Found March 31, 2013 on Ted's Army:
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. “They cleared me after all that, and I’ve been going at it like any other year,” he said Saturday. “I feel great.” Napoli will get an MRI every three months to determine whether the condition — avascular necrosis — has advanced. “That’s really it,” he said. “I’ll just go one day at a time. I’ll play as much as they want me to play. I’m taking care of my body and I’ll go from there. “Going into it, it felt like there was nothing wrong. But hearing everybody talk about it, they kind of put it in my head that there was something wrong. But once I got out there and starting running around, I let it go. “I just play the game and play hard. Just play.” Globe: With concerns behind him, Mike Napoli ready for Red Sox season to start I have to make today's dump short and sweet. Good for you, Mike, I hope your hips don't break down in 3 months. On Page 2, Sox officially release Sweeney. Ryan Sweeney, who was told Thursday he would not make the 25-man roster, requested his release and was granted it. The Red Sox had offered him a spot with Triple A Pawtucket. Sweeney is trying to catch on with another team. Globe: Red Sox release Sweeney; Maier reassigned It’s too bad it didn’t work out with Sweeney. He has the stature of a big time player, with the numbers of Jerry Remy. That may be too generous. Happy Easter! Related: ESPN Boston: Sox grant Sweeney his release | WEEI: Red Sox release Ryan Sweeney, Mitch Maier accepts minor league assignment The rest of the links: Globe: Doubront pitches 5 scoreless for Red Sox | Red Sox trying to change culture, added character | Herald: Buckley: John Farrell next in line? | UP 'N' adam | John Farrell positive as camp ends |  Roster expected to include Bradley | WEEI: GM Ben Cherington: Red Sox farm system deepest he's seen | Ryan Sweeney, who was told Thursday he would not make the 25-man roster, requested his release and was granted it. The Red Sox had offered him a spot with Triple A Pawtucket. Sweeney is trying to catch on with another team. - See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2013/03/red_sox_release_3.html?camp=rss:redsox&dlvrit=833096#sthash.QYCdU8Qg.dpuf Ryan Sweeney, who was told Thursday he would not make the 25-man roster, requested his release and was granted it. The Red Sox had offered him a spot with Triple A Pawtucket. Sweeney is trying to catch on with another team. - See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2013/03/red_sox_release_3.html?camp=rss:redsox&dlvrit=833096#sthash.QYCdU8Qg.dpuf Ryan Sweeney, who was told Thursday he would not make the 25-man roster, requested his release and was granted it. The Red Sox had offered him a spot with Triple A Pawtucket. Sweeney is trying to catch on with another team. - See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2013/03/red_sox_release_3.html?camp=rss:redsox&dlvrit=833096#sthash.QYCdU8Qg.dpuf Ryan Sweeney, who was told Thursday he would not make the 25-man roster, requested his release and was granted it. The Red Sox had offered him a spot with Triple A Pawtucket. Sweeney is trying to catch on with another team. - See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2013/03/red_sox_release_3.html?camp=rss:redsox&dlvrit=833096#sthash.QYCdU8Qg.dpuf
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