The Red Sox have been outscored 43-25 through the first four innings this year, which means they've been playing catchup most of the time. Sometimes it works. And sometimes it doesn't.
Clay Buchholz gets knocked around again. What should the Sox do with their 5th starter?
The Red Sox follow the same strategy that had worked Sunday, falling behind 6-0 before rallying. But they strand the winning runs on base in the ninth and lose to the Orioles, 7-6.
When Mike Napoli got drilled on the right kneecap Sunday night by a pitch from Baltimore reliever Darren O'Day, it didn't look -- or sound -- good.