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Renteria says he wanted out

He cites infield as problem area

By Chris Snow and Luis Andres Henao
Globe Correspondent / December 12, 2005

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Edgar Renteria last night acknowledged that he ''wanted out of Boston," but not because of the Boston fans (he called them ''more demanding" than those in St. Louis but said he came to appreciate it) or his comfort level with the American League (he said it was increasing). Rather, he cited the Fenway infield, which he said contributed to his ... (Full article: 1279 words)

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