Wall Marte?

Wall Marte?

Atlanta Braves rookie Andy Marte drives in a run with a sacrifice fly off Los Angeles Angels pitcher Paul Byrd in the fourth inning Tuesday, June 7, 2005, in Atlanta, in this June 7, 2005 photo. The Boston Red Sox gave up on Edgar Renteria just one year after lavishing a four-year, $40 million contract on him, trading the shortstop to the Atlanta Braves on Thursday Dec. 8, 2005, for third baseman Andy Marte.

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Bradford: Could Andy Marte Be Out in Left Field?

"While in the Dominican, Shipley asked perhaps a telling question. 'He asked me if I could play left field,' said Marte. 'I told him, 'Yes.' I'm ready to play right now.'" -- 1.12.06, Rob Bradford, Eagle-Tribune

And Papelbon Wants to Start

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