Boston Red Sox camp full of expectations
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Adrian Gonzalez settled in to play cards with minor leaguer Oscar Tejeda in the Boston Red Sox clubhouse, the sort of thing that Gonzalez is known to do, and right behind him Carl Crawford hefted a bat, in the locker next to Mike Cameron. This was the first day of Red Sox camp, and as Boston manager Terry Francona said, every team has to find its own personality. This team is just beginning that journey.
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