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Jose Iglesias won over the Fenway Faithful during his time with the Red Sox, and on Monday afternoon, the fans paid tribute to the Tigers shortstop with a nice ovation in his return to Boston.
The 23-year-old was well-received in Boston, and he admitted to feeling surprised about being traded to Detroit in the three-team trade, but he is enjoying being back in Beantown and catching up with his old teammates. Iglesias said it’s an “unbelievable feeling” to be back at Fenway after all of the experiences he had with the team.
Check out the above video to hear more from Iglesias.
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Detroit Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias faced off against his former team Monday for the first time since being traded away.
He promptly turned a nifty double play then smacked a double off starter John Lackey in the Tigers 3-0 win.
The Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski told WEEI Boston,
“Jose’s been tremendous for us. He really changes our ball...
Jose Iglesias made his return to Fenway Park Monday afternoon after a July trade sent the very talented shortstop to Detroit as part of a three team deal with with the Chicago White Sox.
Iglesias whose known for his glove certainly put that on display once again this time in the bottom of the 6th when he was able to turn what Rod Allen could only describe as a “sick” 6-1 double...
Typically, the Fenway Faithful are responsible for belting out the words to “Sweet Caroline” during the middle of the eighth inning, but a few members of the Detroit Tigers couldn’t help themselves from joining in on Monday afternoon.
Holding a three-run lead against the Red Sox, the Tigers were feeling upbeat about their day, and they chose to commemorate the occasion with...
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Miguel Cabrera is not in the Detroit Tigers' lineup for the
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Fenway Park is home to one of the best non-baseball baseball tradition. Between the top and bottom half of the eighth inning, Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” is played and sung along to by Red Sox nation. It’s been going on since 2003 for seemingly no reason at all. On Monday, four Tigers joined the Bostonians by swaying and (hardly) singing along with the...
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