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1998 Boston Red Sox Season - Regular Season - Notable Transactions
... June 20, 1998 Jim Leyritz was traded by the Boston Red Sox with Ethan Faggett (minors) to the San Diego Padres for Carlos Reyes, Mandy Romero, and Dario Veras ... was traded by the Minnesota Twins with Orlando Merced to the Boston Red Sox for John Barnes, Matt Kinney, and Joe Thomas (minors) ...
1999 Boston Red Sox Season
... The 1999 Boston Red Sox season involved the Red Sox' finishing 2nd in the American League East with a record of 94 wins and 68 losses ...
Woodie Fryman - Detroit Tigers
... The Detroit Tigers were battling the Boston Red Sox for first place in the American League East when they claimed Fryman off waivers on August 2, 1972 ... the Tigers, and was 9-3 with a 2.21 ERA when the Red Sox came to Detroit for a three game set to end the season a half game up on the Tigers ... pitched a complete game victory to put the Tigers up a half game on the Red Sox as Fryman took the mound for the second game of the set ...
George Kottaras - Professional Baseball Career - Boston Red Sox
... On September 5, 2006, he was traded to the Boston Red Sox to complete an August 31 deal for David Wells and was immediately added to the team's 40-man roster ... He was assigned to the Red Sox Double A franchise, the Portland Sea Dogs, who had just begun their Eastern League playoff run ... Kottaras played the entire 2007 season for the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox ...
McKechnie Field - History - Early Era: 1919-1992 - Phillies and Red Sox
... In 1928, the Boston Red Sox were looking at possibly coming to Bradenton, after spending the prior three years training in New Orleans ... before the team would commit to the Bradenton, the Red Sox officials asked to see the attendance and financial figures of what they would see if they moved their training to Bradenton ... then supplied the Red Sox with the actual figures they requested ...

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