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Dustin Pedroia Rumors & News
- Bats: R
- Throws: R
- Height: 5' 9"
- Weight: 175
- Age 32
- Seasons: 10
- Salary: 12,642,511
- Birthplace: Woodland, California
- College: Arizona State
The Republican Aug 18, 2016
The Red Sox take on the Tigers in Detroit.
Fenway Nation Aug 18, 2016
No David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Travis Shaw, or Brock Holt for you! Here is the Red Sox lineup for today's matinee game against the Tigers—severely altered from its natural state by their 2AM arrival in The Motor City: Aaron Hill 3B, Xander Bogaerts SS, Mookie Betts RF, Hanley Ramirez 1B, Jackie Bradley Jr. CF, Sandy Leon DH, Bryan Holaday C, Deven Marrero 2B, Andrew Benintendi LF. Clay Buchholz will make another start today for The Carmine Hose.
Full Count | WEEI Aug 18, 2016
After getting a few hours of sleep, the Red Sox are back at it for an afternoon game with the Tigers. Given their travel schedule, the lineup resembles one from spring training, but they do get Hanley Ramirez back from the bereavement list. David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia both get the day off — at […]
Fenway Nation Aug 17, 2016
()Maybe we should call him 'The Sneaky Chicken' or 'The Fluorescent Show'. As he turns 33 today, Dustin Pedroia is having a 'quietly' dominant season—and, trust us, he doesn't usually do anything quietly. Through last night, Pedroia has played in 114 of the team's 118 games and is hitting .307—with an on-base percentage of .372. Recently, he comfortably plunked himself down in the lead-off spot—allowing MVP contender Mookie Betts to hit in the middle of the order. He has 12 HRs and 53 RBIs—to go along with a .451 slugging percentage and an .823 OPS. Most of these 2016 stats are above...
Over the Monster Aug 16, 2016
Today’s links look at the hugely important week ahead, Rick Porcello’s Cy Young chances, and Steven Wright’s hopeful return date. The coming week is a big one for the Red Sox’s hopes of making the postseason. (Nick Canelas; BP Boston) Rick Porcello continued his bounce-back season on Sunday. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal) Has his year been good enough to garner Cy Young attention, though? (Mark Volain; Masslive) He’s been somewhat overshadowed in this Red Sox lineup but it’s hard to overstate Dustin Pedroia’s value to the Red Sox. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) Note to...
Over the Monster Aug 15, 2016
After being absent from this for a couple years, it’s fun to be so nervous during August baseball games again. Yeah, that wasn’t nerve-wracking at all. Nope. Not one bit. This game started off looking a lot like many of the frustrating ones that came in the team’s post-All-Star Game run. They got a strong start from their starter, in this case Drew Pomeranz, but the offense couldn’t come through against a pitcher they should pound. The frustration started to creep in as early as the third, when Dustin Pedroia knocked a single with Travis Shaw on first. The latter was sent home...
Fenway Nation Aug 14, 2016
(AP Photo)If you're Dustin Pedroia and you collect five hits or Rick Porcello and you go seven strong innings, you think you'd be Star Of The Game. Not with Mookie Betts on the field! The Mook-Meister went 4-6, with three HRs and eight RBIs and four runs scored is a season-defining performance. Pedroia became the franchise leader in five-hit games (5) and Porcello gave up just one run for his 16th victory—but it was The Mookie Show all day long. Jackie Bradley, Jr. also had a HR and three RBIs, while Andrew Benintendi went 2-4 with an RBI. Hanley Ramirez got in on the fun with three hits...
Arizona Republic Aug 14, 2016
BOSTON — Mookie Betts hit three home runs and drove in a career-best eight runs and Dustin Pedroia collected five hits to power the Boston Red Sox to a 16-2 rout of the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday.
The Republican Aug 13, 2016
BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is pretty comfortable with his double play partner, Xander Bogaerts these days. Pedroia showed his comfort in the seventh inning of Saturday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks as he used a...
The Republican Aug 12, 2016
BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez looked more like a football player than a baseball player following Friday's 9-4 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks, a game in which Ramirez hit two three-run home runs in the first...
The Republican Aug 12, 2016
BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia left Friday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks following the second inning of play with flu-like symptoms. Pedroia, batting leadoff, reached on an error in the first inning and singled and scored...
Full Count | WEEI Aug 12, 2016
Mookie Betts is back in the lineup after getting the night off Thursday with some soreness in his right calf, but he is not returning to the leadoff spot, rather batting third in favor of Dustin Pedroia. Bryan Holaday will also get his second start as a member of the Red Sox, giving Sandy Leon a […]
The Republican Aug 10, 2016
BOSTON -- After averaging 3.6 runs over its last 13 games, the Red Sox lineup is ready for some changes. Prior to Boston's game against the Yankees Wednesday, the Red Sox rolled out a new-look order that features Dustin Pedroia...
The Republican Aug 10, 2016
Mookie Betts has been moved lower in the order with Dustin Pedroia leading off.
Full Count | WEEI Aug 10, 2016
The change has finally been made. After hinting at a switch for the past few days, Red Sox manager John Farrell switched things up at the top of his batting order, moving Dustin Pedroia into the leadoff spot and Mookie Betts to No. 3. Here is the Red Sox’ batting order against Yankees righty Nathan […]