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Not even Grady Sizemore knows what the Red Sox will get from him this year

A five-tool star during his days in Cleveland, Grady Sizemore hopes to make a successful comeback with the Sox.
A five-tool star during his days in Cleveland, Grady Sizemore hopes to make a successful comeback with the Sox. 2011 file/amy sancetta/associated press

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FORT MYERS, Fla. — What can we expect from Grady Sizemore?

Not even Grady Sizemore knows for sure.

Sizemore, 31, has missed two seasons and parts of the last four with a variety of knee and back injuries that have left the former five-tool player, two-time Gold Glove winner, and three-time All-Star, wondering just how good he still is.

“Just come in and see where I’m at,” said Sizemore, who will wear No. 38 in his comeback attempt. Sizemore spent more than five hours at the Red Sox complex at Jet Blue Park Sunday morning working mostly with coordinator of sports medicine Dan Dyrek.

“I’m happy to be healthy,” Sizemore said. “I’m good to go. I’m moving around good. I look forward to getting out there.”

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