Hell Yeah, I Like Beer
Lester Makes Sobering Admission
Lester: 'It Was the Wrong Thing To Do'
Shaughnessy: Lester Confession Is Little Consolation
Schilling Rips Lester's Admission, and His Blaming Terry Cloth Francona
Lester Fires Back at Schilling, Says Some MLB Pitchers Drank When They Pitch
Heyman: Henry Made Crawford His 'Walking, Talking, Mistake'
Now Will the Rest of the Chicken Club Come Clean?
Mike Giardi, Second Man In Again
Beckett? Beckett? Bueller?
"There's a perception out there that we were up there getting hammered and that wasn't the case. Was it a bad habit? Yes. I should have been on the bench more than I was. But we just played bad baseball as a team in September. We stunk. To be honest, we were doing the same things all season when we had the best record in baseball." -- Jon Lester told The Globe via telephone from his home in Georgia