That Last Name Never Gets Easier To SpellS

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Last month, the Red Sox took young Michael Yastrzemski, grandson of Carl, in the 36th round of MLB's First-Year Player draft. The 18-year-old outfielder committed to Vanderbilt University, although he did hint that the chance to play for his grandfather's old team could change his mind. But since the Red Sox organization seems to have forgotten how to spell one of the most revered last names in team history, perhaps Vanderbilt's a better fit right now. Y-A-S-T-R-Z-E-M-S-K-I.

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