Boston Red Sox: Just How Bad Have Boston Starters Been This Season?

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Boston Red Sox: Just How Bad Have Boston Starters Been This Season?
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The Boston Red Sox have a 6.56 ERA through 15 games. That puts them last in all of baseball; the second-worst team, Minnesota, is still a whole run better than Boston.

The pitching has been the biggest reason the Red Sox are last in the AL East with a 5-10 record. The main culprit has been their bullpen, which has an ERA of 8.06. Only the Rays join them in having an ERA over five.

But while most of the blame has to lie with the relief corps, the starters haven't exactly been impressive thus far. So just how bad have they been, and what grade do they deserve after three trips through the rotation?

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