Friday, August 10, 2007

Wily Mo wants to stay

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Josh Zeide wanted to make something perfectly clear - contrary to a Globe report, his client, Wily Mo Pena, does not want to be traded from the Red Sox.

“His preference would be to stay in Boston and to help the team win a World Series this year,” said Zeide by phone yesterday, shortly after communicating with Pena.

“Wily is certainly focused on helping his team win this year, really wants to be a part of it, and has felt that way since the beginning of the season. It’s just unfortunate that the situation had made that difficult for him to be as productive as he would want to be because his situation isn’t what he was expecting.”

Boston Herald

Red Sox rundown
-Brandon Moss optioned to AAA Pawtucket to make way for an Eric Hinske return
-Gordon Edes doesn't think David Ortiz is the same in the clutch anymore
-Preview to Futures at Fenway

-Tony Massarotti thinks the back of the Sox rotation is gonna have to carry the load
-PawSox lose back to back double headers
-Spinners bats silenced by Spikes
-JetHawks dominate Nuts in 11-7 victory

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