Pedroia The Prankster
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You guys had the nerve to tell me I write too much about the Yankees in Hot Clicks, but look at me posting this week's Sports Illustrated cover of Dustin Pedroia. Isn't that big of me? Anyway, the real reason I'm featuring Pedroia is because he pulled off this very solid prank on David Ortiz last weekend. On a side note, I have to go down a floor in the SI building and find the person responsible for the "Where Did Tiger's Mojo Go?" headline on the cover. Very well played.
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