With the up and down 2019 year of the Boston Red Sox, there's a sense of unimaginable success that has come along with the failure. Sure, the bullpen isn't as good as we want it to be. In fact, it's very bad. But with that lack of success comes a whole new unimaginable success of some stars that we may not have seen coming at the beginning of the season.
This stretch of 28 games alone has propelled his name into the Rookie of the Year conversation; especially when the guy favored to win in Vlad Guerrero Jr. says that Chavis is his best competition right now to receive that honor.