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Topic - J.D. Drew
Cody Ross agreed to sign with the Boston Red Sox, giving them an experienced hitter with postseason success on his resume to help replace J.D. Drew in right field.
J.D. Drew has been activated off the 15-day disabled list and inserted into the Boston Red Sox lineup for the second game of a doubleheader against the New York Yankees.
Jon Lester felt uncomfortable on the mound, struggled with his control and put the Boston Red Sox in a deep hole after only two innings of work.
Brian Matusz pitched shutout ball for seven innings and the Baltimore Orioles picked up a rare win at Fenway Park, beating the Boston Red Sox 6-1 Sunday.
Homers or hijinks, Red Sox fans never knew what they would get from Manny Ramirez. Now it's their turn to surprise the enigmatic slugger.
"He's a little bit of a different breed," Drew said.
"People around here watched him play for a long time and have mixed emotions," J.D. Drew said Thursday. "It'll be interesting, that's for sure."