After Being Booed, Story Can’t Hit a New Low

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After a homestand filled with boo-birds from the Fenway Park faithful, Boston Red Sox second baseman Trevor Story can’t hit a new low. The 29-year-old two-time All-Star signed a six-year, $140 million with Boston late into Spring Training. The late signing –– plus the birth of a child –– limited Story to five Spring Training games and just 13 plate appearances. Then, on top of it all, he got food poisoning during the first series of the season. Excuses are aplenty with the former Colorado Rockies shortstop, but through 24 games he’s slashing .194/.276/.269 with a wRC+ of just 62. Not to mentio…

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