Published: Fri, October 12, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Cora sticking with Price for Game 2 of ALCS vs Astros

Cora sticking with Price for Game 2 of ALCS vs Astros

The nonprofit Esplanade Association and a local knitwear company with an unprintable name teamed up to create a giant Red Sox beanie to perch atop a sculpture of Arthur Fiedler's head along the Charles River.

By winning a club-record 108 games this season, the Red Sox ensured home-field advantage through the postseason.

Speaking on MLB Network radio a day after the Red Sox eliminated the Yankees from the AL Division Series, Cora said he plans to use Chris Sale in Game 1 of the best-of-seven series that begins at Fenway Park on Saturday night.

Stephanie Apstein: I would start David Price in Game 2. He performed relatively well in two starts against the Astros this season, allowing five runs across 12 1/3 innings while posting an.811 WHIP. Put him in the bullpen for Games 1 and 2, and have him penciled in to start Game 4.

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The first-year manager said Price, the loser in the Red Sox only defeat in the ALDS, is still in line to start Game 2. "I think he's going to make some adjustments and he'll be fine".

It was in this exact setting that the Red Sox last captured an American League pennant, as a Shane Victorino grand slam against the Tigers in Game 6 in 2013 pushed the Red Sox to the World Series, where they defeated the Cardinals in six games.

Cora was Houston's bench coach past year before he was hired by Boston. I don't know, I think we talk about, like in basketball, LeBron James.

The victor of the best-of-seven showdown will advance to the World Series. "Hopefully he keeps getting better and he'll be ready to go on Saturday.".

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