Despite strikeouts, Red Sox love working the count Long at-bats wear out pitchers ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Koji Uehara threw some long toss in the outfield. Jim Davis/Globe Staff David Ortiz and his teammates will be back in the World Series spotlight once again. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Ryan Dempster looked at messages written on the "Pesky Pole." Jim Davis/Globe Staff Xander Bogaerts and Brandon Workman chatted in the outfield, while Ryan Dempster took ground balls. Jim Davis/Globe Staff John Farrell led his team as they went from worst to first this season. Jim Davis/Globe Staff A section of seats in the right field grandstand are being coverted to an auxiliary press area. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jon Lester was named the Game One starter. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jonny Gomes waited for his turn in the batting cage. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Stephen Drew took extra batting practice, along with Will Middlebrooks. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Hank Drew, Stephen Drew’s son, chased down a baseball that rolled into the 2013 Postseason logo area behind home plate.