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Shortstop Woes Continue to Hound Red Sox

Published by on May 19, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

The carousel of Red Sox shortstops have not stopped since 2004. 

When whining Nomar Garciaparra was shipped out to Chicago, in the most daring, yet greatest trade in the Theo Epstein era, the Sox have never solidified the position. 

The Sox got in return Orlando Cabrera, who revitalized the Sox and sent them their first World Championship in 86 years.  Cabrera's defense, range, and overall great clubhouse demeanor was pivotal to the Sox.  But, he was a free agent and the Sox let him go.

Since then, the Sox have seen the likes of:


2005-Edgar Renteria

A horrendous one year stint at Fenway where he hit very little and made over 30 erro...

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