DETROIT - The Detroit Tigers insisted they were not concerned about their worst skid of the year a few hours before playing the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox
BOSTON — Hours before Friday night's game against the Detroit Tigers, Red Sox manager John Farrell talked about the importance of scoring first at home and not playing catch-up.
Uh, oh. Here we go again.
Here was Jarrod Saltalamacchia on Thursday, talking about his former Red Sox team:
"I hope they go 0-162. Now they're all sleazeballs."
The blockbuster trade between the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers that sent first baseman Prince Fielder to Texas for second baseman Ian Kinsler could impact Red Sox free agents Mike Napoli and J