Found July 23, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

The Boston Red Sox and All-Star second baseman Dustin Pedroia have agreed to a seven-year contract extension worth approximately $100 million, according to According to the report, the new deal will begin after the 2014 season and run through 2021 and carries a full no-

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De-Coding The Great Clay Buchholz Conundrum

Conflicting comments, conflicting claims, conflicting time frames—those are the basic elements that make up The Great Clay Buchholz Conundrum of 2013. What the heck is the truth? On the one hand, it appears pretty evident that every medical expert from Dr. James Andrews to Doogie Howser, M.D. (who may actually be on the Red Sox medical staff) says Buchholz is physically OK. Except...

Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia agree on extension

The Boston Red Sox and second-basemen Dustin Pedroia have agreed in principle on a long-term contract extension. The deal begins in 2015, and will run through his age [...]

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BOSTON – Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox have crossed T’s and dotted I’s, but no “C” ever factored into the equation. The Red Sox announced Wednesday that they have signed Pedroia to an eight-year contract extension that will take the second baseman through the 2021 season. But despite a deal that all but ensures Pedroia will spend his entire career in Boston, there will...

Dustin Pedroia Isn’t Ruling Out ‘Growth Spurt’ or Playing Beyond New Lengthy Contract, Says ‘I Feel Good, Dude’

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...

David Ortiz interrupts conference to give Dustin Pedroia second base (Video)

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Buchholz could be out another month

Clay Buchholz received positive news about the health of his shoulder when he visited Dr. James Andrews on Monday. But just how positive depends on who is interpreting the report. Buchholz indicated on Tuesday that he doesn’t expect to be ready to pitch in a major league game until late August or early September. “I definitely have a strain in there,” Buchholz said. “The...

Dustin Pedroia Signs Seven-Year, $100 Million Extension with Red Sox

Dustin Pedroia will be sticking around Boston for quite a while. Rob Bradford of WEEI is reporting that Pedroia and the Red Sox have agreed to a seven-year $100 million dollar contract. The contract will keep Pedroia in Beantown untill 2021. Pedroia will be 37 when it is finished. The contract also contains a full no-trade clause. Pedroia and Red Sox have agreed in principle on extension...

Doctor clears Clay Buchholz to pitch

Red Sox righthander Clay Buchholz was in Gulf Breeze, Fla., today to meet with Dr. James Andrews. The verdict? Dr. Andrews agrees with the Red Sox that Buchholz has only inflammation in the bursa sac of his shoulder and can pitch without fear of further injury. “Clay comes back, I think, with a little bit more peace of mind and he’ll continue on the throwing program that’s...

Are the Sox making Buchholz look bad?

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Tito talks Pedroia, takes friendly jab at second baseman

Dustin Pedroia will get to dirty up many more Red Sox uniforms with his eight-year deal. (Photo courtesy of Ben Whitehead Contributing Writer 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...

Pedroia Agrees to 7-Year/$100 M. Extension

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.’s Rob Bradford was the first to report the news, and that was later confirmed by USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. Pedroia will reportedly...

Red Sox, Dustin Pedroia agree to 7 year, 100 million extension

The Red Sox have locked up their star second basemen for a long time. The Red Sox had been reportedly talking to Pedroia about an extension, but it didn't appear that anything was close. Well, a deal has been agreed to and it assures that Dustin Pedroia will be a member of the Red Sox for a long, long time. The Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia agreed to a deal in principle that...

From the "stuff you've heard before" files

Clay Buchholz spoke to reporters Tuesday, the first time the Red Sox pitcher has done so since he visited Dr. James Andrew recently in Florida to seek a second opinion on his injured shoulder. The gist of the discussion should sound familiar to Sox fans: There is currently no timetable set for the tall righthander's return to the rotation. Buchholz last pitched for the Red...

Dustin Pedroia Passes Physical, Will Speak to Media at 2:45 p.m. ET (Live Steam)

Dustin Pedroia will be with the Boston Red Sox for quite a while. Pedroia, who signed a seven-year extension after passing a physical on Wednesday, is speaking with the Boston media at 2:45 p.m. ET at Fenway Park on Wednesday afternoon. Check out’s live stream below. Filed under: Boston Red Sox, NESN Staff, Video

An open letter to Clay Buchholz from Red Sox Nation

The Guru Contributing Writer It’s been 46 days since Clay Buchholz last pitched in a game and it doesn't look like he's going to be on the mound anytime soon. The Red Sox All-Star pitcher has been diagnosed with shoulder inflammation and said he won't pitch until he is 100%. Meanwhile, the Sox continue to fight to hold onto first place in the AL East. Red Sox Life...
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