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Pittsfield Red Sox

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Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington visited Pittsfield and spoke at the Pittsfield Suns Hot Stove

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Ben Cherington on rebuilding the Red Sox

The Pittsfield Red Sox was the name of an American minor league baseball franchise based in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, from 1965 through 1969. It was the Double-A Eastern League affiliate in the Boston Red Sox farm system and produced future Major League Baseball players such as George Scott, Sparky Lyle, Reggie Smith and Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk. The team played at Wahconah Park.
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