The Bellhorn Watch is On

The Watch is On

Bellhorn could be gone

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Bellhorn Could Be Released

"According to a team source, one scenario the Sox are considering is to release second baseman Mark Bellhorn after his 20-day rehab stint at Pawtucket, get him through waivers, and then outright him to Pawtucket and call him up when rosters are expanded Sept. 1." -- 8.12, Boston Globe notebook

Meanwhile, in Pawtucket ...

Bellhorn is ready

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Mark is Trying to Work His Way Back


Hey, Old Friend Carl Everett is Back in Town

Carl!

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Wonder What He'd Say About the Fans and Media Now?

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