Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Sometimes, it gets late early...

Is some team poised to open up a lead in the AL East? If one is, it should be the Boston Red Sox...


Red Sox Schedule for the next 13 days
Tue. 17 at Toronto

Wed. 18 at Toronto

Thu. 19 at Toronto

Fri. 20 NY Yankees

Sat. 21 NY Yankees

Sun. 22 NY Yankees

Mon. 23 Toronto

Tue. 24 Toronto

Wed. 25 at Baltimore

Thu. 26 at Baltimore

Fri. 27 at NY Yankees

Sat. 28 at NY Yankees

Sun. 29 at NY Yankees


Transactions (NYY):
April 15, 2007 Placed pitchers Carl Pavano and Mike Mussina on the 15-day disabled list; recalled pitcher Chris Britton from Scranton/Wilkes Barre of the International League (AAA).
April 8, 2007 Placed outfielder Hideki Matsui on the 15-day disabled list; recalled outfielder Kevin Thompson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre of the International League (AAA).

Transactions (NYY):
April 15, 2007 Placed pitcher B.J. Ryan on the 15-day disabled list; recalled pitcher Jamie Vermilyea from Syracuse of the International League (AAA).
April 13, 2007 Placed pitcher Brandon League and outfielder Reed Johnson on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to March 31 and April 12, respectively; recalled outfielder Adam Lind from Syracuse of the International League (AAA).


It would behoove the Red Sox to play well for the next two weeks. They figure to have an edge on the mound in at least 9 of those games. 7-6 would be a wasted opportunity. 8-5 is the minimum acceptable record over this stretch. If they really want to take advantage of it, they need to go 9-4 or better...

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