BOSTON – Not unexpectedly, John Lackey will start Game 2 of the World Series Thursday night at Fenway Park against the Cardinals.
John Lackey’s greatest attribute is also his worst. Or at least that’s how it’s been perceived at different points along his certifiably schizophrenic four seasons in Boston. That attribute?
David Ortiz's Game 3 grand slam was nice and all, but Tony Massarotti called Game 3 of the ALCS "the turning point of the series."
Since everything has to be a competition around these parts, we're going to take John Lackey's starting performance and pit it up against the Sox bullpen's performance as a whole after La
DETROIT -- For much of the regular season, John Farrell had to ride out the highs and lows of first baseman Mike Napoli at the plate.