Dustin Pedroia May Play Shortstop for Red Sox

Posted: 1st December 2009 by Jeremiah Graves in MLB
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The Red Sox may no longer need a shortstop. á Just one day after I went on a lengthy diatribe regarding BostonÆs inability to find a suitable shortstop, the club has reportedly found a solution. á The solution is none other than current second baseman Dustin Pedroia. á "They've asked me if I think I could play shortstop," Pedroia said. "They've put it out there and I've told them I'm all for it.ö á The Red Sox arenÆt exactly throwing Pedroia to the wolves by making the transition, as he has plenty of experience at the position. á Pedroia was an All-American shortstop at Arizona State and was drafted and signed as a shortstop in 2004. He played 42 games without committing in error that year but was shifted to second base to make room for then-Red Sox prospect Hanley Ramirez. á He p ...

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