Found November 23, 2011 on NESN.com:
The Red Sox manager's position remains open, although the number of candidates seems to be dwindling a bit. One of the names that's still being discussed in conjunction with the job is Bobby Valentine, who would bring a unique managerial style to the club. The Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo dropped by Red Sox Hot Stove Live to answer some questions submitted by fans. One fan asked what Valentine would bring to the table should he be given the job. Cafardo said that you won't find a better in-game manager than Valentine, and said that Valentine would immediately make his presence...
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