Alex Cora's insane memory could be Red Sox' secret weapon

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Alex Cora's insane memory could be Red Sox' secret weapon
Alex Cora's insane memory could be Red Sox' secret weapon

The topic of Dustin Pedroia's early years comes up. Without hesitation, Alex Cora references the second inning of the Red Sox' Aug. 22 game against the Angels surfaces. "A missile," Cora exclaims. "Line-drive in the back of the bag." Pedroia nods because it was his first at-bat as a major leaguer. But why would Cora remember such a moment? It's because that's what he does. It's uncertain if the Red Sox' manager has a photographic memory, but some absolutely believe that might be the case. "Yeah, when it comes to baseball," said Cora when asked if he realized how good his memory was, pausing before looking around his office. "Now, where's my watch?" "I've always noticed it," Pedroia said. "He

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