While bemoaning the loss of Alex Hassan and Carlos Rivero to waivers recently (ummmm, yup, sarcasm here), I have some other thoughts on how the Red Sox can improve their team over the winter: 1,154 more words
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The fourth-annual Rawlings Platinum Glove Awards were announced last night, recognizing the best defensive player in each league. Royals left fielder Alex Gordon took home the honors for the American League while Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina won the award for the National League. 111 more words
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia played through a wrist injury for most of the season before finally shutting things down and undergoing surgery in mid-September, finishing with career-lows in batting average (.278), on-base percentage (.337), and slugging percentage (.376). 178 more words
BOSTON (CBS) — Once again, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is the man with the Golden Glove.
Pedroia won his second straight Gold Glove award on Tuesday evening. 219 more words
Nobody was more excited than Red Sox infield instructor Brian Butterfield over Dustin Pedroia winning his fourth Gold Glove, and second consecutive.
“I really feel like he impacted his position more than anybody else has impacted any position in baseball,” Butterfield said by phone. 222 more words