8:12 AM EDT, Sat April 19, 2014

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8 hours ago
Daniel Nava went 1-for-5 with a double and a run scored in Friday's loss to the Orioles.
Rotoworld 8 hours ago

Nava doubles in loss to Orioles - Daniel Nava (OF) Boston Red Sox

Daniel Nava went 1-for-5 with a double and a run scored in Friday's loss to the Orioles.

Sox lineup: Pedroia in, Napoli out

As the Red Sox and White Sox play Game 2 of their series in Chicago, Dustin Pedroia (sore wrist) is back in the lineup, getting his first start since Saturday. Meanwhile, Mike Napoli will sit out with a dislocated finger, and Daniel Nava will take his place at first base. Here's the Sox lineup: 1. Dustin Pedroia 2B 2. Xander Bogaerts SS 3. David Ortiz DH 4. Jonny Gomes RF 5. Grady Sizemore LF 6. A.J. Pierzynski C 7. Daniel Nava 1B 8. Ryan Roberts 3B 9.
Full Count | WEEI Apr 16, 2014

Red Sox lineup: Dustin Pedroia leading off; Daniel Nava starts at first base

With left-hander John Danks on the mound for the White Sox, the Red Sox send out a lineup with Dustin Pedroia hitting leadoff. It’s Pedroia’s first start since Saturday (due to a sore left wrist), with the second baseman having pinch-run for Mike Napoli Tuesday night. With Napoli out of the lineup, Daniel Nava gets [...]
The Republican Apr 15, 2014

Boston Red Sox have reasons to believe in Daniel Nava

Nava may be hitting .140 through his first 11 games this season, but he had similar slumps in 2013 and still put together a terrific season.
The Republican Apr 10, 2014

Jackie Bradley Jr takes over in center field, Red Sox shuffle lineup in attempt to get Daniel Nava going

Daniel Nava was moved down to fifth after striking out looking three times for the first time in his career on Wednesday.
KFFL Apr 9, 2014

Red Sox | Freefall continues for Daniel Nava

Boston Red Sox OF Daniel Nava, playing in his first game since being dropped from ...
KFFL Apr 9, 2014

Red Sox | Daniel Nava demoted from leadoff spot

Boston Red Sox OF Daniel Nava has been moved out of the leadoff spot due ...
Fenway Nation Apr 7, 2014

Loss Of Middlebrooks And Victorino Taking Toll

Poor 'Nava'-GationWill Middlebrooks and Shane Victorino are disproportionately important to the success of the 2014 Sox. Middlebrooks was just starting to heat up as another right-handed power bat in the order (beyond Mike Napoli, PRONOUNCED: Na-POLE-ee). Victorino's right-field defense is essential (especially in Fenway) and he is also someone who can jump-start the top the of line-up. Missing both is a serious problem. Daniel Nava's misplays in right and his lack of lead-off prowess is clearly hurting, and now—without Middlebrooks—there is far less punch in the line-up. The result?...
Boston Herald Apr 7, 2014
Daniel Nava, mates left with nothing

Daniel Nava, mates left with nothing

Daniel Nava’s day was a microcosm of what happened to the Red Sox offense over the past three games.Leading off the first inning, Nava scorched a ball down the third base line only to see Mark Reynolds extend as far as he could go and throw across the diamond for an out. Two innings later, he hit one right on the button back up the middle, but pitcher Yovani Gallardo defended himself and caught the ball in the process.Two hard-hit balls with nothing to show for them is how Nava’s day started, and it’s how the Red Sox day went.
Boston Globe Apr 6, 2014

Sox’ Daniel Nava just goes where he’s needed

Even after the Red Sox’ extra inning loss, Daniel Nava still didn’t have a complete handle on the list of injuries that forced the Sox to tweak their lineup at the last minute.    
KFFL Mar 31, 2014

Red Sox | Daniel Nava leading off

Boston Red Sox OF Daniel Nava is hitting leadoff Monday, March 31.
Boston Herald Mar 21, 2014
Borges: Daniel Nava’s in a new world

Borges: Daniel Nava’s in a new world

FORT MYERS — Daniel Nava is experiencing a first this spring. For once, he doesn’t have to climb uphill just to get to the dugout.Nava’s path from high school and college reject to World Series starter has been oft told, because it is a feel-good fairy tale. A tale about a young man’s love of baseball and his belief that somewhere inside his undersized body was a major league outfielder. For more than a decade, that faith kept him going, but now he’s finally here.

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