Red Sox Talk

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The 6-foot-7 left-hander has had his ups and downs this spring -- including a brutal outing Sunday against the Cardinals -- but continues to work on his long-term goal of improving enough to help the Sox later this season.
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After changing his throwing program, the inconsistent right-hander has pitched better in his last two outings.
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While answering questions on Twitter, the ex-Sox pitcher also calls Doug Mirabelli one of his favorite teammates, Dustin Pedroia his best teammate, Jason Varitek one of the hardest workers, and says Nomar Garciaparra was 'not what I expected.'
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Terry Francona hinted at what his batting order is likely to be for this season, and said that lineup will be on display in several of the team's next games.
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There was speculation on Friday that Tim Wakefield's roster spot may be in jeopardy. His rough outing Friday night did nothing to silence the rumors, but two sources say he's in no danger of being cut.
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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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