Pedro staying or going

Wallace: Signing Pedro is "Tough Call"

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"Pedro dominated the game for probably six years. I don't know that he's that guy anymore, but he's certainly smart enough to know what he can do. It's going to be a tough call (whether to re-sign him). It's a tough call when you get to a guy who is in his 30s, I think he just turned 33. He's not (throwing) 95 or 96 (mph) anymore. But he started every game (when his spot came up). He's probably a seven-inning guy now, but he's a good one." -- 11.10 Sox pitching coach Dave Wallace

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