Dylan Pedroia, like most 4-year-olds, couldn’t sit still.
A few feet away, Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington announced a new contract Wednesday for Dylan’s father.
The eight-year deal is worth $110 million, according to a source, making Dustin Pedroia baseball’s highest-paid second baseman.
The sun beamed on Fenway Park. About 200 fans sat in the stands. Camera crews broadcast the news conference live.
But there was Dylan, waving to his dad, rolling around in the dirt near the first base line.
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