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Starters: LHP Chris Sale for the Sox, LHP Jon Lester for Boston. Chris is looking to become the first White Sox starting pitcher to begin a season 4-0 since Jose Contrera s in 2006 and first to win his first four starts since Jon Garland in 2005.
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Felix Doubront has not started off the season hot through three starts, despite flashes of excellence in the recent past.
Jake Peavy served as a mentor to Chris Sale during his time in Chicago and still maintains a friendship with his former teammate.
Eric Wilbur is a Boston.com sports columnist who is still in awe of what Dana Kiecker pulled off that one time in Toronto.
It's early in the season but the Red Sox's struggles should not go unnoticed. As they sit at the bottom of the AL East at 5-9, the Red Sox's issues are piling up.
If the Boston Red Sox are to make a serious bid for back-to-back World Series championships, Jake Peavy and Clay Buchholz will be big parts of the reason why.
According to Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com, the Boston Red Sox recently offered their ace left-handed pitcher Jon Lester a four-year extension worth somewhere between $70 and $80 million.
You can't blame Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington for making a lowball four-year, $70 million contract offer to Jon Lester.
I am shocked. Jon Lester , according to WEEI's Rob Bradford , was offered $70 million over the next four years by the Boston Red Sox.
Is this the part where we're supposed to feign concern about the dreadful start the Red Sox have put together to the 2014 season with the logical mindset that we're only but halfway through April? Sorry.
The Red Sox have made a $70 - $80 million contract offer to Jon Lester. Are they low-balling the southpaw? While Red Sox nation was focused on the team's doomed efforts against the Yankees, a bit of information slipped in under the radar regarding the extension talks between Jon Lester and the Red Sox.
The Brewers are the best team in baseball right now. Really? Yes, really. The union is upset over comments about unsigned free agents.
Chris Sale knew his work schedule for the upcoming three-game set against Boston, with the White Sox ace pitching in the series finale Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
If the Red Sox want Jon Lester as badly as he supposedly wants them, it's going to cost more than $70 million.
David Ross, who was Brian McCann's backup in Atlanta, said during the offseason that McCann told him he considered coming to Boston as a free agent.