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J.D. Drew Wins All-Star Game MVP

Coming in the 6th inning, J.D. Drew proved most valuable to his team working the bases and playing well in RF as well. Drew became the fourth Red Sox player to ever win the All-Star Game MVP award, joining Pedro Martinez (1999), Roger Clemens (1986), and Carl Yastrzemski (1970).

It was also nice that he hit a clutch two-run home run to temporarily tie the game at 2-2. Drew finished the longest All-Star Game of all time 2-4 with the 2-run HR, and a walk. Yes, five plate appearances as a reserve…

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2 comments for “J.D. Drew Wins All-Star Game MVP”

  1. If you told me last year that JD Drew would win MVP in the All Star Game this year I would have laughed in your face.

    Posted by Jennifer | July 16, 2008, 12:11 pm
  2. Good work JD!

    Posted by Chris | July 16, 2008, 8:49 pm

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