The Red Sox have looked like world beaters at times during the last two seasons, but haven’t been able to produce long postseason runs. Can that change this season?Boston has been quiet this offseason, playing cat-and-mouse with high-priced free agents such as J.D. Martinez and Eric Hosmer. The Sox also reportedly turned down a trade for Yasiel Puig. Devin Mesoraco Jersey While the Red Sox have failed to win a playoff series since 2013, they still boast one of the strongest rosters on paper entering the 2018 season.Here are three things on the Red Sox’s to-do list:1. Figure out any last-minute roster moves Will they sign a high-priced free agent? Will they trade Jackie Bradley Jr. for a slugger? Will they sign one of the free-agent starting pitchers?These are decisions the Red Sox should have already made, and desperately need to make now. It’s important for team cohesivene s once spring training starts.Players like to know where they stand, and the Red Sox seem unsettled despite having a solid lineup and rotation. The outfield triohttps://www.redsedges.com/cincinnati-reds/anthony-desclafani-jerseyof Bradley, Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi is one any team would take. Boston needs to focus on winning with the lineup already in place.2. Solidify rotation Boston’s rotation, in its current state, is fine. Chris Sale, David Price, Drew Pomeranz and Rick Porcello offer a formidable four-man postseason rotation, but injuries have been an i sue for this group.The Red Sox may feel compelled to sign an Alex Cobb or Lance Lynn to make sure they have depth should Price or Pomeranz suffer another injury. Price and Porcelloalso po se s poor playoff records and Sale has limited playoff experience. If the Red Sox do make another move, it should be a starting pitcher.3. Have Alex Cora establish his presence Like the Yankees with Aaron Boone, Boston opted to hire an inexperienced manager this offseason to try to help spark the Anthony DeSclafani Jersey team. Cora, 42, spent last season as a bench coach for the World Series-winning Astros, and had previously been an ESPN analyst. While Cora appears to be a players’ manager, he will have to earn their trust in the spring.The Red Sox have had tumultuous dugouts in years past, leading to discord and distracted play. Cora has to nip that in the bud and get the most out of his talented squad this year.