Official Guide For Chaim Bloom To Successfully Run The Boston Red Sox
Chaim Bloom is a smart guy but he’s making so many key fundamental mistakes while running the Boston Red Sox. Bloom needs my help in the worst way possible and it’s time I provide it. I ask for nothing in return minus being named a consultant for the team. Bloom can take the credit. I just want the Red Sox to experience success. That is all.
This video is long. Very long. I had no idea I even went this long. Call it some basic principles for how to properly build a baseball team. We review everything important. It’s a long video and we try to get through as much important information as possible. Past trades, signings, etc. If Bloom did it, we likely tried to cover it.
Things not included: International signings. Things included: Virtually everything else. I could have dug deeper into some of the rules like how the qualifying rule will affect the offseason. How remaining over the luxury tax for this year was a travesty. Lou Merloni covered that great in his video so I’ll drop that below. It’s about the only thing I didn’t get to but we went long enough.
The Sox blew the deadline but we already knew that. We go over some important things such as the 40 man roster, prospects, draft history, etc. The post won’t do it all justice and obviously, if I were running the team it would be a lot more complex than this but we do the best we can trying to explain what went wrong and why.
I encourage every baseball fan to check it out and give me their thoughts. Should I do this type of video for other sports and other general managers? Let me know!