…Means nothing, it really doesn’t. You can have a team that looks wicked good on paper, but they play like crap. For instance, there have been times when the Sox have looked really good on paper, but it didn’t translate onto the field. Right now, the Sox look wicked good on paper, but it’s anybody’s guess as to how that will translate onto the field. For me, watching spring training games I can make educated guesses as to how the team will look during the regular season, and this doesn’t take into account the possible injuries and necessary roster adjustments to field the team that has the best chance to win. This is baseball, and it is a rarity that teams perform the way they look on paper.