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Red Sox extend contract with Greenville

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  January 23, 2012 06:40 PM

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This from the Red Sox:

The Boston Red Sox and Greenville (S.C.) Drive today announced the extension of their player development contract for an additional four years. The extension keeps the Red Sox South Atlantic League Single-A affiliate in Greenville through the 2016 season.

Red Sox director of player development Ben Crockett and Drive co-owner/president Craig Brown made the announcement.

"As an organization, we truly value our relationship with the Drive and the City of Greenville, and we are excited to extend our affiliation for an additional four seasons," said Crockett. "Our minor league players benefit greatly from their experience with the Drive's outstanding staff under the leadership of Craig Brown and Mike deMaine, as well as Greenville's state-of-the-art ballpark and passionate fan base."

Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine is scheduled as the featured guest at the Sixth Annual Greenville Drive Hot Stove Event tonight at the Huguenot Mill in Greenville.

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