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"Trot Nixon is a guy who should have been a lifelong Red Sox, he should have moved directly to the coaching staff upon retirement and someday should have managed the Olde Towne Team."I thought the sarcasm was clear enough and the situation far-fetched enough that anyone wouldn't think it would really happen.But I heard from more than a few Astros fans who were disturbed by one of two things -- the column, or perhaps the possibility that their favorite team would be dumb enough to bite on Pineiro.But unlike bigger names that pretty likely feigned injury because they lost interest at the end of last year, Trot would have played if he could have."And even in partial seasons, he produced when he was on the field.
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