Spare Me, Pedey

Before his big game against the Tampa Bay Rays yesterday, Dustin Pedroia took time to chill out with Vita Coco and bowl with some Red Sox fans at Lucky Strike.
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Pedroia Goes Bowling for Extra Marketing Dollars
While The Rays Are Ready to Knock Down the Sox

Before going 0-for-3 in the biggest game of the year yesterday, Dustin Pedroia took time to fulfill his marketing contract with Vita Coco and bowl with some fans at Lucky Strike. Meanwhile, Johnny Damon had the Rays ready to rip the Sox at Fenway a few hours later.

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