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Addressing Clinic (FN Photo)Wednesday was an extremely busy day for Dustin Pedroia. He had to put the finishing touches on his new 8-year, $110 million deal; take a physical; and be a hero to a bunch of kids at a batting clinic. Oh, by the way, he also had to face David Price a little later on. Because of all the morning contract activity, Pedroia was a little late to the Franklin Sports hitting clinic. But the kids who won the contest to be with The Muddy Chicken didn't mind his tardiness. Franklin Sports—based right here in Massachusetts— is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of their signature batting glove (first introduced in 1983 with Mike Schmidt.) A third-generation member of the Franklin family—Adam Franklin—was also on hand to greet the contest winners. Franklin is conducting similar clinics at 18 ballparks around the country—but this one at their "home" park is something special. The Laser Show (along with hitting coaches Greg Colbrunn and Victor Rodriguez) ga...
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It’s around that point in the season where it’s time for me to put my fortune-telling cap on and make some predictions for the end of the year. You may think some are crazy, and others are genius, but regardless what you think, these will all 100% happen.
The Red Sox will win the AL East on the last day of the season.
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Pedey Meeting Press (FN Photo)The Red Sox today announced the finalized details of a contract extension for Dustin Pedroia. The 2008 AL MVP signed an 8 year, $110 million extension—carrying him through the 2021 season. Pedroia—who was at the park for a Franklin Sports batting clinic as well—will finish his career as a member of the Carmine Hose. Like God intended. He's...
BOSTON – Quick, what will you be doing nine years from now?
It’s a difficult question to answer, even for Dustin Pedroia, who just signed an eight-year contract extension with the Red Sox that will take him through the 2021 season. But while a lot can happen between now and then, Pedroia isn’t ruling out the possibility of playing beyond his age 38 season, despite the wear...
Dustin Pedroia is the face of the Red Sox, and he’s going to continue to hold that role for a very long time.
The Boston second baseman has signed a seven-year, $100 million contract extension with the club, according to multiple reports. WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford was the first to report the news, and that was later confirmed by USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. Pedroia will reportedly...
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I could spend weeks waxing poetic about what Dustin Pedroia means to the Red Sox organization, the city of Boston, and the fans, so to say I was thrilled when I found out about his new contract extension would be an understatement for the ages.
Yes, I understand why some people have reservations about the length of the deal. One of Pedroia’s greatest strengths...
Not wanting to see the market for second baseman skyrocket and try to battle for signing Dustin Pedroia two years from now, the Red Sox locked up the 2008 AL MVP through the 2021 season. Not only do the Red Sox now have the 4-time All-Star for 7 extra years, but they have him at a fairly discounted rate.
The 7 year deal is reportedly worth $100 million, and for the time being, makes...
Dustin Pedroia will get to dirty up many more
Red Sox uniforms with his eight-year deal.
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During Terry Francona’s time as manager of the Boston Red Sox, it was no secret that he and Dustin Pedroia had built more than just a manager-player relationship. From playing cribbage on flights and before games to the constant...
It seemed swift and quick, a lot like baseball's justice lately. Only this time we were celebrating a player renown for his character, toughness and ability to play the game correctly.
Unfortunately, Dustin Pedoria's new 8-year extension with the Boston Red Sox has been overshadowed by a few who seek to undermine the purity of America...
Last week, in rating Dustin Pedroia 25th on the trade value list, I noted that he was “an elite player making a relative pittance for the next two seasons.” That is still true, but his relative pittance is going to grow substantially starting in 2015, as the Red Sox have agreed to sign Pedroia to a long term contract that will keep him in Boston through 2021.
As Rob Bradford...
The Boston Red Sox and second baseman Dustin Pedroia are in
agreement on a seven-year, $100 million deal, according to Red Sox
beat writer Rob Bradford.
It's rare these days in Major League Baseball to see a player end his career with the team he was drafted by or even signed as an undrafted or international player.
Two guys come to the top of my head. Todd Helton of the Colorado Rockies and Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees. I'm sure there are more out there but those are the two that came to me.
BOSTON – Dustin Pedroia will remain in Boston for the foreseeable future, but there’s still some uncertainty surrounding one of the team’s other stars.
Jacoby Ellsbury, who has turned his year around following a slow start, is slated to become a free agent after this season. And while there’s certainly a possibility that Ellsbury will follow in Pedroia’s footsteps and sign...
This is NOT Dustin Pedroia
Yesterday, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia officially signed an 8-year, $110 million contract extension. Immediately following the pen hitting paper, all of Red Sox Nation had a spontaneous mental dance party.
The reason is simple: It looks as though Pedroia will be a Red Sox for life, and that's a great thing...
Dustin Pedroia will remain in Boston for the foreseeable future, but there's still some uncertainty surrounding one of the team's other stars.
Jacoby Ellsbury, who has turned his year around following a slow start, is slated to become a free agent after this season. And while there's certainly a possibility that Ellsbury will follow in Pedroia's footsteps and sign...
In what has been the worst kept secret in baseball, the Boston Red Sox finally signed second-baseman Dustin Pedroia to a contract extension. The deal, the first $100 million contract for a second-baseman in the history of baseball, keeps Pedroia in a Red Sox uniform until he is thirty-eight years old.
All things considering, the deal is fair. At a position where high-levels of offensive...