When the series began between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, they had listed three premier pitching matchups for the fans at Fenway Park to see.
So far, the first two games have come down to a battle of the bullpens instead of the starters.
On opening night, the two starters for both teams didn't have great outings. Josh Beckett didn't even get out of the fifth inning, allowing eight hits, five runs, three walks and two home runs and a 9.
On the list of difficult things to imagine, few rank higher than Mariano Rivera trotting in from the home bullpen at Fenway Park to face the Yankees while "Enter Sandman" blasts out into the Boston night. According to Rivera, there ... Read Post
After winning the season opener, the Boston Red Sox came out even stronger against the Yankees in the second game of the season. In the first night game, the Red Sox bullpen stole the show, but this time the star was starting pitche... Read Post