All-Star on the Move: Schwarber to the Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox just added some pop to their lineup, acquiring left fielder Kyle Schwarber in a deal with the Washington Nationals on Thursday. 
Schwarber, who is only twenty five years old and has one World Series ring, brings a .253/.340/.570 line with 25 HR and 53 RBI to the Red Sox. He made his first All-Star Game this year, and although he is presently on the injured list, the Sox are expecting him to be back within the next 7-10 days to do things like this:
The trade should help Schwarber by allowing him to DH in the American League, as he has often looked clumsy trying to field the ball, and often ranks near the bottom in a few different defensive categories. Playing the field at Fenway Park can be a nightmare, as outfielders have to battle bounces off the Green Monster in left, navigate "The Triangle" in center and Pesky's Pole in right (the shortest distance to an outfield wall in any MLB stadium) - all of which are areas that can provide quirky bounces. 

It was a busy day for the Nationals, as they were involved in a few deals and traded away a ton of talent.
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