Conor Jackson Should Be Rejuvenated by Making Move From Oakland to Boston


Peter Gammons said it must be like "a dream come true." Dennis Eckerlsey claimed "this is the greatest situation he's ever found himself in." Were they talking about a lottery winner? Well, in a baseball sense, yes.

Gammons and Eckersley talked about what Conor Jackson must be thinking after coming from Oakland to Boston in a trade on late Wednesday night. The outfielder will be "rejuvenated" as Eckerlsey pointed out, by not only moving into a pennant race in one of the best baseball cities in the bigs, but also by being able to play in a hitter's ballpark in a hitter's lineup.

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