Construction Crew Digs Up Drew

CONSTRUCTION CREW
DIGS UP J.D. DREW

A construction crew works under the third base grandstand at Fenway Park in Boston Wednesday, Jan. 24. 2007 as part of the annual improvements the Red Sox ownership group continues to make to the ballpark which was built in 1912.

(BDD Photo Illustration)

Holy Janet Marie Smith! Fenway Construction Crew Discovers the Hiding Spot of J.D. Drew, the Missing $70M Man, While Digging Under Third Base Grandstand

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"Theo and I have been working very hard over the last few weeks to locate J.D., we're thankful for the hard work of the Fenway construction team, led by Janet Marie Smith, for making this discovery. Once J.D. gets checked out by the doctors, we should have an agreement signed any day now." -- 1.24.07, Scott Boras

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