How concerned is Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski about his team's disappointing start?
"I'm concerned, because we haven't played well, but I'm not overly concerned," Dombrowski said. "It's early in the season and I've been through this where you go through streaks with clubs. Really, when you start looking at our club, you say, 'Well, what facet of your club is playing really well?' And we're really not playing very well anywhere.
"Our starting pitching hasn't been very good, our defense hasn't been overly good, our hitting hasn't been like it's been capable of being. So we've just had a tough start really is what it comes down to. I've seen these things happen before."
Dombrowski did make a change to the catching situation on Tuesday when Blake Swihart was designated for assignment and Sandy Leon was called up from Triple-A Pawtucket.