Red Sox’s Pitching Staff Off To Better Start Than Last Season


Despite ugly performances from Steven Wright and Rick Porcello this week, the Boston Red Sox’s pitching staff already is off to a better start 10 games into the season compared to last year’s campaign.

Through 10 games in 2017, the Red Sox offensive numbers are down from a year ago, but their pitching has improved and is trending in the right direction.

The team currently has a 4.40 ERA compared to a 4.81 ERA through their first 10 games of 2016. The addition of Chris Sale certainly has helped the cause, and it should get even better when David Price returns.

For more on the Red Sox pitching staff, check out the video above from “Red Sox Final,” presented by Plainridge Park Casino.

Thumbnail photo from Bob DeChiara/USA TODAY Sports Images

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