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Boston Herald Oct 2, 2015
Lauber: Regime change turning point for Sox

Lauber: Regime change turning point for Sox

NEW YORK — It was the top of the eighth inning Aug. 18 at Fenway Park. Eduardo Rodriguez was on the mound, nearing the end of the longest outing of his rookie season, and the Red Sox were cruising toward a 9-1 thumping of the Cleveland Indians.And that’s when it happened.“(Second baseman Dustin) Pedroia came out (of the clubhouse) and said something,” pitcher Clay Buchholz recalled yesterday. “That’s how we all found out.”
The Republican Oct 1, 2015
Boston Red Sox lineup shuffle: Jackie Bradley moved up to two-hole with Dustin Pedroia day off

Boston Red Sox lineup shuffle: Jackie Bradley moved up to two-hole with Dustin Pedroia day off

After 60 games in the bottom two spots in the lineup, the Red Sox moved Jackie Bradley Jr. up to the two-hole.
Full Count | WEEI Sep 26, 2015

Red Sox lineup: David Ortiz out, Dustin Pedroia DH in bullpen game vs. Orioles

A night after hitting three doubles, David Ortiz will get Saturday off in Game 2 of a weekend series against the Orioles. The Red Sox won in dramatic fashion Friday night when Rich Hill tossed a complete game, two-hit shutout. Dustin Pedroia will be the designated hitter in his place as the Sox go up […]
Fenway Nation Sep 21, 2015

Red Sox Take Advantage Of Three Jay Errors, Win, 4-3

()The Red Sox took a road series from the first-place Blue Jays with a 4-3 win on Sunday. Taking advantage of three Toronto miscues, Boston also put together a 10-hit attack—including three from 1B Travis Shaw (who also had two RBIs). Veteran starter Rich Hill got the win—going seven innings and giving up just three earned runs. The lefty struck out ten and walked none for his first win since 2009. Dustin Pedroia and Xander Bogaerts also had multiple-hit games.
Full Count | WEEI Sep 19, 2015

Red Sox lineup: Dustin Pedroia returns, Mookie Betts in right field again

With the Red Sox continuing to manage Dustin Pedroia‘s return from his hamstring injury, the second baseman returns to the lineup against the Blue Jays a day after sitting out the series opener. As scheduled, Mookie Betts will once again be back in right field, with Jackie Bradley Jr. manning center field. Here is the […]
Boston Herald Sep 19, 2015
Lauber: Age-old concerns for Dustin Pedroia

Lauber: Age-old concerns for Dustin Pedroia

TORONTO — There was a time, not too long ago, when nervous flyer Dustin Pedroia would’ve brought down the Red Sox’ plane before he agreed to sit out a game, especially coming off a two-homer night.Not anymore.Like everyone else, Pedroia knows he isn’t a kid anymore. He turned 32 last month, an age at which he can no longer claim to be in his prime, and he recently took two turns on the disabled list and missed a total of 57 games to recover from a right hamstring strain.
Boston Herald Sep 17, 2015
Red Sox notebook: Dustin Pedroia's power returns

Red Sox notebook: Dustin Pedroia's power returns

BALTIMORE — He has no chance of playing in 100 games this year and will have averaged about 126 games per season over the last six years, but when Dustin Pedroia is healthy the Red Sox still know what to expect.The 32-year-old’s impressive return from a hamstring injury continued last night when he added two more home runs and five RBI in the Red Sox’ 10-1 win over the Orioles.Just like that, Pedroia’s power numbers have returned to that of his MVP-caliber seasons.

Dustin Pedroia Player of the Game Interview 09-16-15

Joe and Dave talk with Dustin Pedroia after his two home run game that propelled the Red Sox 10-1 over the Orioles. Dustin also talks about the great performance they saw from Henry Owens on the mound tonight.
The Republican Sep 16, 2015

Dustin Pedroia, Henry Owens power Boston Red Sox to 10-1 win over Baltimore Orioles

Henry Owens pitched a gem and Dustin Pedroia clubbed two home runs in Boston's win.
Full Count | WEEI Sep 16, 2015

Dustin Pedroia puts pressure on Arizona State admissions, Orioles pitchers

BALTIMORE — Dustin Pedroia is feeling good about himself, and his alma mater. Thanks to a smooth double play with Red Sox shortstop Deven Marrero, Pedroia got a chance to put the pair’s alma mater — Arizona State University – on a pedestal it might not have been on prior to the Red Sox’ 10-1 […]
Over the Monster Sep 16, 2015

Red Sox 10, Orioles 1: Sox salvage a win in a big way

The Sox lost the series, but they won their one game by a mile. The Red Sox may not have won this series against Baltimore, but after a 10-1 rout in the final game, they'll leave with six more runs scored than allowed. If only the Sox could swap the pitching or hitting from Tuesday night with this, they'd be tied with the Orioles right now in the standings. Instead, after two close losses, they have one big win, as Henry Owens came through with better than seven scoreless innings, and Dustin Pedroia went deep twice in support. Henry Owens has been in need of a game like this one. Over his...
MASN Sports Sep 16, 2015

Dustin Pedroia homers twice as Boston avoids sweep, beats Orioles - Steve Melewski

For the Orioles, this game did not start well when Boston took a 1-0 lead in the second. And then it got worse. Dustin Pedroia hit a two-run homer in the third and added a three-run homer in the fourth...
Full Count | WEEI Sep 15, 2015

Dustin Pedroia returns to lineup as Red Sox face Orioles with Joe Kelly seeking ninth straight win

The Red Sox haven’t lost two straight since the first two days of September, and they’ll look to extend that streak on Tuesday when they face the Orioles in Baltimore. Second baseman Dustin Pedroia returns to the starting lineup after a day off. Since rejoining the team on Sept. 8 following a hamstring injury, Pedroia […]
Fenway Nation Sep 13, 2015

Rusney And Hill Pace Red Sox To 2-0 Extra-Inning Win

()Rusney Castillo knocked in two runs in the 13th inning and Rich Hill returned to the majors with a solid start to pace Boston to a 2-0 win over Tampa. Hill allowed just one infield single in seven innings in his first start since 2009. The lefty struck out 10 and walked just one. Mookie Betts extended his hitting streak to 18 games—needing just 39 more to break the all-time mark set by some Yankee guy. Castillo's winning single was his third hit of the day—and he was joined in the multiple-hit parade by Betts (3), Dustin Pedroia (2), Xander Bogaerts (2), and Devin Marrero (2).

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