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Cuddyer to Red Sox?

Michael Cuddyer continues to test the free agent waters. A new report links Cuddyer to the Boston Red Sox, who are looking for help in right field. Last week, Cuddyer met with officials from the Philadelphia Phillies.
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Michael Cuddyer continues to test the free agent waters. A new report links Cuddyer to the Boston Red Sox, who are looking for help in right field. Last week, Cuddyer met with officials from the Philadelphia Phillies.

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