… I’ll give you a hint, it’s a guy who played a key role for the 2004 Red Sox as the team ended it’s 86-year World Series title drought. But no, it’s not Manny Ramirez. The Dodgers have agreed to terms with … Doug Mientkiewicz, according to two sources who spoke on condition of anonymity. Did I get you excited? It’s not official yet because he hasn’t passed a physical, and I believe it’s a minor-league deal. But he also might have a good chance of making the club to fill that role that Nomar Garciaparra filled last year. He is supposed to arrive in camp sometime today. He hit .277 in limited action (285 ABs) with the Pirates last year, but he also had a .374 on-base percentage and walked 44 times while striking out only 28 times.