Gomez entered camp competing to fill in for injured designated hitter David Ortiz. He was solid in his major league debut last season, but he struggled this spring -- hitting only .156/.240/.200 over 50 plate appearances.
Last season, Gomez hit .275/.324/.422 with five doubles, two triples and two home runs over 111 plate appearances for the Red Sox. He also spent 100 games with Boston's Triple-A affiliate, batting .310/.371/.589 with 34 doubles and 24 home runs over 426 plate appearances. In nine seasons in the minors, the 28-year-old owns a career batting line of .281/.334/.484.
Bradley earned a spot on the Red Sox Opening Day roster with a strong performance this spring -- hitting .419/.507/.613 over 28 games. The 22-year-old spent last season with Boston's Single- and Double-A squads, batting a combined .315/.430/.482 with 42 doubles and nine home runs over 575 plate appearances.
The Red Sox made Bradley a first-round selection (40th overall) in the 2011 MLB Draft. He entered the spring considered a top 50 prospect by Baseball America and MLB.com.