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Red Sox Acquire Giants Infielder Eduardo Nunez

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Since April 2016, Erol Onel, MD, has served as the vice president for Heron Therapeutics, based in La Jolla, California. In this capacity, he works closely with a team in hopes of getting a long-acting but non-opioid pain medication approved. Outside of his professional life, Dr. Erol Onel is a fan of the Boston Red Sox MLB team.

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Red Sox Acquire Giants Infielder Eduardo Nunez

  1. 1. Red Sox Acquire Giants Infielder Eduardo Nunez Erol Onel
  2. 2. Introduction • Since April 2016, Erol Onel, MD, has served as the vice president for Heron Therapeutics, based in La Jolla, California. In this capacity, he works closely with a team in hopes of getting a long-acting but non-opioid pain medication approved. Outside of his professional life, Dr. Erol Onel is a fan of the Boston Red Sox MLB team. In late July, the Red Sox acquired former San Francisco Giants player Eduardo Nunez, trading the infielder for Gregory Santos and Shaun Anderson, two minor league right-hand pitchers. Announced after a San Francisco win over the Pittsburgh Pirates, the deal was first confirmed the previous night via Fox Sports reporter, Ken Rosenthal. Nunez started his MLB career with the Yankees, where he learned the game from team greats like Robinson Cano and Derek Jeter. After New York, Nunez played for Minnesota before his brief run with the Giants this year. Giants manager Bruce Bochy praised the 30-year-old Nunez, saying that he is “very talented,” and that, “he can play anywhere.” Nunez, himself, said he is excited for the opportunity to play for a championship team.

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