Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

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    Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

    Reason number 7846 that baseball does not always make sense.

    Marlon Byrd 

    2013:     285   330   518   

    Any other great years, anyone can remember by a DFAd Sox?

     
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    Re: Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

    In response to tom-uk's comment:

    Reason number 7846 that baseball does not always make sense.

    Marlon Byrd 

    2013:     285   330   518   

    Any other great years, anyone can remember by a DFAd Sox?

    I thought that he played for the Celtics ???


     
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    Re: Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

    Pitcher Miguel Gonzalez was released by the Sox in 2011.  He had a solid rookie season for Baltimore last year.  9-4, 3.25 ERA in 105.1 IP.

     
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    Re: Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

    In response to tom-uk's comment:

    Reason number 7846 that baseball does not always make sense.

    Marlon Byrd 

    2013:     285   330   518   

    Any other great years, anyone can remember by a DFAd Sox?



    By season's end Loney's name may come up in this conversation.

     
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    Re: Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

    Carlos Pena 

     
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    Re: Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

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    Carlos Pena 



    Yeah, that was my first thought.

     
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    Re: Best season by a released Sox? Byrd?

    The guy did have three .800 plus seasons in a row at ages 29, 30, & 31, but having his career high season at age 35 is an eye-opener.

    Sox4ever

     

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