No Live Show for Theo

No Live Show for Theo

Boston, MA  12-17-04: Boston Red Sox Senior Vice President/General Manager Theo Epstein answers questions concerning the look of next years club as well as issues concerning the departure of Pedro Martinez following a press conference where new shortstop Edgar Renteria was introduced to the media at Fenway Park after he agreed to terms to a four year deal with the club.

(Boston Globe File Photo / Bill Greene)

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"'I am a center fielder and I am a leadoff hitter,' said Crisp, who entered professional baseball as a second baseman. 'As far as leading off, I've been doing it my whole life.'"

"'I was facing Pedro (Martinez) for the first time, playing my first game in Boston,' said Crisp. 'My first at-bat I hit a double off of him, almost hitting a home run. That was a fond memory.

"'But then my next at-bat I remember thinking there was no way he was going to throw another fastball, but of course he does because there is no way Pedro is afraid of Coco Crisp. I was like, man, look at him throwing that again. And he strikes me out. The game ended up getting rained out so my 1 for 2 off of Pedro was wiped out. That was too bad.'" -- 1.24.06, Coco Crisp to Rob Bradford, Eagle-Tribune

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Boston Globe:

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Boston Herald:

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ProJo:

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NY Post:

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