In my opinion, Daniel Bard should be the Red Sox' closer in 2012. However, if Bard is to become to closer, then who should become the set-up man? I think the Red Sox should fulfill this need by trading for the Mets' reliever Bobby Parnell. Parnell is coming off a pretty good year in 2011 in which he went 4-6/3.64/64 for the Mets. He became the closer late in the season for the Mets, but was not very successful-- only saving 6/12 chances. However, his stats of 4-6/3.64/64 would adequately replace Bard's 2-9/3.33/74. That would leave the Red Sox' bullpen looking like this: Bard (closer), Parnell (set-up), Albers (mid relief), Morales (mid relief), Jenks (mid relief), Another acquisition, and Aceves (long relief). I think that to improve the Red Sox bullpen, they should get Parnell and possibly a few more arms to help out the back end.