Red Sox could head into season with pitching uncertainty

Bangor Daily News

FORT MYERS, Fla. — The idea of beginning a season with four regular pitchers unavailable could be anywhere from daunting to devastating for many teams. But that is what the Boston Red Sox could be facing. The Red Sox have four pitchers who might be out for opening day. Three potential starters — left-handers Drew Pomeranz and Eduardo Rodriguez and knuckleballer Steven Wright — could start the season on the disabled list for the AL East champions. Closer Craig Kimbrel has been in Boston since Feb. 28, when 4-month-old daughter Lydia, who was born with heart ailments, underwent her second surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. Kimbrel has been working out in the Boston area but has not been

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