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The Red Sox need starting pitching help -- that's no secret. And in order to obtain it, the team could focus its attention on low-cost, veteran options, such as Freddy Garcia. In fact, the Sox have called about Garcia, according to the Boston Herald's Michael Silverman. Silverman said that Boston general manager Ben Cherington is seeking "buy-low" starting pitchers on the open market. The 35-year-old Garcia is coming off a season with the Yankees in which he 12-8 with a 3.62 ERA in 26 games (25 starts). Garcia, who was selected to two All-Star Games with the Mariners in 2001...
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