The Boston Red Sox extended their season by at least another day Sunday when they beat the Houston Astros 10-3 in Game 3 of their American League Division Series matchup. The Sox bats finally came alive and David Price showed us the David Price we thought we were getting all along. Price pitched out of his mind and Hanley was a GD hero. Yesterday was the first time in a while I’ve been really fired up for this team. Game 4 of the series will be played at 1:08 p.m. ET on Monday at Fenway Park because the Yankees were able to hold off elongation of their own. With the Yankees winning, they slide into the 7:00PM slot. The Sox didn’t find this out until after 11:00 last night. https://twitter.com/RedSox/status/917223758552883205The fact that tickets are still available is disappointing, that Park needs to be loud and rowdy. Although perhaps the weather could be the reason, there remains a greater than a 50% chance of rain the entire day. Rick Porcello (11-17) is scheduled to face Charlie Morton (14-7). A rainout today would likely shift it to another Sale vs. Verlander rematch.