The Red Sox's five-man rotation for 2019 looks to be one of the best in baseball, and the aces are finally starting to get their in-game work in.
Prior to March 10 (Sunday), Eduardo Rodriguez was the only projected starter of the five to pitch in any Grapefruit League games this spring, having started three of them.
Since then, Rick Porcello, David Price, and Nathan Eovaldi have finally appeared, starting the last three games on the 10th, 12th, and 13th, respectively.
Porcello allowed two earned runs (both solo homers) in three innings in an 8-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays without walking a batter.
Price allowed two earned runs (on a two-run homer) on four hits in three innings in a 4-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers; Price walked two and struck out four.
Eovaldi pitched three innings in a 9-5 loss to the Minnesota Twins, allowing a solo home run for the only hit and earned run he allowed, with a walk and strikeout apiece.
Pretty solid spring debuts, now we're just waiting on Chris Sale.
Just two more weeks until Opening Day!