Boston Red Sox: Farewell George Kottaras, We Hardly Knew You

Posted: 18th November 2009 by Sean Kennedy in MLB
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The Red Sox released Kottaras today. The 26-year-old catcher was out of options and couldn't be sent to the minors again. Kottaras hit .237 last season in only 93 at-bats, an exceptionally small sample size. Playing once a week as Tim Wakefield's personal catcher gave him no chance to develop a rhythm and prove himself.á Then Kottaras was placed on the disabled list on August 2, after suffering back spasms. That happened to coincide with Wakefield going on the DL and the arrival of Victor Martinez. In truth, it was more than coincidence; the club needed to make room on the 25-man roster. And that's what Kottaras was up against again this time; not enough room on the 40-man roster. It's still unclear how Kottaras would fare over a full season at the Major League level, and what kind of hi ...

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