BOSTON - It took longer than they would have liked, but following a nearly three-hour rain delay, the Red Sox continued to have their
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Throughout spring training, the Red Sox talked of the importance of a deep starting rotation well beyond the five starters with which they would open the season.
After winning three straight games (the last two in ridiculous fashion) to climb back into a tie for first place in the AL East, the Red Sox were hit with a sobering blow on Sunday night.
After spending some time in Triple-A Pawtucket, right-handed pitcher Alfredo Aceves was called back up to the Red Sox on Friday to help aid a depleted Boston bullpen.
There were some shakeups in the Red Sox roster Friday afternoon.