Dugout Digest – happy Red Sox day!

We've now entered week three of our six week preview series, and this week will be focusing on the AL East. Today, we're heading into Red Sox day, chock-full of pieces focusing on the most disappointing team of the 2012 season, a team that has reloaded with veterans for 2013.

On Friday, we concluded our NL East preview week with Nationals day. Here's your recap.

Nationals on TOC
End of Season Postmortem
2013 Season Preview
You May Say I’m a Dreamer
2013 Burning Question
This Is My Nightmare
X-Factor

Since Friday, we've had quite a lot of non-preview content get posted here at TOC. Here's what you missed.
Bobby Valentine is the new athletic director at Sacred Heart University.
-Garrett looked at the best and worst photos from team photo day.
Alex Rodriguez admitted he wants to stay with the Yankees.
-The Astros raucously celebrated a walk-off win against a pitching machine.
Prince Fielder's first swing of the spring was a monstrous home run.
Bryce Harper's first spring game as a full-time left fielder started with a circus catch.
Mike McCoy and Ryan Langerhans of the Blue Jays had a very scary collision in the outfield.
Jeffrey Loria wrote a letter to Marlins fans, and he still doesn't get it.
-Curt Schilling's bloody sock was sold at auction.
-JA Happ hit Curtis Granderson in the forearm with a pitch, breaking it and putting Granderson out of action for ten weeks.
Chris Young made a great catch in right field for the A's, and hurt his quad in the process.

And…exhale.

Welcome to Red Sox day, and enjoy your Spring Training, everyone.

Joe Lucia

About Joe Lucia

I'm the managing editor of Awful Announcing and the news editor of The Comeback. I also made The Outside Corner a thing for six seasons.

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