Red Sox Starting Rotation
For a pitcher with the stuff of a #1, his injury history has moved him back all the way to a #5.
Jon Lester pitched more innings last year than ever before, and the Red Sox never envisioned using John Lackey as much coming off of Tommy John surgery. For those reasons, Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe thinks the team might use six starters to begin the season.
WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche breaks down the upcoming 2012 season for the Boston Red Sox.
The Boston Red Sox are not sure who their starter will be on Thursday if a one-game playoff is needed with the Tampa Bay Rays. In fact, that starter may not even be on the team yet.
Red Sox DH David Ortiz is trying his hand in managing, suggesting Alfredo Aceves should be starting instead of coming out of the bullpen.
Boston Red Sox starter Andrew Miller won his third straight start Thursday night, but knows he will have to improve if he wants to keep his spot in the rotation when Boston finally gets some of their injured arms back.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s baseball insider Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated says the Red Sox are among the teams interested in 14-year veteran Kevin Millwood.
Tonight on The Baseball Reporters… The Red Sox starting rotation has stabilized, is the lineup ready to break out too?
Red Sox pitcher John Lackey checks in from Spring Training in Fort Myers, Florida.
Zo and Dan Roche get you primed for spring training and tell you who they think is “the player” to watch down in Fort Myers…