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KFFL Mar 29, 2014

Red Sox | Francisco Cordero released, four cut

The Boston Red Sox released RP Francisco Cordero. P Tom Layne, RP Brayan Villarreal, OF ...
KFFL Mar 29, 2014

Red Sox | Francisco Cordero not expected to accept assignment

Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said he does not believe RP Francisco Cordero ...
KFFL Mar 29, 2014

Red Sox | Francisco Cordero weighing options

Boston Red Sox RP Francisco Cordero has been told he will not make the Opening ...

Cordero: The comeback that fell short

FORT MYERS, Fla.—When Red Sox GM Ben Cherington and manager John Farrell spoke to Francisco Cordero Thursday and told him he had not made the team, they said there was a spot for him in Triple-A Pawtucket’s bullpen if he wanted it. Cordero appreciated the gesture, as much as he was grateful they’d even given him a chance this spring, but after 14 seasons in the big leagues, 329 career saves, and three All-Star teams, the decision is not an easy one for him to make.
Full Count | WEEI Mar 28, 2014

Francisco Cordero mulling possibility of minor league assignment with Red Sox

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Right-hander Francisco Cordero, who signed a minor league deal with the Red Sox after sitting out the 2013 season, said that he is currently considering the Red Sox’ offer of a bullpen spot in Triple-A Pawtucket after being informed that he will not make the big league team out of spring [...]
Over the Monster Mar 26, 2014

Daily Red Sox Links: Will Middlebrooks, Francisco Cordero, Jackie Bradley

Today's links look at who fills the final spot in the bullpen, where the Red Sox will be on April 1st, and an unheralded minor-league pitcher making a name for himself. Will Middlebrooks is feeling good about rebounding in 2014. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal) This spring, Francisco Cordero has proven that he is worth a longer look in the regular season, but do the Red Sox have room for him? (Troy Patterson; Yawkey Way Academy) Yesterday we saw Grady Sizemore take yet another step forward in his road back to the majors. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com) The Red Sox have a field trip...

Takeaways: Cordero, with a little help from his friend (Pedro)

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.—Takeaways one week away from the Red Sox boarding a plane to Baltimore, with seats at a premium for the handful of players still entertaining hopes of claiming a seat. That includes Francisco Cordero, the former lights-out closer whose career hit a wall in 2012 under John Farrell in Toronto but is now attempting a revival after being forced to sit out a year when he couldn’t wheedle a single invitation to camp from 30 teams.
The Republican Mar 21, 2014
Francisco Cordero ate six apples a day, lost two pant-sizes and is trying to find a spot in Red Sox bullpen

Francisco Cordero ate six apples a day, lost two pant-sizes and is trying to find a spot in Red Sox bullpen

The last 50 batters to face Cordero hit .511 with five doubles and four home runs. The former All-Star wants that to be forgotten.

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