Terry Francona opened his Sunday morning briefing with reporters by acknowledging he spent the night in his office, sleeping and doing some homework on the upcoming series with the Los Angeles Angels. "By the time you shower, drive and then you wake up and then turn around. I got a ton of the Anaheim (preparation) done," said Francona. The Red Sox manager also said that he is leaning toward starting Paul Byrd on Wednesday against the Angels, one night after Daisuke Matsuzaka starts for the first time since June 19. "I don't think we feel like we're as thin as it looks," Francona said of the back-end of the rotation.
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