We were caught up in the Rays starting Matt Moore and David Price in Games 1 and 2.
How could the Red Sox, who had been idle for four days while waiting for the Rays to win sudden death games, cope with that 1-2 punch?
The answer: Easy.
Manager John Farrell keeps using the word “relentless” when it comes to the Red Sox offense, and that’s exactly what it’s been for the past two games. A relentless offense against two of the best pitchers in baseball produced 19 runs and 25 hits.
The “close” games these two teams were supposed to play in this series have gone to the Sox, 12-2 and 7-4.The Red Sox are two games up, heading to St. Petersburg for two games. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.