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Over the Monster Mar 21, 2015

Red Sox vs. Pirates: Rusney Castillo returns to starting lineup

Rusney Castillo is ready to make his first official start of spring as the Red Sox take on the Pirates. Rusney Castillo made his return to game action Friday, going deep in his only at bat against the Orioles. Today, he's back in the starting lineup, but playing with the backups as the Red Sox hit the road against the Pirates. Boston Red Sox (9-8) Rusney Castillo, CF Daniel Nava, 1B Allen Craig, LF Garin Cecchini, DH Jemile Weeks, 3B Humberto Quintero, C Jackie Bradley Jr., RF Deven Marrero, SS Jeff Bianchi, 2B Starting Pitcher -- Wade Miley There's some interesting stuff going on here...
Over the Monster Mar 6, 2015

Red Sox vs. Marlins lineups: Starting outfielders play, Nava at first

The starting outfield is in action along with David Ortiz Friday night, with Daniel Nava getting a chance to show he can handle first. The Red Sox will welcome the Miami Marlins into JetBlue park Friday afternoon with a lineup featuring the starting outfield and David Ortiz: Red Sox (0-1) Mookie Betts, CF Brock Holt, SS David Ortiz, DH Hanley Ramirez, LF Shane Victorino, RF Daniel Nava, 1B Ryan Hanigan, C Garin Cecchini, 3B Jemile Weeks, 2B Starting Pitcher -- Justin Masterson Lest we forget, the Red Sox and Marlins now have some spring training history between them after last year's...
Fenway Nation Mar 1, 2015
'Nava-Gating' From Left Side Of The Plate Only

'Nava-Gating' From Left Side Of The Plate Only

Daniel NavaDaniel Nava is making a big change. In 2015, he will hit only from the left side of the plate—giving up years of switch-hitting. The decision comes on the advice of the coaching staff—which believes the outfielder can be much more productive is he learns how to hit left-handed pitching from the port-side of the plate. Will this move change his hitting mechanics much? Says Nava, "It's more the setup where I can see the ball. From the right side, you see with both your eyes, but from the left side, it's a little more challenging. If you're facing Andrew Miller, who's throwing...
Boston Herald Mar 1, 2015
Daniel Nava decides to flip switch

Daniel Nava decides to flip switch

FORT MYERS — Switch-hitting is a pretty nifty talent to have for any ballplayer.For Daniel Nava, nifty isn’t enough when the talent stops paying off.That’s exactly why this spring, he has stopped hitting from the right side and instead has gone all left, all the time.Right-handed pitcher, left-handed pitcher, doesn’t matter — Nava’s staying put in the left-handed hitter’s box.
Full Count | WEEI Feb 28, 2015

Daniel Nava still flirting with idea of not switch-hitting

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Thursday, the Red Sox let Daniel Nava hit left-handed against southpaw reliever Dana Eveland. Saturday, he was in a group that went against another lefty, Tommy Layne. It’s all part of the process. Where it ends up, Nava has no idea. But he figures this is a good a time as […]

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