Millwood? Sox Wouldn't

Millwood? Sox Wouldn't

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Kevin Millwood reached a preliminary agreement on a $60 million, five-year contract with Texas, Monday Dec. 26, 2005, giving the Rangers the legitimate No. 1 starter they have been seeking.

(AP Photo)

Sox Won't Go Past Three Years; Millwood Goes to Texas
(Turns Out He Can't Play Center, Short, or First Anyway)


Jacoby's Ladder

Rush to Judgment in Center?: "If I were the Red Sox, I’d take Jacoby (Ellsbury) to (major league) training camp in February. If he’d get 50 at-bats during spring training, they’d find he is a lot closer to being big-league ready than they thought. He’d probably hit .250 and steal some bases and play well defensively and they’d go, ‘Wow.’" -- 12.27.05, OSU Coach Pat Casey

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