Prescription starts with more pitching
Originally Published: September 15, 2006By Keith Law | Scouts Inc.
The Red Sox were widely expected to contend for the AL East crown and a trip back to the World Series this year, and for about 4½ months, those goals remained realistic. While their season more or less ended with a five-game sweep at the hands of the Yankees, the seeds of the Red Sox's demise were already sown earlier in the year -- and even a bit in the offseason.
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