We've got a nice pitching matchup today: The Doc vs. the Wounded. Fitting, huh?
Josh Beckett makes his season debut after back spasms during spring training. For the Jays, it's one of the best in the game, Roy Halladay. Halladay lost his first game of the season after going 7 innings and giving up just 3 runs.
|2008 - Roy Halladay||0-1||3.86||1.29||3||2|
Some people are curious if Beckett is healthy enough. I've got to think that if Beckett wasn't fully ready to go then he wouldn't be pitching in today's game. I expect some good things out of Beckett today.
Boston Red Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays
04/06/08 1:07 PM EDT
|Toronto Blue Jays||Boston Red Sox|
|Shannon Stewart - LF||Dustin Pedroia - 2B|
|Aaron Hill - 2B||Kevin Youkilis - 1B|
|Alex Rios - RF||David Ortiz - DH|
|Vernon Wells - CF||Manny Ramirez - LF|
|Frank Thomas - DH||Mike Lowell - 3B|
|Lyle Overbay - 1B||JD Drew - RF|
|Marco Scutaro - 2B||Jason Varitek - C|
|Rod Barajas - C||Jacoby Ellsbury - CF|
|John McDonald - SS||Julio Lugo - SS|
|Roy Halladay - P||Josh Beckett - P |