The Score "The heart and soul of the Boston Red Sox will be 100-percent healthy and ready to go for spring training. Second baseman Dustin Pedroia has been cleared to resume all baseball activities, manager John Farrell revealed Wednesday on MLB Network Radio." January 14
From Red Sox: Dustin Pedroia today underwent a successful first dorsal compartment release and a tenosynovectomy of his left wrist.
ESPN Boston "Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia will have surgery on Thursday to deal with soreness in his left hand and wrist that has been an issue much of the season. Manager John Farrell said after Wednesday afternoon's loss to the Baltimore Orioles that Pedroia will have a procedure performed by Dr...." September 11
Farrell says MRI showed Pedroia dealing w/soreness/inflammation in left wrist. Could be shut down for duration of year, but no decision yet.
CSN New England "After missing the final two games in Tampa and all three here against the Yankees, Dustin Pedroia is expected to be back on the field and in the lineup Friday night when the Sox begin their second-to-last homestand of the season. Pedroia suffered a mild concussion last Saturday night when he..." September 05
Farrell says Pedroia improving, expected to play at Fenway this weekend.
ESPN Boston "Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia sat in the dugout at Fenway Park Tuesday afternoon and couldn’t fathom what this team would be like without Jon Lester. After Boston’s 4-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, Pedroia seemed even more shaken up when he learned Lester was scratched from his..." July 30
X-rays in Pedroia negative - Sox still waiting on MRI results to determine availability.
ESPN.com "Former Yankees closer Mariano Rivera writes in a new book released Tuesday that Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox would be his ultimate choice as a second baseman, saying he doesn't think former teammate Robinson Cano "burns to be the best." Rivera played with Cano for the first nine seasons..." May 06
ESPN Boston "Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia does not have a fracture in his left wrist, a development a baseball source called "great news" on Monday afternoon. Another source told ESPNBoston.com earlier Monday that things looked good so far but that further tests were scheduled. Pedroia..." April 14
Providence Journal "Dustin Pedroia was sent to Boston for an examination of a left wrist that has bothered him for more than a week, Red Sox manager John Farrell said. The second baseman appeared to turn his wrist over diving for an Aramis Ramirez infield single in the eighth inning on April 4, and he hit the..." April 14
Red Sox just scratched Pedroia.
CSN New England "Dustin Pedroia dealt with a nagging thumb injury for pretty much all of last season, but it doesn't appear that it's going to be an issue in the upcoming season. Pedroia had surgery on the thumb in mid-November, where it was determined that the surgery was less invasive than originally..." January 29
WEEI Boston "Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia joined WEEI’s Rob Bradford on Monday to discuss David Ortiz‘s desire for a multi-year contract extension, Jacoby Ellsbury defecting to the Yankees and other offseason news. To hear the interview, go to the WEEI audio on demand page. Ortiz told Steve..." January 29
Update on offseason wrist surgeries: Pedroia is taking dry swings now, and Victorino is two weeks away from throwing.
ESPN Boston "Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia has surgery scheduled for Nov. 12 in Arizona to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb, but the procedure may be a bit more complicated than originally thought. According to the second baseman, who had an MRI on his thumb Tuesday,..." November 06
Hardball Talk "After playing through a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb for nearly the entire season, Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia expects to have surgery to address the injury “probably in the next couple of weeks.” He made the announcement during an appearance on WEEI’s “Salk & Holley”..." November 02
Dustin Pedroia says on @WEEI that 'probably in a couple weeks' he'll have surgery in Arizona to repair thumb ligament he tore on Opening Day
ESPN.com "Say this for Dustin Pedroia: The man stays in character even on a night an uncharacteristic bobble by the Red Sox second baseman figured prominently in Boston's 7-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series on Wednesday night. That became abundantly clear..." October 17
MLB.com "A day after coming to an agreement the Red Sox announced Wednesday that they've signed Dustin Pedroia to a contract extension through 2021. Although the financial security of the $110 million extension is nice Pedroia made it clear that his motivation in signing is to make sure he never plays a..." July 24
Pedroia and Red Sox have agreed in principle on extension. Starts in 2015 goes to '21. Comes down to approximatey 7 years for $100 million
NESN "Dustin Pedroia is the face of the Red Sox, and he’s going to continue to hold that role for a very long time. The Boston second baseman has signed a seven-year, $100 million contract extension with the club, according to multiple reports. WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford was the first to report the..." July 23
CSN New England "Dustin Pedroia may be sticking around with the Red Sox for a while. Gordon Edes Tweets that the Red Sox made a formal extension offer to Pedroia over the All-Star break. The contract could potentially be worth $100 million or more and would make Pedroia the highest paid second baseman in the..." July 20
A #RedSox senior official confirms reports the team is negotiating with Dustin Pedroia on a long-term extension.
