Just go better for Boston than the last series between these two did, okay?
Bradley Jr. works his way back, Rubby De La Rosa is starting to come together, and Bryce Brentz might be ditching extremes for balance.
The farm system put its best pitchers forward Thursday night as Rubby De La Rosa, Brandon Workman, Henry Owens, and Francellis Montas all took the mound.
Jacoby Ellsbury has never again reached the MVP-caliber level he showed in 2011, and it's not looking like he will this year either. With a few adjustments, though, he can get much closer than he is now.
Will Middlebrooks took what seemed certain to be another night of disappointment and turned it into Boston's first ninth-inning comeback of the year.
Hope for a good Doubront start, hope the bats keep rolling, hope the Red Sox found their feet last night and hope that they'll keep them today. For the sake of all of our sanity, it's time to win...