for the 2023 season, he could do so knowing that sooner or later he will be traded to second base, as his numbers in shorts are plummeting.

The second mat for the Boston team is available to Christian Arroyo and Kike Hernández for the 2022 Major League Baseball Season, but the standing of the box would depend on whether to sign Trevor Story, in whom it has been said he has an interest.

Xander Bogaerts had a decent 2021 season with the Boston Red Sox, in which he caught up with numbers that led to him being named an All-Star Player over the summer.

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Red Sox: Is Xander Bogaerts’ stay at Boston shortstop in jeopardy?