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Wednesday recap

Posted by Chris Forsberg, Boston.com Staff  February 18, 2009 03:15 PM

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FORT MYERS, Fla. -- On a day in which the Red Sox participated in their first full-squad workout of the spring, it was team owners John Henry and Tom Werner and president/CEO Larry Lucchino who might have provided the biggest headline when Henry suggested a potential salary cap for baseball as part of a 20-minute chat with the media.

In the video above, the Globe's Amalie Benjamin talks about the ownership's Q&A and offers more details about a potential cap.

What else did you miss in Fort Myers today?

  • Francona: 'It was a good day' -- Manager Terry Francona was thrilled with the way the first full workout went this morning. (With video from Francona's daily briefing)

  • Papelbon: I was starting to break down -- Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon detailed his exhaustion towards the end of the 2008 season, but offered high hopes for 2009. (With video of Papelbon's Q&A with the media)

  • State of the Nation address -- Werner, Lucchino, and Henry offered thoughts on more than just a potential salary cap. Check out their thoughts on the 2009 season, Fenway improvements, and much more. (With video from the owners' Q&A)

  • Snapshots and video -- All the latest pictures and highlights from Fort Myers.

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