Boston Red Sox  Dustin Pedroia  celebrates scoring with teammates on a walk off of Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Kevin Gregg  during the eighth inning of their MLB American League baseball game in Toronto April 27, 2010 (Reuters Pictures)

Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia has a message for the “fans of New England”. Here’s what he said courtesy of Rob Bradford of

“To the fans of New England,” the second baseman began.

“Everybody can be [expletive] happy when you’re [expletive] 30-1, but what is everybody going to do when we’re 12-14? Are you going to show up to work the next day and write an [expletive] story? Hell no. You’re going to write the best story of your life. We’re going to try and play the best [expletive] game of our life tomorrow. That’s what you’ve got to do when you’re 12-14. Don’t put your head down and mope. Grind it out. You believe. That’s what we’re built on.”

I wonder if he read what Michele wrote yesterday without the cuss words.

And by the way, this is just another reason in the millions to love Pedroia.