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Dustin Pedroia Getting Back To Hitting Basics, Aims To Regain MVP Form

Dustin Pedroia is enjoying one of the best starts of his career, batting .333 with three home runs, 12 RBIs, six doubles and a triple through 20 games. His 30 hits also lead the majors entering Thursday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves. If his offseason adjustments weren’t obvious before Wednesday’s game, his performance made things abundantly clear: 3 for 5, two homes...
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Dustin Pedroia once again showing he is spark that ignites Red Sox

The last couple of years couldn’t have been fun for Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia. Suffering through a litany of medical issues, it was clear that when Pedroia was in the lineup, those injuries hampered his performance. Now, Pedroia is healthy for the first time in three years. His play on the field has benefited as a result, and Red Sox Nation is no doubt thrilled...
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Game 21 Recap: Red Sox 9, Braves 4

Yeah. It was that kind of game. Top Play (WPA) Just like it was last night with Travis Shaw’s dinger, Dustin Pedroia’s ringing grand slam off Pesky’s Pole was the big highlight play in this one, and WPA agreed, giving it a game-high .126 mark. The Red Sox must’ve decided that they didn’t score enough runs in the first inning – they only had two, sad! – so they...
Via BP Boston
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'Pedey-Palooza' Breaks Out At Fenway, Red Sox Romp, 9-4

Tonight's 'Dirty Water' At Fenway (FenwayNation Photo)Dustin Pedroia continued his hot hitting at Fenway tonight (5 RBIs)—clobbering a grand slam, solo HR and a single—to power Boston past Atlanta, 9-4. Also on the 'hit parade' was David Ortiz—who laced three doubles and knocked in two. Travis Shaw and Hanley Ramirez also had RBIs for The Carmine Hose—who are lighting up...
Via FenwayNation
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Pedroia slices slam, solo HR in grand win

Dustin Pedroia laced two homers, including a grand slam high off of Pesky's Pole in right field, to lead the Red Sox to a 9-4 victory over the Braves on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
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Pedroia hits slam and solo HR, Red Sox beat Braves 9-4

BOSTON (AP) Dustin Pedroia had a grand slam and a solo homer, David Ortiz passed two Hall of Fame Red Sox on the extra-base hits list and Boston beat Atlanta 9-4 on Wednesday night even as the Braves ended their 15-game homerless stretch. The Red Sox won their fourth straight and third against the Braves, the first two coming at Turner Field. The 40-year-old Ortiz had three doubles...
Via Associated Press
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DraftKings: Dustin Pedroia, Jose Fernandez Among Tom Caron’s Value Picks

Early signs point to another terrific season from Dustin Pedroia, which means he should probably be in your DraftKings daily fantasy baseball lineups, according to Tom Caron. Pedroia will dig in against Baltimore Orioles pitcher Mike Wright, who owned a 6.04 ERA in 12 games last season. Part of those struggles came against Pedroia himself, who took Wright deep in one of his two at...
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DraftKings: Dustin Pedroia, Max Scherzer Among Tom Caron’s Best Value Picks

On Monday, the Boston Red Sox welcome fans to Fenway Park for the first time in 2016 when they take on the Cleveland Indians, and Dustin Pedroia is bound to be in the spotlight. As he does all season, NESN’s Tom Caron brings fans his value picks on DraftKings. Caron cites Pedroia’s fine start at the plate and his relative success against Indians starter Yovani Gallardo as reason...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Mookie Betts Is Dustin Pedroia All Over Again

A little more than a decade ago, an undersized, often-overlooked second baseman climbed the ranks through the minor leagues and made his debut in Boston, peppering line drives off the Green Monster in Fenway Park’s left field while capturing the hearts of Red Sox fans with his aggressive and well-rounded style of play. After 10 years of Dustin Pedroia, watching Mookie Betts burst...
Via Fangraphs
22 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...
January 26, 2016  |  Discuss

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