What will Red Sox bullpen look like in 2014?

A look at how the bullpen shapes up after the addition of Edward Mujica:


RHP Koji Uehara: Counting the playoffs, he appeared in 86 games last season. Breaks could be needed.

Setup men

RHP Junichi Tazawa: Struck out 72 and walked 12 in 68 innings. With confidence, he’s a future closer.

LHP Craig Breslow: A workhorse down the stretch and in the postseason.


RHP Edward Mujica: Saved 37 games for the Cardinals last season. Profiles as Uehara’s backup.

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LHP Andrew Miller: Broken foot in July ended the best season of his career.

RHP Brandon Workman: Rookie quickly earned trust as a reliever. But his future could be in the rotation.

Fighting for a job

LHP Franklin Morales: Injuries limited him in 2013. But his fastball is too lively to ignore.

RHP Burke Badenhop: Acquired from Milwaukee last month. Red Sox like his groundball rate.


LHP Drake Britton: Rookie showed fortitude last season after starting in the minors.

RHP Alex Wilson: A thumb injury kept him out of the majors for the final three months.

RHP Rubby De La Rosa: He turns 25 in March. Clock is ticking for a talented pitcher. Is he a starter or reliever?

RHP Brayan Villarreal: Obtained in the Jake Peavy/Jose Iglesias trade, he appeared in only one game and walked in the running run.

RHP Steven Wright: Knuckleballer could be long reliever. Faces rotation squeeze in Triple A.


RHP Chris Martin: Independent league find opened eyes in Triple A.