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Asset freeze isn't that chilling for Ellsbury

In a fielding drill designed to bring infielders to their knees, Kevin Youkilis (center) nears his tipping point while Mike Lowell and Julio Lugo await their turn. In a fielding drill designed to bring infielders to their knees, Kevin Youkilis (center) nears his tipping point while Mike Lowell and Julio Lugo await their turn. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / February 22, 2009

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FORT MYERS, Fla. - While there seems to be financial trouble over at the Yankees spring training complex in Tampa, at least among a couple of Scott Boras clients, the alleged $8 billion scheme involving Robert Allen Stanford doesn't seem to have had as much impact on the Red Sox. But the Sox aren't entirely free from the fallout. (Full article: 820 words)

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