Good News, Bad News

Good News, Bad News

Josh Beckett No. 19 and Tim Wakefield No. 49 of the Red Sox have a laugh before playing the New York Mets on June 27, 2006 at Fenway Park in Boston.

(Getty Images Photo / Jim McIsaac)

Good News: Beckett Gets 3-Year Contract Extension
Bad News: Wakefield Has a Fractured Rib
But It's All Systems Go for Boomer

Red Sox pitcher David Wells didn't have much of an audience in the stands as he threw a simulated game this morning at Fenway Park as he tries to get back onto the roster from the disabled list. But he did have some interested observers on the field, as GM Theo Epstein (left from behind, manager Terry Francona (next to Epstein) and interim pitching coach Al Nipper (far right) watched.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

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Boston Globe:

Rodriguez looks like the steal deal > Despite effort by Rodriguez, Red So fall > Tazawa has come a long way, on and off field

Boston Herald:

Lauber: Eduardo Rodriguez showing Red Sox he's special > PawSox start looms large for Masterson


Rodriguez gem wasted > Chili Davis doesn't want to turn Red Sox into free-swingers > Red Sox draft catcher in third round

NY Post:

How Mariano Rivera has influenced Yankees' top pick > Why starting rotation could be a big Yankees' strength

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