With the out-of-left field announcement Wednesday that they had traded for Pittsburgh first baseman Adam LaRoche, the Boston Red Sox added depth and additional questions surrounding their corner infielder position situation.But who is this guy they just traded for? Apparently, a second-half stud.- The 30-year-old is an Orange County, CA, native that turns 31 this November.- Originally drafted by Atlanta, LaRoche played three seasons for the Braves, achieving career bests in 2006 with a .285 average, 32 home runs, 90 RBI and 89 runs.- He was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates after that career year as part of a four-player trade but has yet to realize the same success. His average has hovered in the .270's with home run totals in the mid-20s since the deal, but his RBIs have stayed...

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