Info: Outfielder Gabe Kapler, who ruptured his left Achilles' tendon less than five months ago, was among 20 non-roster players invited to spring training by the Boston Red Sox. Former New York Yankees infielder Enrique Wilson also was in the group announced on Wednesday. Kapler wasn't expected to be ready to play at the start of spring training after getting hurt in Toronto on Sept. 14. In 36 games last season with Boston, he hit .247 with one homer and nine RBIs. He first joined the Red Sox in 2003 and was part of their 2004 World Series championship team before starting last season with the Yomiuri Giants in Japan's Central League. He re-signed with Boston on July 15. Wilson spent four seasons with the Yankees before playing 20 games last season with the Chicago Cubs, hitting .136 with two doubles. He is a friend of Boston left fielder Manny Ramirez, who has asked to be traded. The Red Sox also invited seven non-roster pitchers: right-handers Tim Bausher, Matt Ginter and Jimmy Serrano and left-handers Craig Breslow, Mike Bumatay, Mike Holtz and Phil Seibel. The others invited are catcher Ken Huckaby, utilityman Willie Harris, infielders Trent Durrington, Luis A. Jimenez, Rodney Nye, Dustin Pedroia and Josh Pressley and outfielders Luke Allen, Ron Calloway, Tyler Minges and Dustan Mohr. The Red Sox think Pedroia, the organization's minor league offensive player of the year last season, could contribute to the major league team this year. He hit .324 with eight homers and 40 RBIs at Double-A Portland then .255 with five homers and 24 RBIs with Triple-A Pawtucket.
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