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Boston Herald Nov 10, 2014
Buckley: Weight of Panda on Sox

Buckley: Weight of Panda on Sox

To begin my screaming-from-the-rooftops warning that it would be a horrible idea for the Red Sox to sign free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, let’s roll back the videotape to the night Prince Fielder was rolling around on the basepaths at Fenway Park.It was the sixth inning of Game 6 of the AL Championship Series between the Red Sox and Fielder’s Tigers. Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia gobbled up a Jhonny Peralta grounder, tagged out baserunner Victor Martinez and then gunned the ball to Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia because Fielder broke for the plate.
Rotoworld Nov 6, 2014

Dustin Pedroia (wrist) 'back to 100 percent' - Dustin Pedroia (2B) Boston Red Sox

Dustin Pedroia (wrist) said Wednesday that he is already back to 100 percent health.
KFFL Nov 6, 2014

Red Sox | Dustin Pedroia back to full health

Boston Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia (wrist) said he is feeling substantially better since having ...
Boston Herald Nov 6, 2014
Red Sox Notebook: Healthy Pedroia on hunt

Red Sox Notebook: Healthy Pedroia on hunt

The way Dustin Pedroia sees it, the 2015 season will be about one thing:Payback.Appearing on WEEI yesterday, the Red Sox second baseman opened up about his struggles with injury last season and declared himself “back to 100 percent.”“Now that it’s fixed, it’s night and day,” Pedroia said. “I can already tell. There’s a lot of IOUs to hand out to people, so I’m pretty excited about it.”

Pedroia postsurgery: 'Back to 100 percent'

BOSTON -- The day after winning his fourth Gold Glove, a jaunty Dustin Pedroia took to the airwaves Wednesday to pronounce himself “back to 100 percent” after September wrist surgery. “Now that it’s fixed, it’s night and day,” Pedroia said, in between bantering on WEEI with ex-Sox infielder Lou Merloni and former Patriots tight end Christian Fauria about the relative difficulty of baseball compared to other sports.
Fenway Nation Nov 5, 2014
Pedroia Honored By Arizona Fall League Tonight

Pedroia Honored By Arizona Fall League Tonight

Pedey Going Yard In 2007 World Series ()Red Sox second baseman—and newly minted 2014 Gold Glover—Dustin Pedroia will be honored tonight by the Arizona Fall League. Before tonight's game in Scottsdale between the Salt River Rafters and Scottsdale Scorpions (for whom The Muddy Chicken played), the league will induct Pedroia into the AFL Hall Of Fame. Pedroia also played locally for Arizona State. During the ceremony, Pedey will get a special gift from the Red Sox organization. Aside from Pedroia, only two other members of the AFL Hall are both MLB MVPs and Rookies of the Year—Albert...

Dustin Pedroia - "I feel great. I'm back to 100 percent." 11-5-14

Red Sox 2nd baseman Dustin Pedroia joined the show to talk about how his thumb has healed, his 4th Gold Glove, and the pressure he puts on himself to win.
Full Count | WEEI Nov 5, 2014

Dustin Pedroia on MFB: ‘There’s a lot of IOU’s to hand out to people’ next season

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia, who on Tuesday was named winner of his fourth Gold Glove, checked in with Middays with MFB on Wednesday morning and said he’s feeling substantially better since having surgery on his wrist. To hear the interview, go to the MFB audio on demand page. Pedroia had surgery on Sept. […]
Fenway Nation Nov 5, 2014
Muddy Chicken Wins Fourth Gold Glove Award

Muddy Chicken Wins Fourth Gold Glove Award

(Baltimore Sun)Dustin Pedroia won his second consecutive Gold Glove award—and fourth overall—as the best defensive second baseman in the American League. The Laser Show now owns the most infield Gold Gloves in Red Sox history. He is the fourth player in team history to possess at least four Gold Gloves—joining Dwight Evans (8), Carl Yastrzemski (7) and Fred Lynn (4). The Muddy Chicken garnered a .997 fielding percentage—the best ever by a Red Sox second sacker. Moreover, his .992 career mark is the best in baseball history at his position. Congratulations, Dustin!

Dustin Pedroia Says He Has a Lot of 'IOUs To Hand Out'

Dustin Pedroia sounds like he's getting ready for some big time payback next year when he attempts to rebound from an injury-plagued 2014 season.
Boston Herald Nov 5, 2014
Red Sox Notebook: Dustin Pedroia good as Gold again

Red Sox Notebook: Dustin Pedroia good as Gold again

Dustin Pedroia might not have had the offensive season he wanted, but he didn’t miss a beat defensively.The rest of baseball agreed, which is why Pedroia last night was awarded his fourth Gold Glove at second base. The lone Red Sox winner — left fielder Yoenis Cespedes and center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. were finalists — Pedroia became the first Red Sox player to win consecutive Gold Gloves since right fielder Dwight Evans won five straight (1981-85).

Butterfield: Pedroia most impactful defender in game

Nobody was more excited than Red Sox infield instructor Brian Butterfield over Dustin Pedroia winning his fourth Gold Glove, and second consecutive. “I really feel like he impacted his position more than anybody else has impacted any position in baseball,” Butterfield said by phone. “I think he’s the defensive player of the year. I think […]
Full Count | WEEI Nov 4, 2014

Dustin Pedroia wins fourth Gold Glove

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia won his fourth career Gold Glove as the top second baseman in the American League. Pedroia became the first Red Sox infielder ever to win as many as four Gold Gloves. He’d previously been tied for the franchise record of three with Frank Malzone and George Scott. He’s the […]
Over the Monster Nov 4, 2014

Dustin Pedroia wins fourth Gold Glove, Jackie Bradley loses out

The Red Sox second baseman now has the most infield Gold Gloves in franchise history. Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was named the American League Gold Glove winner at his position. The award win is Pedroia's fourth in his career. With the victory, Pedroia passed Frank Malzone and George Scott, who each won three Gold Gloves with the Red Sox. Pedroia is also the first Red Sox player to win a Gold Glove in consecutive season since Dwight Evans won five straight from 1981 to 1985, according to Red Sox' stat maven Jon Shestakofsky. Pedroia also joins Evans (eight Gold Gloves) Carl...
Bless You Boys Nov 4, 2014

Ian Kinsler, Miguel Cabrera, Alex Avila shut out of Gold Glove awards

Direct your wrath towards Dustin Pedroia, Eric Hosmer, and Salvador Perez, respectively. The Baseball Writers Association of American announced their 2014 Gold Glove winners tonight, and Ian Kinsler, Miguel Cabrera, and Alex Avila were shut out. The three Tigers were all named finalists last week, but only Kinsler was considered a legitimate shot to win. Kinsler lost out to four-time winner Dustin Pedroia, while Cabrera and Avila were bested by a pair of Kansas City Royals: Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez. Hosmer's Gold Glove is the first of his career, while Perez won his second consecutive...

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