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Dustin Pedroia Vital To Red Sox Success

Now that the calendar has officially turned to February, it’s time to start thinking about America’s Pastime. We’re just over two weeks out from pitchers and catchers reporting to Florida or Arizona to join their respective clubs, and with it comes the exhilaration of a new season. That is much of the same for the oft-hyped Boston Red Sox as they report to Fort Myers, Florida...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia wants to ‘beat other teams ten different ways’ in 2016

When Dustin Pedroia descended upon Foxwoods Resort Casino last year for Baseball Winter Weekend, the Boston Red Sox second baseman walked around with swagger, telling reporters he had been lifting all offseason in the hopes of regaining the power he lost in 2014. This year was a different story. Don’t worry. Pedroia still had his trademark confidence Saturday at the Red Sox’s...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Read Sox: Infielder Insights, Farrell’s Future and Pedroia’s Perception

Welcome back to Read Sox! For this week’s edition, we’ll look at the possibility that some of 2015’s disappointing players will rebound, John Farrell’s potential role in the upcoming season and optimism concerning projections and error bars. Going Deep As we look forward to the 2016 season, it goes without saying that the majority of us expect certain players to bounce...
Via BP Boston
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia Blocking Outside Noise: ‘My Play Will Speak For Itself’

Go ahead. Talk about this, that and the other thing. Dustin Pedroia doesn’t care. Pedroia has earned four Gold Glove awards in his 10-year career, yet several defensive metrics pointed to 2015 as a down year from a fielding perspective. The Boston Red Sox second baseman is blocking out the chatter related to such in-depth analysis, though. He’s instead looking at the situation...
27 days ago  |  Discuss

2016 player preview: Dustin Pedroia

Ian Vescera (@Ian_Vescera)Contributing WriterPhoto by Jim Rogash/Getty ImagesWell, it is officially that time of the offseason. The Red Sox are done making moves (or so it appears) and we are left to count down the days until the Red Sox report for Spring Training (43 to be exact). As a baseball writer, this is the worst time of year. There is not a whole heck of a lot to write about...
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January 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Roster Recap: Dustin Pedroia’s Power Returns, But So Do His Injuries

Welcome to BP Boston’s Roster Recap series! Over the next four months, we’ll be breaking down every player on Boston’s 40-man roster and many of their top prospects in order to provide a comprehensive overview of the Red Sox roster’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as what we can expect moving forward. There’s no better time than the offseason to review the best (there...
Via BP Boston
December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia – Cloudy Future

Dustin Pedroia’s future with the Red Sox is a cloudy one. The clouds are in the form of injuries and declining speed and power. Pedroia is the Sox de-facto captain. Since he arrived in 2007, he has lots of awards beside his name.: Rookie of Year (07), MVP (08), 6 league all-star selections and 4 gold gloves. His lifetime figures of .299/.365/.443 are among the best in recent Boston...
Via Fenway West
September 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia explains his first sac bunt in three years

By Ricky Doyle Dustin Pedroia dropped down a sacrifice bunt Monday against the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park. Seriously. Pedroia, who hadn’t had a sac bunt in nearly three years, pushed one up the first base line in the third inning of the Boston Red Sox’s 7-1 win. The bunt came amid a four-run inning for the Red Sox, who earned a victory after the umpires called the game...
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia on confidence after grand slam: 'Just watch'

By Ricky Doyle Dustin Pedroia channeled his inner Bruno Mars after Thursday’s Grapefruit League opener. Pedroia crushed a grand slam in the fourth inning of the Boston Red Sox’s 9-8 loss to the Minnesota Twins at the new-look Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, Fla. The second baseman left little doubt about his confidence level after the game when asked whether the blast was a...
March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

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