Red Sox offseason overview - with the Boston Globe's Gordon Edes
He hit .299 against righties, .200 against lefties, and 11 of his 13 home runs -- in 244 at-bats -- were against righties. His .375 on-base percentage against righties should also have appeal to the Sox. He hasn’t approached the 29 home runs he hit in Texas in 2004, but after being paid just $950,000 last season, he figures to deliver a good return on his price.
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He hit .299 against righties, .200 against lefties, and 11 of his 13 home runs -- in 244 at-bats -- were against righties. His .375 on-base percentage against righties should also have appeal to the Sox. He hasn’t approached the 29 home runs he hit in Texas in 2004, but after being paid just $950,000 last season, he figures to deliver a good return on his price.
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