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March 10 Update
Dustin Pedroia is back in live action for the first time since May of 2018. It will be very interesting to see how the infield shapes up if Pedroia is eventually cleared for full and complete everyday use. The veteran certainly understands the talent level on the team and his place in team history and current phase of his career. Look for him to slide into a role that is appropriate.
The Red Sox have to whittle down their catchers and find a home for Blake Swihart perhaps via trade. Steven Wright popped positive for PEDs and the team is not happy about it. That certainly hurts pitching depth And he already missed most of 2018.
Pedroia Very Active, Still No Kimbrel
Craig Kimbrel has apparently said he is willing to sit out the entire year. It's probably just a negotiating ploy, but either way he remains unsiged as of right now.
Dustin Pedroia has been participating in all workouts to this point as he tries to recover from major knee problems over the last few years.
2019 Spring Training
Post workout ✍️ pic.twitter.com/MBAu13KPys— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) February 15, 2019
The Red Sox are starting to arrive in Florida for Spring Training 2019. Coming off a World Series Championship the team is locked and loaded for another great season filled with excitement. Mookie Betts is already down at the facility getting ready for another huge season.
The biggest question that remains we suppose is Craig Kimbrel and the closer position in general. Kimbrel has yet to sign a new contract with any MLB team and remains a free agent. The same is true of other players such as Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. Teams are taking a cautious approach to middle aged players demanding outrageous salaries for very length terms.
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