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 . . .
3yHe didn't have a plan, and he's sorry. But what should he have done?
3yJosh Reddick spoke to reporters in his return to Fenway Park after being traded to the Oakland Athletics.
3yThe Red Sox announced the team will play a day-night doubleheader against the New York Yankees on July 7
3yDavid Ortiz cannot and will not be stopped. That much is clear after he jacked two more homers out of the park Monday night at Fenway Park.
3yYou probably wouldn't think it was considered a "good" outing, but Clay Buchholz looked fine through six innings. It was the seventh that got to him. Still, there were things to be happy about.
3yThe headline says it all, doesn't it? Clay Buchholz goes 6.2 innings, and the Red Sox use five relievers to hold on to the 11-6 lead.
3yThe last time the Red Sox got out to a big lead at Fenway Park, it didn't end well. That isn't the case tonight, as they go up 11-1, and beat the A's, 11-6.