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Baseball notes

Sox are playing a game different from Detroit’s

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / November 28, 2010

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The Red Sox could have extended themselves to match or outbid the Tigers on Victor Martinez , so there’s no doubt they are saving their shekels for a bigger splash. It’s likely to be San Diego first baseman Adrian Gonzalez , who would increase interest, put up huge numbers at Fenway Park, and make everyone forget they lost one of ... (Full article: 2531 words)

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