Red Sox Rotation
It’s a few weeks later than he’s used to, but Red Sox lefty Jon Lester got his first spring start out of the way on Monday.
Jake Peavy was back on the mound on Wednesday, just three days after he cut the index finger on his left hand while fishing.
Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz made his spring debut on Tuesday, allowing one run off three hits over an inning of work against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Clay Buchholz will make his long-awaited return to the Red Sox rotation Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays.
After not making it out of the first inning of his first rehab start, Clay Buchholz is feeling great after hurling 3 1/3 innings for the Pawtucket Red Sox on Friday night.
MLB.com’s Ian Browne joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Tuesday morning to talk about the Red Sox’ struggles against lefties, and who could be coming up soon to help.
Peter Abraham joined Toucher & Rich on Monday to discuss the current state of the Red Sox rotation, and what it could look like come playoff time.
Jon Lester was back in form Tuesday night against the Rays, and Dan Roche says some extra time off the rest of the way could pay off for the Red Sox and their lefty.
Clay Buchholz has had another scheduled start pushed back due to neck soreness, but the Red Sox are hoping he’ll be able to take the mound Sunday against the Baltimore Orioles.
After his meltdown on the mound, and what some would call a mini-meltdown in the locker room, it’s unclear if Alfredo Aceves will be starting again for the Red Sox.