DETROIT — Josh Beckett insisted his health was fine. The Boston right-hander just made too many bad pitches against a lineup more than capable of taking advantage.
The Red Sox were thoroughly demolished by the Tigers Saturday, leaving them at 0-2 for the second straight year.
By Tony Massarotti, Globe Columnist The Red Sox don't have the horses in the bullpen and everybody knows it. The only question now is how long the Red Sox can wait to address that shortage. And whether they can really address it at all.
By John Tomase / Red Sox Beat DETROIT — Prince Fielder was finishing up with the media when bash brother Miguel Cabrera poked his head into the scrum. “One, two, three, pow!” he said. “One, two, three, POW!” He could have added a four and a five,
(Gregg Forwerck / Courtesy Team USA Baseball) The best news of the day for the Red Sox unquestionably came in the minor leagues. In Triple-A, Aaron Cook — who is remains on call as a rotation depth option — threw a seven-inning complete game with a