Boston's lineup owns an obvious edge, but pitching seems likely to decide this series. Cleveland is shorthanded, without two of its top three starters. And the Indians' ace, Corey Kluber, only recently recovered from a quad strain. That could be the undoing for a club driven by pitching all season. One counterpoint: Indians manager Terry Francona has two elite relievers, and he's unafraid to use them in nontraditional spots. Even if the series goes five gaves, the Red Sox will receive only one start from their big-money free-agent signing, David Price, who has struggled in playoffs past and did not dominate as expected this year.