Found December 12, 2011 on Fenway West:
PLAYERS: Matt Albers
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
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The Red Sox have re-signed relief pitcher Matt Albers to a one-year $1.075 million contract.  Let's hope it is the first half Matt Albers and not the second half Matt Albers that will pitch for Boston next season.
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