Red Sox Players Sleep at Fenway Park

Early to bed, early to rise.

When the Boston Red Sox walked off with a win on Sunday night, it left the teams with only 12 hours until the scheduled first pitch of Monday's Patriots' Day game. With that in mind, Mike Napoli, Clay Buchholz and John Lackey decided to have a sleepover at the ballpark in the newly installed "sleep room."

NESN's Ricky Doyle asked Red Sox catcher David Ross about the room.

"It is nice. With the travel schedule you have here and this market and all the Sunday night games, getaway day-night games, everybody wants to put us on TV and have a big draw. You know we do have some times every once in a while where it's nice to go in there and get a little hour or so rest - a little nap."

You've got to do what you've got to do when you're trying to repeat as world champions.