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AL East Notes: Scott, Cameron, Red Sox

Links from the AL East..

  • The Orioles could have an interesting decision to make on 33-year-old Luke Scott after the season, writes Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun.  Scott will enter his final year of arbitration after making $6.4MM this season and the O's probably won't want to pay much more than that.  Trading him might be the logical move but Zrebiec doesn't see much of a market for the 33-year-old.
  • After being DFA'd, outfielder Mike Cameron pointed to his lack of playing time with the Red Sox for hurting his overall play.  However, the veteran knew that he'd be seeing a reduced role this season, writes Steve Buckley of the Boston Herald.
  • The New York Times Co. has sold more than half its holdings in the Fenway Sports Group, which includes the BoSox, for $117MM, writes Beth Healy of The Boston Globe.  Times Co. has recouped more than what the media company spent on its entire original investment.  The purchasers of the shares were affiliates of existing partners, according to Sox owner John Henry.

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