So long Bronson, Hello Wily Mo

Say Hello to Wily Mo

Enrique Wilson, left, lends a hand to Wily Mo Pena

(3.21.06: Enrique Wilson, left, lends a hand to Wily Mo Pena -- AP Photo)

Edes: This Raw Material Hints at Lode of Talent

'''Wily Mo was taking batting practice, and everybody came out to watch -- Ken Griffey Jr., everybody,' a scout who was there said yesterday. 'The balls he hit were still rising as they cleared that big scoreboard in center field in Legends Field. He has as big a power as anybody in the game.'" -- 3.21.06, Gordon Edes, Boston Globe

Time for Bronson to Get His Motor Running ...
Head Out on the Highway ...

Keith Foulke says goodbye to guitar boy

(3.21.06: Keith Foulke, seated, and Bronson Arroyo -- AP Photo)

And Grab a Copy of 'Who Moved My Cheese?'

File Under 'Yawn': Arroyo Cries Foul Over Trade
Rock Stars Unite: Johnny Breaks Silence on Bronson Trade

"'They have their plans, and they have their computers, and they believe that's right,' Damon said. 'Unfortunately, computers don't judge a person's heart.'" -- 3.21.06, Don Amore, Hartford Courant (Johnny hasn't seen the new Red Sox computers obviously)

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Boston Herald:

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ProJo:

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NY Post:

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