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January 29, 2011 by staff 

Red Sox, Red Sox seats for the regular season go on sale tomorrow. Here are the details for the team: To purchase tickets beginning on January 29, fans can log on to or call the automated ticket line at 888 REDSOX6. Fans can purchase tickets for all games at Fenway Park, with the exception of all games with the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs for which a special drawing of lots will take place at a later date

(CP) – The Tampa Bay Rays have signed veteran free-agent first baseman Casey Kotchman a minor league contract.

The Rays have announced the signing Friday. Kotchman played last year for the Seattle Mariners, reaching 0217 with nine homers and 51 RBIs.

Over seven seasons, the 27-year Kotchman has a career average of 0259 with 49 homers and 284 RBIs.

It was a project of 2001 first-round pick of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He played for the Angels, Atlanta Braves and Boston Red Sox, who traded to the Mariners before last season. He became a free agent in November when he would not accept a minor league assignment.

The Rays also said pitcher Rob Delaney off waivers from the Minnesota Twins. He appeared in a game for them last season.

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After doing a lot of heavy lifting while redoing the [team stats] Red Sox at the beginning of winter, and every recent snow shovel, Theo Epstein is back a little trouble these days.

An escape to the snow-free area Fort Myers should help, but what will the Chief feel better to see a medical staff with little time on their hands.

“I’m just really looking forward to health, the return to health of many of our most important players,” Epstein said during a demonstration of fans at Fenway Park [map] yesterday. “They’re not many position battles in itself, but if you look around the diamond, there are players that want to see you there in good health. “

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