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Pitcher Trevor Kelley Still At ‘Loss For Words’ After Call Up To Red Sox


The Boston Red Sox called up right-handed pitcher from Triple-A Pawtucket on Monday, and the 25-year-old sounded very excited about it. Kelley noted he “kind of figured” he had been recalled when he was called into the office after Pawtucket’s game on Monday. He also said his teammates and wife were extremely happy for him and that he’s still at a “loss for words.” (NESN)

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