Will the Red Sox, coming off consecutive last-place finishes under John Farrell, be tempted to make a quick change if they start slowly?
Addressing some smaller, but not-so-insignificant questions for the Red Sox as spring training approaches.
Dave Dombrowski's in-season approach will probably be different than Ben Cherington's. How different? Let us count the ways . . .
4yThe 6-foot-7 left-hander makes his Red Sox debut Monday night after seemingly straightening out his career at Pawtucket.
4yThe Red Sox get contributions from everyone to beat the Brewers.
4yThe lumbering slugger reaches the milestone by tripling into the triangle.
4yTim Wakefield turns in another solid outing on Sunday.
4yAlso, Terry Francona looks for J.D. Drew to get hot; Dustin Pedroia hits a milestone home run.
4yThe right-hander is placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Friday, in hopes that rest will ease the lower back pain that's bothered him recently.
4yThe Red Sox came out strong in the first inning and didn't let up as Tim Wakefield dominated Milwaukee.