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Dustin Pedroia is ready to perform when called upon.
Dustin Pedroia is ready to perform when called upon. (Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin) Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin
By Chris Snow
Globe Staff / March 31, 2006

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There are tools aplenty. Dustin Pedroia can control the strike zone with uncanny precision (his minor league walk-to-strikeout ratio is 1.54 to 1). Jacoby Ellsbury, the Johnny Damon look-alike center fielder, can run like no other in the Red Sox system. Jed Lowrie, a second baseman at Stanford University who is relearning his childhood position of ... (Full article: 1291 words)

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