LEE COUNTY, Fla.- Red Sox manager John Farrell has said that winning a World Series goes beyond talent on a roster.
It requires cohesiveness and unity inside the clubhouse.
This spring, there’s been plenty of evidence that the veteran players are going out of their way to build relationships with the younger players.
Before Monday’s game against the Twins, 39-year-old David Ortiz was joking around with 22-year-old Mookie Betts.
Three-time MLB All-Star Hanley Ramirez even crashed our interview with Betts in the Red Sox clubhouse.
There seems to be little divide between the veterans and the rookies.