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Red Sox Not Interested In Bonds

According to Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald, a club source said Barry Bonds is "not a fit" for the Red Sox.  David Ortiz may be ready to play in July, anyway.

Bonds will continue to wait for a phone call.  I believe he would've put aside negative feelings for Boston, had the Red Sox come calling.  Just for the fun of it, the following contending teams have gotten below-average production out of the DH spot: Indians, Tigers, Angels, Twins, Blue Jays.  You could probably find a reason for each of these clubs to pass on Bonds, however.


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