Look Alive Coco!

Look Alive, Coco!

BDD-- Coco Crisp needs to look alive

(BDD Photo Illustration / Meir Weinberg)

Otherwise the Trade Market for You is Dead

Tito and Theo Chat with Coco

"If Coco Crisp wants an exit out of Boston, teams want to see that he's healthy and playing before trying to swing a deal. The Chicago Cubs have had some interest in Crisp, but won't do anything until they see him play.

"That wasn't the purpose of Terry Francona and Theo Epstein's conversation with Crisp this morning. It was more to gauge where he was with his groin problems. Crisp is making progress, taking a few swings. It's also getting down to the last six days before the team leaves for Japan and the Sox wanted to make him aware of the timetable so he understands the season starts soon." -- 3.13.08, Nick Cafardo, Extra Bases

This Just In ...

BDD - New Charity Wines Available

(AP Photo)

Manny Merlot Is Long Gone and Hard to Find
But There Are Three New Red Sox Charity Wines

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