The Red Sox received a much-needed day off on Monday. But they're back to work at Fenway and looking to right the ship.

A turnaround for the Sox will need to include better starting pitching, as the team's starters have struggled to go deep into ballgames as of late. When that happens, it forces the bullpen to pitch more innings, essentially throwing everything out of whack.

Jerry Remy discussed the importance of starting pitching prior to Tuesday night's game against the Blue Jays, and gave his opinion on whether the Sox should consider using Alfredo Aceves in a starting role.

To hear what Remy had to say, check out the video above.