Found August 26, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Jose Iglesias
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
BOSTON -- There's no timetable on Jose Iglesias' stay in the majors. With the September call-up deadline around the corner, the highly touted shortstop could stick around until the rest of the season. "It's always great to be back in the big leagues, especially with this club," Iglesias said. "I've had a good year, fortunately, and I've been more consistent. Unfortunately, I had a little back injury that slowed me down, but I'm back." This stint will be a chance for the 22-year-old to showcase his offensive strides made in Triple-A. When the Red Sox cut Iglesias in spring training,...
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