Get Ready for Opening Day by Erasing the 2022 Red Sox Season From Your Brain

Although it’s currently still 36 degrees outside, Opening Day at Fenway marks the real end of winter in Boston and despite the Red Sox projected wins total, it’s impossible to be in a bad mood today. In order to truly and fully move on to 2023 though, first we must take a look back at last season.

I won’t sugar coat it, last year was a tough time to be a Red Sox fan as they finished in last place for the second time in three years. Last April some insane person picked the Red Sox to win 95 games, which I was only off of by 17 games…

To be fair, the Sox were coming off a 92 win season in 2021 and an electric ALCS appearance so I may have gotten wrapped up in the hype a little bit.

This year expectations are, to put it nicely, circling the drain already as the consensus has the Red Sox finishing in last place for the second year in a row. With that being said, let’s not lose sight of all the positives that came out of the disappointing (and confusing) 2022 season. To fully appreciate the full picture of last year, take a look at the 5 Best and 5 Worst Parts of Another Red Sox Last Place Finish

As I’ve written previously it appears like the Red Sox are Stuck Between Building a Winner and Fiscal Responsibility

But, as they famously like to say, if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry.

So with that in mind, have a good deep belly laugh at some of the wildest moments, reflect on the bittersweet moments, get excited about the potential shown, and fire up some game day dogs for Opening Day baby!

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