Pedey, Yoenis And JBJ Are Gold Glove Finalists

Three Red Sox players are finalists in 2014 Gold Glove voting. Dustin Pedroia (2B), Yoenis Cespedes (LF) and Jackie Bradley, Jr. (CF) are among the three finalists at their respective positions. Pedroia will be up against Robinson Cano and Ian Kinsler. Cespedes will contend with Alex Gordon and Michael Brantley. Bradley will vie with Adam Jones and Adam Eaton. The winners will be...
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Jake Peavy Reflects On Red Sox-Giants Trade, Cherishes 2013 Boston Bond

Jake Peavy has the Boston Red Sox’s 2013 World Series victory in his back pocket. Peavy told The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo over the weekend that several members of the Red Sox’s 2013 team still have a text message thread going, with Dustin Pedroia even checking in since the pitcher was traded to the San Francisco Giants in July. As the Giants prepare for their World Series...
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Dustin Pedroia: Giants Second Baseman Joe Panik ‘A Winning Player’

Dustin Pedroia is impressed. The Boston Red Sox second baseman has been keeping tabs on the Major League Baseball postseason while recovering from thumb/wrist surgery at his California home. San Francisco Giants second baseman Joe Panik has caught Pedroia’s eye. “He’s a winning player,” Pedroia recently told The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo. “He’s young. He’s going...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Three Red Sox Pace Saguaros In Arizona

Rusney Castillo, Deven Marrero and Sean Coyle led the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League to a 14-3 romping of Mesa. The trio combined for five hits and six runs—and all three stole a base. Coyle (the team's #14 prospect)—like Mookie Betts—is blocked by Dustin Pedroia at his natural 2B position. Coyle is hitting .429 in the early going, while Castillo and Marrero...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

3 Reasons for Optimism in 2015

The Red Sox entered 2014 with high expectations following the World Series championship campaign of 2013. Those expectations were dashed during a disastrous season which saw the Red Sox finish under .500 for the second time in three years. Despite this underwhelming performance, there are reasons to be optimistic for next year. Here are three reasons why the Red Sox should be competitive...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Second Base Outlook: Trading Dustin Pedroia An Outlandish Idea

Should we even bother? Second base has been Dustin Pedroia’s domain since 2006. The Boston Red Sox have achieved considerable success in that span. The 31-year-old is locked up through 2021 and remains a franchise cornerstone, so there really isn’t much to discuss when it comes to the position. That being said, there have been a few cries for the Red Sox to consider trading Pedroia...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

A Grade Of C For The Sox Infield

Mike DavisContributing WriterThe Boston Red Sox infield has not been solid at all this season due to struggling offense and injuries.  Dustin Pedroia had a hand injury and could not put up the numbers that he is capable of.  He could not play for the last month of the season and that really hurt the Red Sox infield because they had no solid production. Mike Napoli hurt his finger...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

The player who wanted to become Derek Jeter

Dustin Pedroia made his first all-star team in 2008. The year the all-star game was taking place in New York at Yankee Stadium. There was a lot going on for Pedroia at this game. He had his priorities in place. On the top of the list? Meet Derek Jeter and pick his brain.Pedey has been a key player to the Sox recently and hopefully will be for a long timeSource: http://bigstory.ap...
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Dining Playbook: Red Sox Talk About Their Favorite Foods

Dustin Pedroia, Brock Holt and some other members of the Boston Red Sox discussed the kinds of foods they most enjoy coming home to after a long day at the ballpark. Check it out in the video above.Filed under: Dining Playbook, NESN Video
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia: Derek Jeter Plays Hard, ‘Always Does The Right Thing’ (Video)

Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia knows a thing or two about playing against Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees, having played for Boston for his entire career. “You have to elevate your game to beat (the Yankees),” Pedroia said. “And you know coming in to every game that you play against the Yankees that you have to go through their best player to beat them...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia should be ready by Opening Day

John Wilcox/Boston HeraldConor Frederick (@C_Frederick1016)Contributing WriterRejoice, Red Sox fans. There's hope for the 2015 season. Sox 2nd baseman and unofficial captain Dustin Pedroia expects to be ready for Opening Day 2015, manager John Farrell told the Red Sox official website this morning. Farrell said that Pedey has full range of motion in his left thumb, and Pedroia...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox 2015 roster projection

Well I’m just going to come out and say it, this season sucked. But their's hope for next year, a lot of it. One key thing will be getting healthy. Players like Pedroia, Papi, Napoli, Craig, etc. were all players with nagging injuries that caused them to perform worse than expected. Another reason for hope is free agency. The Sox have a lot of money to spend and they need to...
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September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Brian Butterfield: Dustin Pedroia Is ‘Toughest Guy I’ve Ever Seen’

If there’s one man who appreciates what Dustin Pedroia brings to the Boston Red Sox, it’s Brian Butterfield. The Red Sox third base coach showered his second baseman in praise Wednesday, marveling at Pedroia’s consistency despite a seemingly constant stream of injuries. “He’s been playing with one hand for two years, and it’s amazing,” Butterfield told ESPN.com’s...
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September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Dustin Pedroia done for the year

When it rains it pours. As the Boston Red Sox wind down one of their worst seasons in franchise history — yes, even worse than the scrapheap team they put together in 2012 — more bad news hit as they lost their $110 million man in Dustin Pedroia for the remainder of the season. Pedroia, who had surgery on Thursday for a procedure doctors called a “first dorsal compartment release...
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September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Would You Trade Dustin Pedroia?

