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Also known as: I got nothin'.Cody Ross looms large, with Ryan Kalish out for now.David Ortiz and the Sox go to arbitration on Monday. I hope Court TV carries it live so we get to hear every heart-stopping moment of suspense.Roy Oswalt is just not that into us. His issue is "geography." It's a strange excuse, to my ears. Half the games are elsewhere, no matter where you play.If I had said to you that the Sox would sign a 17-year-old prospect from Australia, what odds would you have given me?Whaddaya hear? Let us know in the comments.
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