Boston Herald "Dustin Pedroia made three consecutive All-Star teams from 2008-10. At the time, it seemed that the Red Sox second baseman could safely be penciled into the American League lineup each summer. While Pedroia remained productive, he was left off the All-Star roster for two years before returning to..." July 16
Boston Herald "Three years ago, almost to the day, Dustin Pedroia became an enemy of the state of Colorado. Not literally, mind you. But on June 24, 2010, he went 5-for-5 with three home runs and four RBI for the Red Sox in the finale of a series at Coors Field, then punctuated his definitive “laser show” by..." June 26
WEEI Boston "The dream of 162 will end Sunday. Dustin Pedroia was told by Red Sox manager John Farrell Saturday that he would be getting his first day off of the season when the Sox play the Orioles in the team’s series finale. Pedroia is the only major-leaguer to have played in 70 games this season,..." June 16
Boston Herald "As Dustin Pedroia continued his campaign last night to wrap up the Gold Glove at second base before the midway point of the season, he also timed his defensive highlights for just the right time. They saved the Red Sox from defeat. In the 10-8, 14-inning victory against the Rays, Pedroia..." June 11
Boston Globe "Dustin Pedroia tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb on Opening Day when he slid head-first into first base in the ninth inning against the Yankees. But he has started every game since. Pedroia decided against surgery or a stint on the disabled list and kept on playing. The story..." May 30
Boston Herald "The Red Sox played Game No. 53 last night. Same with Dustin Pedroia. Given what we now know about what Pedroia has been dealing with since the first game of the season — a complete tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb — last night could have been Game No. 2 for..." May 29
Boston Herald "One of Terry Francona’s favorite parts of managing the Red Sox was watching Dustin Pedroia exert his will on the game. Francona’s seat in the opposing dugout hasn’t diminished his appreciation in that regard, but man, has it increased his annoyance. Francona certainly wouldn’t have minded..." May 26
Boston Herald "With the Red Sox still in the early stages of a stretch of 20 games in as many days, manager John Farrell is trying to give each player at least one day off. To that, Dustin Pedroia may say no thanks. “Pedey will fight that tooth and nail,” Farrell said. “He fully expects to play every..." May 20
Boston Herald "Dustin Pedroia had gone 214 plate appearances and 48 games since his last home run. What, then, were another 10 pitches? In an at-bat that was every bit as impressive as any taken by a Red Sox player this season, Pedroia fouled off six pitches from Minnesota Twins reliever Casey Fien,..." May 07
Houston Chronicle "The Astros were still waking up. It was a bright, clear spring morning at Fenway Park. Baseball, daily history and a soon-to-be-sold-out stadium filled with devoted Red Sox fans watching the best team in the game waited. But Saturday night had been devoted to another Astros loss. And just 12..." April 29
Boston Herald "Today is a Red Sox off day. Some players will fish. Others play golf. Dustin Pedroia has a hobby that falls a little outside the box — the search for Bigfoot. You probably knew that if you follow Pedroia on Twitter (@15Lasershow), where a “Sasquatch Crossing” sign serves as his avatar. This..." March 13
Boston Herald "There’s at least one change in Dustin Pedroia’s life that makes the Red Sox second baseman absolutely sick: the impending move of his hometown Sacramento Kings to Seattle. “Brutal!” he thundered, while teammate Shane Victorino gave him a hard time over calling the Kings “we,” as in, “When we..." February 25
Boston Herald "It was last Sept. 28, three hours before a game in Baltimore, and Dustin Pedroia was standing in the Red Sox dugout, teaching a seminar on talking trash. “Don’t hit the ball my way tonight!” Pedroia yelled to Orioles center fielder Adam Jones. “I’m telling you right now, if you hit it my way,..." February 13
