By MyFM’s John Wilbur-The Boston Red Sox seem content with the one move they made earlier this week, when the team acquired Ian Kinsler from the Angels on Monday. The Sox let the non-waiver trade deadline come and go yesterday without making any other moves. The president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski talked after the deadline passed yesterday saying “he liked the team they had, despite the opinions that the team needed to improve the bullpen” Dombrowski is happy with the bullpen and the starting rotation. The fact that his Ace Chris Sale was placed on the ten day disabled list Tuesday didn’t seem to be a big factor to Dombrowski who said that Sale was experiencing some slight discomfort in his left shoulder. The addition of Kinsler sure’s up second base with Dustin Pedroia no closer to returning to the line-up after a set back in his recovery. Rafael Devers is still dealing with some shoulder pain and could be out for the rest of the season and the addition of Kinsler add’s a bit of security through-out the infield. Behind the Plate Blake Swihart is starting to show signs of being the player he was projected to be swinging a hot stick right now and playing great defense throwing out a runner with a bullet to second base last night. Alex Cora is getting the best out of his young team and David Price has performed well in his last few starts, pitching like a legit number two now. Boston has the best record in Baseball and will rest up tonight before welcoming the Yankees in to Fenway Park for four crucial games this weekend. Be sure to bring MyFM with you and listen to all the Sox-Yanks action on 101.3 all weekend long!!