The Red Sox came from behind in dramatic fashion on Sunday night at Fenway to even the ALCS series with the Detroit Tigers at one game a piece.
Boston Globe columnist, Dan Shaughnessy joined Gresh & Zo to recap the first two games of the ALCS and look at tonight’s Game 3 pitching matchup.
The guys discussed how the Sox have struggled to hit the Tigers starting pitchers so far this series. What’s going wrong at the plate for Boston?
Speaking of Detroit’s pitchers, Justin Verlander heads to the mound tonight. Verlander was dominant last week against the A’s, pitching 15 scoreless innings in two starts. Could the Sox struggles against starting pitching continue tonight?
The Red Sox send John Lackey to the hill in Game 3, can he compete with Verlander?
Plus, Shaughnessy’s expectations for this game.
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