Remember all that recent talk about putting Doug Fister in the playoff starting rotation?
Hold that thought.
Photo courtesy of NESN
Fister (pictured) allowed four first-inning runs as the Athletics knocked off the Red Sox 7-3 Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
Oakland opened the game with five hits in the first frame, including a two-run homer by Matt Olson off of Fister who ultimately allowed six runs over four innings on six hits and a walk while striking out four.
Boston was held in check by the immortal Jharel Cotton who allowed three runs on six hits and two walks in five innings of work.
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