Found April 16, 2012 on NESN.com:
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After weighing in on the pregame controversy between Kevin Youkilis and Bobby Valentine, Dustin Pedroia has apparently been able to clear the air with his manager. While speaking to reporters after Monday's game, the Red Sox second baseman explained that he had spoken with his skipper and everything was behind them. See what else Pedroia had to say in this edition of Red Sox Clubhouse Uncut.
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