Dustin Pedroia being traded is not something that should seem like a crazy idea. From a baseball perspective, it actually makes sense.
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September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia’s Surgery Puts Him In Ideal Situation For Offseason (Video)

Although the Boston Red Sox’s 2013 World Series run was phenomenal, it did have one drawback: Dustin Pedroia couldn’t fully recover from thumb surgery during his shortened offseason. But now that the second baseman needed another surgery Thursday for a left hand/wrist injury he sustained during the team’s 2014 home opener, he’s actually in an ideal situation. Not only...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Mookie Betts To Play Second Base For Red Sox With Dustin Pedroia Out

Mookie Betts will return to the infield. Betts will play second base “fairly regularly” down the stretch with both Dustin Pedroia and Brock Holt sidelined, Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell told reporters before Thursday’s game against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium. Betts was drafted as a second baseman in 2011. He has spent the entire season learning the outfield...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox 2B Pedroia shut down after season-ending surgery on wrist

  Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia had season-ending surgery on his left wrist Thursday to repair a tendon, clean out scar tissue and reduce some inflammation. The surgery was performed by Dr. Matt Liebman at Newton-Wellesley Surgery Center near Boston. Red Sox manager John Farrell said before Thursday night's game in Kansas City that Pedroia should be 100 percent...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox Wise To Pull Plug On Second Baseman’s Season

Dustin Pedroia’s season is over. And it’s a good thing for the Boston Red Sox. That’s probably not a statement you expected to hear this year, especially when the Red Sox kicked off their World Series defense. But the reality of the situation is that the Sox aren’t going anywhere, Pedroia is banged up and Boston needs to ensure one of its franchise cornerstones is 100 percent...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox’s Dustin Pedroia Undergoes Successful Left Thumb/Wrist Surgery

Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia underwent successful left thumb/wrist surgery Thursday. Pedroia underwent a first dorsal compartment release and a tenosynovectomy of his left wrist, according to the Red Sox. The procedure was performed by Dr. Matt Leibman at Newton-Wellesley Surgery Center in Wellesley, Mass. Pedroia, whose 2014 season is over, is expected to make a...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox Injury Update: Dustin Pedroia to have surgery Thursday

The Red Sox will lose their second baseman for the rest of the season they learned on Thursday, as Dustin Pedroia will undergo season ending surgery on his left hand. This news isn't shocking, as it was reported earlier in the week that the Sox might shut down Pedroia for the year to make sure he can be healthy for next year.The 2008 AL MVP hasn't been himself all year,...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia Has Surgery Today; Season Over

Dustin Pedroia will have surgery today to repair damage in his left hand and wrist that has plagued him all season long. The second baseman's 2014 season is over. Said Manager John Farrell yesterday, "He's going to have a procedure done here tomorrow by Dr. Leibman in Boston that will address what he's dealing with right now. I don't know any more specifics that...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Dustin Pedroia to have season-ending surgery on left hand

Boston Red Sox shortstop Dustin Pedroia will have season-ending surgery on Thursday to repair his left hand and wrist. “Yeah he’s going to have a procedure done here tomorrow by Dr. [Matthew] Leibman in Boston that will address what he’s dealing with right now,” said Red Sox manager John Farrell on Wednesday. “I don’t know any more specifics than that, but there will...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Pedroia set for hand surgery; season over

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia will have surgery on Thursday to deal with soreness in his left hand and wrist that has been an issue much of the season. Manager John Farrell said after Wednesday afternoon's loss to the Baltimore Orioles that Pedroia will have a procedure performed by Dr. Matthew Leibman, the team's hand and wrist surgeon. "He's going to...
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September 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox’s Top Pick Michael Chavis: ‘It’s Pretty Fun Hitting At Fenway’

BOSTON — Michael Chavis could get used to this. Chavis, who was the Red Sox’s top pick in the 2014 Major League Baseball draft, stopped by Fenway Park on Tuesday to check out what someday could become his stomping grounds. The 19-year-old infielder participated in batting practice during his visit — a customary procedure for many top picks — and loved everything about it...
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September 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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