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Former Twin Punto signs with Red Sox

A piranha swims eastward. Nick Punto is taking his hustle and versatility to Boston, where the Red Sox have signed the 34-year-old to a two-year $3.5 million dollar deal.
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A piranha swims eastward. Nick Punto is taking his hustle and versatility to Boston, where the Red Sox have signed the 34-year-old to a two-year $3.5 million dollar deal.

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