The Boston Red Sox have been around a long time. Since 1901, to be exact. They’ve never had a player – not Ted Williams or Carl Yastrzemski or David Ortiz — do what Mitch Moreland has done nine games into his BoSox career. The former Mississippi State star doubled for the seventh straight game today at Fenway Park. Moreland, signed as a free agent this past off-season, leads the majors in doubles with eight, and he is hitting .324 with one RBI and five runs for a Boston club that is off to a 5-4 start. The Red Sox defeated Pittsburgh 4-3 today.