Red Sox Talk

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Terry Francona isn't worried about the struggles players have in spring training. All that matters is that players perform when the regular season starts.
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The Red Sox' right-hander says 'it's good' to go through adversity in spring training, in order to practice getting out of regular-season jams.
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Unlike years past, when the team was found lacking in the late days of spring training, cutting down the squad this time will mean getting rid of players who've performed well.
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The Sox ship out five of their top minor-leaguers, including shortstop Jose Iglesias and infielder Yamaica Navarro.
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The Sox' closer allows two hits, two walks and four runs in two-thirds of an inning, the second time he's been hit hard this spring, but says he's unconcerned.
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The ex-Red Sox third baseman finds that the ritual -- which so annoyed him in Boston -- is continuing in Texas.
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Terry Francona drops Josh Beckett down to No. 4 in his beginning-of-the-season rotation

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