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Lowell might be too pricey

Length of pact is also an issue

Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis feels the pain after being struck by a pitch from Toronto's Brian Wolfe in the sixth. Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis feels the pain after being struck by a pitch from Toronto's Brian Wolfe in the sixth. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / September 6, 2007

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The Red Sox would love to have Mike Lowell back next season, a team official said yesterday, but are concerned that in a light market for premium free agents, the third baseman might be able to command a heftier offer elsewhere. (Full article: 1281 words)

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