"He's had some key hits," said first baseman Mike Napoli. "We're all excited for him. We're glad he's doing it. Hopefully he keeps doing it."
The Red Sox are 3-0 in this World Series in games that Ross has started.
"First of all, David has given us a spark offensively out of the position, and that's not to be disrespectful to Salty in any way," said Farrell. "We've had to try to jump-start a couple of different positions from an offensive standpoint. And at the same time, David has done a great job with running the game from a game-calling perspective. And so that's the thrust of him being back behind the plate tomorrow."
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