All or nothing
Clay Buchholz will kick things off against Jered Weaver. But Buchholz should be the least of Red Sox fans' worries. It's the two starters in line to pitch behind him in the Angels series that have been a concern.
And who would have thought, before the season, that we'd be questioning John Lackey and Josh Beckett in mid-August?
For now, forget about Jacoby Ellsbury. It's time for Lackey and Beckett to pitch like the aces they are, down the stretch. Doing so would show Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein that he wouldn't be wasting his money or prospects by adding a key reliever before the waiver deadline.
I talked about the Red Sox' upcoming home stand on Tuesday's show. I also talked about who to watch for on the Patriots as training camp officially comes to and end. And, Bruins center Marc Savard isn't happy with the team's front office. I don't blame him.
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*Tuesday's show is the last show of this week, as I'll be heading to Chicago for my buddy's bachelor party. Back next week.
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