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Montero catching a few glances

Tony Graffanino homered against the Phillies on Sunday. It may have been his last swing in a Red Sox uniform.
Tony Graffanino homered against the Phillies on Sunday. It may have been his last swing in a Red Sox uniform. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Gordon Edes and Chris Snow
Globe Staff / March 27, 2006

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FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Phenoms who seemingly materialize from nowhere are a rare commodity in this Internet age, but one relative unknown showed up in Red Sox camp this weekend, which brought out a curious John W. Henry. Jesus Montero , a strapping 16-year-old catcher from Venezuela, worked out for the Sox staff Saturday in minor league camp, then spent ... (Full article: 439 words)

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