Found July 23, 2012 on NESN.com:
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The Red Sox could use all the pitching help they can get right now, and they've reportedly got their eyes on a pair of right-handers on South Beach. ESPN.com reports that the Red Sox have shown interest in Miami Marlins pitchers Josh Johnson and Anibal Sanchez. The club reportedly showed interest in Cubs right-hander Matt Garza, but according to the ESPN.com report, the club has cooled on him after he suffered an arm strain. Johnson is a two-time All-Star who, when healthy, is one of the better right-handers in the game. He features a fastball that can get into the...
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