Eric D. Schabell
The season started with a pretty good looking starting rotation.
The Red Sox had Clay Buchholz, Jon Lester, John Lackey, and Felix Dubront in mind at the beginning of the season.
Funny how things have worked out.
A pretty darn good first half of the year with the Red Sox leading their division by 2.5 games posting as .598 winning percentage.
The thing is, was the rotation a strength or a weakness?
The two best pitchers so far have been John Lackey and Felix Dubront. Yes, you heard that right, John Lackey and Felix Dubront.
Clay Buchholz and Jon Lester have been disappointing over the first half of the season to say the least. Let's take a closer look.
Clay Buchholz has been phenomenal, when he is healthy. unfortunately, he has been out with injuries in every one of his major league seasons. This last 'injury' has been a frustrating one for everyone, with him leading the medial staff it seems as to when he will be ready to start throwin...