Indians vs. Red Sox 2016 live stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch ALDS Game 3 online
Both starting pitchers were teammates in junior college in 2005.
The Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians were rained out on Sunday, so the two teams will resume their American League Division Series on Monday evening at Fenway Park in Boston.
The Red Sox are back home, but are down 0-2 in the series and looking to keep their season alive.
The 6:08 p.m. ET game will be televised by TBS, with Ernie Johnson calling the play-by-play alongside analysts Ron Darling and Cal Ripken Jr. and reporter Sam Ryan.
Both scheduled pitchers from Sunday will start on Monday, with Clay Buchholz going for Boston and Josh Tomlin for Cleveland. Both were teammates back in 2005 at Angelina College in Texas, where they were competing for the shortstop job in addition to pitching.
“He was more of a position player there,” Buchholz said of Tomlin on Saturday. “You know, he was a really good athlete, really good shortstop. He pitched every now and then. He wasn't like a four or five guy. We had a pretty good rotation when we were both there.”
“He was probably a better pitcher than I was at the time, so he was a starter and in the days he didn't start, he played right and I played short,” Tomlin recalled.
The Red Sox were 47-34 in 2016 at home, and won 13 of their last 19 games at Fenway during the regular season.
ALDS Game 3 info
When: 6:08 p.m. ET
Where: Fenway Park, Boston