Cleveland Indians defeat Boston Red Sox, 9-2
In 1994, the Red Sox selected a pitcher named Carl Pavano in the 13th round of the amateur draft, and over the next 14 years, he brought the organization joy in strange and indirect ways.
The Sox traded him and a player to be named later in 1997 for Pedro Martinez. Pavano signed a four-year, $38 million contract before 2005 with the Yankees. He beat the Red Sox in his first start in pinstripes, then produced more snickers than victories in New York.
Pavano gave the R...