In the letter, Lucchino thanked the fans for their support and ran down a laundry list of reasons to still have faith in the team, including David Ortiz’ All-Star season and injured “varsity” players coming back.
“We have watched the team coalesce into a close group,” wrote Lucchino. “Personalities are enhancing the chemistry, such as the cheerful Cody Ross, the friendly Mike Aviles, and the inspiring story of Daniel Nava. Jarrod Saltalamacchia has shown power, in the clutch, worthy of an All-Star. And as the talented Will Middlebrooks forced his way into the lineup, we bade farewell, with gratitude, to Kevin Youkilis, who helped us win two World Championships.”
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“The one constant off the field is that we have had a veritable All-Star Team on the disabled list,” he continued "
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