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The Red Sox can put some distance between themselves and the white-hot Tampa Bay Rays in the American League East race this week during their four-game series. But the Rays won’t be easy to hold off, especially after Monday’s Tampa Bay win.
The Rays haven’t lost a series since dropping two of three at Fenway on June 18-19 (when the Sox swept a doubleheader). They entered this one having won 17 of 19 games. On June 22, the Rays were tied with the Blue Jays for last in the AL East, but they’re now just 1/2 game behind the Red Sox. Boston is a -145 series favorite (first three games only), with Tampa at +115.
The Rays have their own Yasiel Puig-type in rookie slugger Wil Myers. Tampa Bay is 22-8 entering Monday since Myers was called up from Triple-A. The Sox’s Jose Iglesias might be the AL Rookie of the Year favorite right now, but Myers is closing the gap, especially with Iglesias’ bat having cooled off in July. Tampa Bay also is getting big seasons from guys such as first baseman Ja...
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The Boston Red Sox and second-basemen Dustin Pedroia have agreed in principle on a long-term contract extension. The deal begins in 2015, and will run through his age [...]
BOSTON – Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox have crossed T’s and dotted I’s, but no “C” ever factored into the equation.
The Red Sox announced Wednesday that they have signed Pedroia to an eight-year contract extension that will take the second baseman through the 2021 season. But despite a deal that all but ensures Pedroia will spend his entire career in Boston, there will...
BOSTON – Quick, what will you be doing nine years from now?
It’s a difficult question to answer, even for Dustin Pedroia, who just signed an eight-year contract extension with the Red Sox that will take him through the 2021 season. But while a lot can happen between now and then, Pedroia isn’t ruling out the possibility of playing beyond his age 38 season, despite the wear...
Video: Ortiz steals 2nd base, gives it to Pedroia David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia are the team leaders of the Boston Red Sox and, with Pedroia holding a news conference to announce his contract extension with the team, you knew Ortiz had to get involved somehow. The Red Sox DH walked out behind where Pedroia, [...]
Dustin Pedroia will be sticking around Boston for quite a while. Rob Bradford of WEEI is reporting that Pedroia and the Red Sox have agreed to a seven-year $100 million dollar contract. The contract will keep Pedroia in Beantown untill 2021. Pedroia will be 37 when it is finished. The contract also contains a full no-trade clause.
Pedroia and Red Sox have agreed in principle on extension...
The Boston Red Sox and second baseman Dustin Pedroia are in agreement on a seven-year, $100 million deal, according to Red Sox beat writer Rob Bradford.
The deal would commence with the 2015 season. Pedroia is signed for $10 million next season and the Red Sox hold an $11 million club option on him for '15.
Yahoo! first reported that the two sides were discussing an extension...
Dustin Pedroia will get to dirty up many more
Red Sox uniforms with his eight-year deal.
(Photo courtesy of Boston.com)
During Terry Francona’s time as manager of the Boston Red Sox, it was no secret that he and Dustin Pedroia had built more than just a manager-player relationship. From playing cribbage on flights and before games to the constant...
Dustin Pedroia is the face of the Red Sox, and he’s going to continue to hold that role for a very long time.
The Boston second baseman has signed a seven-year, $100 million contract extension with the club, according to multiple reports. WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford was the first to report the news, and that was later confirmed by USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. Pedroia will reportedly...
The Red Sox have locked up their star second basemen for a long time. The Red Sox had been reportedly talking to Pedroia about an extension, but it didn't appear that anything was close. Well, a deal has been agreed to and it assures that Dustin Pedroia will be a member of the Red Sox for a long, long time.
The Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia agreed to a deal in principle that...
When it comes to the second base market, the impending free agency of Robinson Cano has received the most attention. It’s Boston’s Dustin Pedroia, though, that is making a splash first, agreeing to a 7-year, $100 million extension with the Red Sox.
The deal will include a full no-trade clause, which is notable considering how Boston hit the reset button on their past two...
Dustin Pedroia will be with the Boston Red Sox for quite a while.
Pedroia, who signed a seven-year extension after passing a physical on Wednesday, is speaking with the Boston media at 2:45 p.m. ET at Fenway Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Check out NESN.com’s live stream below.
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Let's go Sasquatchin'
There are very few professional athletes that have a legitimate chance of retiring with one organization. Boston fans are all to familiar with saying goodbye to a beloved athlete they've watched grow up right before their very eyes. Paul Pierce spent 15 years with the Celtics only to leave the Garden for the Garden...
There are many who consider Dustin Pedroia to be the heart and soul of the Boston Red Sox. If that lofty title is indeed true, the All-Star second baseman will hold it down for at least eight more years with the contract extension he reportedly received on Tuesday.
But is Pedroia also the face of the Boston sports scene? It’s a question — especially with the Red Sox playing at...
If Pedroia can get $100 million I can only fathom what Robinson Cano will command on the open market.
THIS JUST IN: Dustin Pedroia agrees in principle to 7-year, $100 million extension with Red Sox, running through 2021 season. (via @WEEI)
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