After adding players like Marwin Gonzalez and Kiké Hernandez to a roster that already features Michael Chavis, Jonathan Arauz, and Christian Arroyo, the Red Sox will have tremendous lineup flexibility to start 2021. “Who plays where” won’t be an overarching topic, but a day-to-day question. Second base is the biggest question in the Red Sox infield. Any of the players named above could fill the role, meaning there should be a pretty intense competition during spring training. First base could see move movement throughout the season as well. Chavis likely has the inside track, but if he ends up at second base or struggles early in the year, Bobby Dalbec could get a chance. In the outfield, just about every spot involves moving pieces. Alex Verdugo is likely locked into a lineup spot, but has the versatility to be moved around as needed. Franchy Cordero and Hunter Renfroe could be lefty/righty platoon candidates on the corners, with Gonzalez and Hernandez factoring in as well. Then of course, there’s still the unknown in Jackie Bradley Jr., who remains a free agent.