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"All last year we tried to teach him (Fernando Valenzuela) English, and the only word he learned was million."
--Tommy Lasorda, Los Angeles Dodgers manager
2000 Boston Red Sox 2000 Boston Red Sox
Record 85-77 .525
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Standings 2nd in the AL East (2.5 games back)
Pythagorean 86-76, 86-76, 86-76
Runs (S/A) 792 / 745
BallparkFenway Park
Park FactorsBatting: 101 / Pitching: 101
Attendance2,585,895 (6th) (15th)
Fancost$169 (4th) / $13,674
Payroll/Avg$93,866,322 / $2,861,753 (4th)
OpExp/$PV$133,000,000 / $1,564,706
Rev/OpInc$125,000,000 / -$8,000,000
Spring TrainingFort Myers, Florida (City of Palms Park)
ManagerJimy Williams
CoachesJim Rice, Joe Kerrigan, Tommy Harper, Wendell Kim, Buddy Bailey, John Cumberlandr
ExecutivesGeneral Partner: John L. Harrington, General Manager: Dan Duqette
Minor Leagues(AAA) Pawtucket Red Sox, (AA) Trenton Thunder, (A) Augusta Greenjackets, (A) Lowell Spinners, (A) Sarasota Red Sox
Radio (WEEI) Jerry Trupiano, Joe Castiglione
TV (WFXT) Jerry Remy, Sean McDonough
Cable TV (NESN) Bob Kurtz, Bob Rodgers, Jerry Remy
Spanish Radio (WRCA) Bobby Serrano, J.P. Villiman

The 2000 Boston Red Sox went 85-77 and finished 2nd in the American League East. The Red Sox drew 2,585,895 to Fenway Park. Carl Everett, Nomar Garciaparra, Derek Lowe and Pedro Martinez made the All-Star team. Pedro Martinez was honored with the Cy Young award.

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All-Star Carl Everett, shown here with the Astros, hit .300 with 34 HRs and 108 RBIs with the latter two figures leading the Red Sox.

Photo by Lou Sauritch, 2006

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