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Dustin Pedroia Still A Long Way From Returning To Red Sox

BOSTON (CBS) — Throughout spring training and the early part of the season, optimism abounded with Dustin Pedroia in his recovery from knee surgery. But now in mid-July, with Pedroia having played just three big league games all year, the optimism has taken a back seat. 254 more words

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Red Sox Sign Second Baseman Brandon Phillips

BOSTON (CBS) — With Dustin Pedroia’s status still somewhat in question, the Boston Red Sox have added a veteran infielder to the organization.

The team on Wednesday signed Brandon Phillips to a minor league deal. 189 more words

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Nick Madrigal: So Short He Makes Me Think I Could've Gone Fourth Overall

With the fourth overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft, the White Sox selected Nick Madrigal, a 5’8″ middle infielder (primarily a second baseman) out of Oregon State. 702 more words

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Red Sox Decision to DFA Hanley Already Coming Back to Bite Them

Remember last week when I wrote an article about Hanley’s shocking departure from the team? Yeah, that was only a week ago.

I said the Sox chose Pedroia over him. 433 more words

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Dustin Pedroia Placed On Disabled List With Knee Inflammation

BOSTON (CBS) – Dustin Pedroia’s return from the disabled list didn’t last long.

The Red Sox second baseman was recalled from the DL on May 25 after having surgery last offseason. 71 more words

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Mookie Betts Will Miss His Sixth Straight Game Friday Vs. Astros

BOSTON (CBS) — The Red Sox were hoping to have have one of their best hitters back in the lineup Friday night in Houston.

But that is not the case, as Mookie Betts is once again out of the lineup for Boston with left side tightness. 218 more words

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We Interrupt...

…this prolonged period of silence to rejoice in the fact that HANLEY IS GONE!!!!  I know, the Celtics just lost Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Finals, a truly impressive run; the Bruins are a few weeks removed from a fairly successful season of their own; the Red Sox currently have the best record in baseball and Tom Brady (plus Rob Gronkowski) is being a colossal baby. 845 more words