It’s been a little more than a month, and already the Red Sox are living the quintessential Franchy Cordero experience. They’ve marveled at his athleticism, raved about his potential and failed to get him into an actual game. And like every other team that’s had Cordero, the Red Sox are hoping — perhaps dreaming — that he’ll be worth the wait and that his best days are ahead of him.

“God willing,” Cordero said, “people will be able to see who the real Franchy Cordero is this year.”

At this point, it’s hard to know what that means.

Cordero, 26, was the immediate return in last month’s Andrew Benintendi trade. The Red Sox also got minor-league pitcher



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