Alfredo Aceves will no longer be working the ninth inning for the Red Sox, that job belongs to Andrew Bailey (as it should). It sounds like the Red Sox plan to stretch Aceves out, either to start or handle some long relief, or maybe just to give him an out after he has bombed so miserably of late to close games. Aceves did start four games last year and, honestly, he's not a closer and probably more useful to a team with his ability to handle multiple innings at a time shifting between roles as needed.
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