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It's showtime for Red Sox prospects

Anderson, Kalish, Reddick together again, but in a brighter spotlight

Updated: September 9, 2010, 5:41 PM ET
By Joe McDonald | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- Having three rookies in the starting lineup in a September game against the second-place team in the American League East isn't exactly what the Boston Red Sox were planning on.

The Sox are desperately holding onto hopes that somehow, some way they can get back into the pennant race. That appears very unlikely at this point, though, so Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein will use the remaining games to give some of the organization's top prospects a chance to experience ...

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