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Red Sox Name Grady Sizemore Starting Center Fielder

One of baseball’s best comeback stories of 2014 continued on Friday when the Boston Red Sox officially named former American League All-Star Grady Sizemore as their starting center fielder.

The 31-year-old Sizemore has played well throughout the Spring for the Red Sox, posting a .333 batting average and a .842 OPS while having more walks than strikeouts.

Once considered one of the best all-around players in the game, Sizemore starred for the Cleveland Indians from 2005-2008 when he batted .281/.372/.496 with 27 home runs, 41 doubles, and 29 stolen bases per year before being sidelined by a series of injuries.

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  1. Jesse Jesse March 29, 2014

    WOW!! Guess were riding the Grady train… Congrats to him!! What a comeback story! Hope he can stay on the field for 400 PA’s

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