10:18 PM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014
The Republican Oct 15, 2014

Stock Watch: Dustin Pedroia's power decline alarming, but Red Sox second baseman far from finished

Bring your outfielders in, because injured or not, Pedroia looked like he was swinging fiberboard bats in 2014.

Red Sox offseason primer: Second base

BOSTON -- The trainers know. So do the manager, general manager, owners, teammates and presumably his wife, Kelli. Somehow, Dustin Pedroia swears them all to secrecy. If he won't tell you he's hurt, they sure as hell won't, either. That has been an operating principle ever since Pedroia first strutted into the Boston Red Sox clubhouse in 2006, and there have been rare deviations since. Pedroia was ticked off a year ago last May when the Boston Herald first got wind that his thumb injury was serious, and the closest he came to admitting that his wrist injury this spring was an ongoing issue...
Over the Monster Sep 26, 2014
Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Christian Vazquez, Derek Jeter

Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Christian Vazquez, Derek Jeter

Today's links look at Dustin Pedroia's and Boston's Derek Jeter obsession, and what the future may hold for Christian Vazquez. Dustin Pedroia's favorite Yankee. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) Speaking of which, here's what the Sox have planned for Derek Jeter's last few games. (Steve Silva; Boston.com) And speaking of speaking of Jeter, here's a piece on Nomar Garciparra. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal) With the season all but over, here are some notes on two-year-old trades, Grady Sizemore vs. Matt Kemp and some guy named Markus Lynn. (Christopher L. Gasper; Boston Globe) How valuable can...
Boston Herald Sep 24, 2014
Red Sox welcome back Dustin Pedroia

Red Sox welcome back Dustin Pedroia

This is all you need to know about how well-regarded Dustin Pedroia remains at the highest levels of the Red Sox organization: When team president Larry Lucchino corralled a bounced ceremonial first pitch from his brother before a game last week in Pittsburgh, he wore a gray road jersey with the second baseman’s surname and No. 15 stitched to the back.
The Republican Sep 23, 2014

Dustin Pedroia progressing quickly after hand surgery, expects to have normal off-season

The Boston Red Sox are optimistic that the surgery took care of the lingering pain Pedroia had been dealing with for most of the season.
KFFL Sep 23, 2014

Red Sox | Dustin Pedroia gaining range of motion

Boston Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia (thumb) has already regained good range of motion in ...
Over the Monster Sep 23, 2014
Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Will Middlebrooks

Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Will Middlebrooks

Today's links look at how to find the next Papi, why the Sox need to keep Pedroia and why they will be holding on to Will Middlebrooks. Is Dustin Pedroia a cornerstone or a trade chip? (Rob Bradford; WEEI) What can the Red Sox learn from the Orioles? (Tim Britton; Providence Journal) Where could we even find another David Ortiz? (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald) How do old Cuban stars feel about defectors? (Stan Grossfeld; Boston Globe) Why aren't the Red Sox giving up on Will Middlebrooks? (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe) Would you like to see what Red Sox rookies look like in Halloween...

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