No Dog and Pony Show at Fenway

No Dog and Pony Show at Fenway

Dec. 2004: Los Angeles Dodgers icon and senior vice president Tommy Lasorda, right, greets Sheigh Drew, left, wife of new Dodgers outfielder J.D. Drew. The Dodgers and Drew finalized a five-year, $55 million deal Thursday in Los Angeles.

So We'll Have to Wait to Meet J.D. and His Wife Sheigh

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How Come Only the $55M Dodger Deal Came with a Big Ceremony?
Globe Archive: Drew Keeping Faith, J.D. Says He's Ready to Play
Epstein on Drew Agreement | Outfielder Has Gotten a Bad Rap
Globe Graphic: Drew's Been Hurtin' for Certain | Career Stats

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Hanley enjoying his return > Victorino slowly getting up to speed > Ramirez fitting right in > Manuel Margot in stars in Salem

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