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Evans was outstanding in his field

His work in right worth recounting

Dwight Evans, who won eight Gold Gloves in 19 years with the Sox, will be honored by the Sports Museum of New England. Dwight Evans, who won eight Gold Gloves in 19 years with the Sox, will be honored by the Sports Museum of New England. (File/ Steven Senne/ Associated Press)
By Robert Mays
Globe Correspondent / June 13, 2010

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Dwight Evans doesn’t reminisce much. Not even after eight Gold Gloves, three All-Star Games, and two trips to the World Series. Not even after a career that spanned Watergate and the start of baseball’s steroid era. He says he’s moved on because there’s this funny thing about the glory days: They can make someone who they are while keeping them ... (Full article: 1043 words)

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