Found September 26, 2012 on NESN.com:
BOSTON –– Per usual, Bobby Valentine spoke to the media before Wednesday's game. But given the uncertainty surrounding his job, it could signal the Red Sox skipper's final game at Fenway Park. Valentine, however, approached the session with a relaxed attitude. When asked about any regrets from the 2012 season, the 62-year-old stuck to his guns and backed all his decisions. "Not much I would have done differently, I don't think, other than I think I would have kept the beer in the clubhouse," Valentine joked. "I think I could have used it after a few of these games this...
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