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In Mueller's corner

Nixon hopes his teammate stays

By Gordon Edes and Chris Snow
Globe Staff / July 29, 2005

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Red Sox outfielder Trot Nixon doesn't want anyone to confuse his feelings for Bill Mueller with the regard he has for the Sox front office. He appreciates and respects the moves general manager Theo Epstein has made to build a championship team in Boston. That said, Nixon still hopes Epstein is not planning to trade third baseman Mueller to the ... (Full article: 845 words)

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