Chris Archer pitches two scoreless innings in his spring debut, Jose Molina reaches base three times and scored twice, and Tampa Bay coasts to an easy 8-0 win over the Red Sox.
Clay Buchholz's line was, frankly, ugly: one inning, one run allowed, three hits and a walk, with just 14 of the 26 pitches for strikes. But the important thing is, he's pain free.
Of the general managers in New England, which one is under the most pressure to make the right moves?
Jake Peavy will throw today -- without a glove -- after slicing his left index finger open with a fishing knife.