Over The Monster "Dustin Pedroia's 2012 numbers were the worst of his career. Is there reason for concern, or is this just a symptom of Pedroia being Pedroia? In a vacuum, Dustin Pedroia's season was pretty disappointing. We've gotten used to some real excellence from the second baseman in years past. In 2011 he..." December 20
ESPN.com "While Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington is optimistic about the club's unfinished offseason plans for free agency and the trade market, he also has some internal considerations brewing. According to several league sources, the Red Sox have already decided it would be in their best..." November 16
Boston Herald "The Red Sox shouldn't expect much in the way of postseason hardware, but two members of the team — one current, and one former — will be up for Gold Gloves this year. Second baseman Dustin Pedroia and first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, now with the Dodgers, were nominated for Gold Gloves in voting..." October 30
Boston Globe ""I'm very excited to have him back and looking forward to playing for him," Dustin Pedroia said about John Farrell. "He's been through it before here and it should be fun trying to accomplish our goals together." Meanwhile, the Toronto Blue Jays informed their coaching staff on Sunday that they..." October 22
WEEI Boston "Surgery to repair a torn ligament in Dustin Pedroia's right pinky was successful Wednesday, with Dr. Donald Sheridan placing a pin in the injured finger. The pin will remain in Pedroia's finger for four weeks, with the second baseman having to wear a cast through the weekend before switching to a..." October 11
Boston Herald "Turns out, Dustin Pedroia [stats] was playing through a far more serious injury than merely a broken left ring finger. Pedroia is scheduled for surgery next week on a torn ligament in his right pinky finger, Red Sox [team stats] general manager Ben Cherington confirmed yesterday. Pedroia dealt..." October 05
Over The Monster "Last night Dustin Pedroia stepped up to the plate five times with a broken finger. That he picked up two hits, including a double that served to score the first run of the game and ultimately resulted in their second as well has masked the fact that this was probably a very bad idea. Don't..." October 03
ESPN.com "Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was in the initial lineup Tuesday against the New York Yankees despite a broken finger on his left hand that the team thought would sideline him for the final two games of the season. Pedroia did not play Monday, and it was assumed he would miss the..." October 02
Boston Globe "The Red Sox season could not end without another injury. Dustin Pedroia has an avulsion fracture of his left ring finger and is not expected to play in the final two games according to general manager Ben Cherington. Pedroia sat out Monday's 10-2 loss against the Yankees after X-rays taken..." October 02
Boston Herald "Two days before the Red Sox' schedule reaches its merciful end, Dustin Pedroia's season is finished. An X-ray taken at Yankee Stadium before last night's 10-2 loss revealed that Pedroia suffered an avulsion fracture of his left ring finger, a team source confirmed. Pedroia didn't play last..." October 02
ESPN.com "This probably didn't play real well in the clubhouse of the Baltimore Orioles, who are trying to beat out the New York Yankees for the AL East title, but the Red Sox took on the Yankees Monday night without either Dustin Pedroia or Jacoby Ellsbury in the starting lineup. Pedroia jammed a finger..." October 01
Boston Herald "Yesterday was a good day for the game of baseball, especially defense. At beautiful Camden Yards, the Orioles unveiled a statue of third baseman Brooks Robinson, arguably the best defensive third baseman in baseball history. The Red Sox [team stats] took batting practice during the..." September 30
Boston Herald "ustin Pedroia wasn't handing out cigars, but his smile was omnipresent upon rejoining the Red Sox yesterday and accepting congratulations on the birth of his second son, Cole. "They're good," Pedroia said of his wife, Kelli, their baby, and new big brother, 3-year-old Dylan. "It was awesome...." September 16