The Boston Red Sox are 6-13 and only the Miami Marlins have a worse run differential.
Coming off a World Series victory, David Price warned Wednesday that Boston’s front office could opt to sell off pieces if they don’t turn things around soon.
“If we don’t start playing better, J.D. Martinez, Mookie Betts, maybe myself, we could get traded,” he said. “We’re, what, 30th in minor league systems?”
Baseball America ranked the Red Sox’s farm system as the worst in baseball before the season.
“We’re dead last,” Price said.
“We don’t play better, Mookie Betts will be traded, J.D. Martinez will be traded. It will be tough for a while here.”