If you look at his splits though, .608 OPS at home, .820 OPS away. He has nice tools too and he's young. He would be a good acquisition, but yeah, you definitely don't give up anything prime. Marlins will probably sell low on him anyways
I hope we add some good talent this off season, not sure how I feel about Hamilton, sure he's good but I think he'd fit in with a smaller market team with less pressure. I'm just afraid with the pressure that comes with playing in Boston and especilly if he doesn't live up to expectations his old demons could come calling again. I could be wrong and either way I'm rooting for both the Sox to get better and Hamilton to stay on the right track.
Morse: maybe Doubront/De La Rosa/Webster along with a B spec?
Not trying to be a dick but you totally overrate Morse. I wouldnt even trade any one of those guys for Morse if they were the only player in the deal. Hes a free agent next year and is 30 years old. I would rather wait a year and grab him via free agency.
Plenty have said it here, but our offense will produce. It's much more difficult to get our pitching in order. That's what wins. Starters who go deep in games and an effective bullpen. I'd rather see us strive towards that first and worry about a lackluster FA class to fill out position holes.