Found October 05, 2012 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: Curt Schilling
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Renowned business man Curt Schilling recently filed for bankruptcy protection because he took out a ton of loans and couldn’t generate adequate revenue from his failed video game venture called 38 Studios. Just another ex-ath-a-lete to blow all his money, eh? From the report: Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says potentially having to [...]

Schilling may have to sell bloody sock

Curt Schilling may have to sell the famous bloody sock because he listed it as collateral in a bankruptcy filing for his now-failed video game venture.

Terry Francona Weighs In on Bobby Valentine's Exit, Sees Red Sox' Glass as 'Half Full'

As everyone probably knows by now, Bobby Valentine is out as manager of the Red Sox. If this is news to you, welcome back to Earth. With Valentine's departure, Boston now needs to begin its search to find a new skipper. Following a 100-year Fenway Park celebration that yielded very little to celebrate about in terms of this year's team, the Sox are headed in another direction...

That’s A Wrap On Bobby V In Boston

Junichi Tazawa deserves a spot in the Red Sox bullpen in 2013. Today the Red Sox fired manager Bobby Valentine.  That was a surprise to no one as the team has it’s worst season since 1966.  Valentine may have been brought in as just a flashy name and pose as damage control.  Well more drama happened this season than an episode of  Jersey Shore.  Between the players not liking...

Bobby Valentine Never Inherited Situation to End Sense of Entitlement in Boston

One year later, the Red Sox have fired another manager –– yet again. While Bobby Valentine deserves to share his brunt of the blame, he isn't entirely responsible for the team's failure. When he was hired last December, the Red Sox wanted to change the culture. After the Red Sox had taken advantage of Terry Francona's laissez-faire attitude, Valentine was tapped as...

Red Sox Insist Next Manager Will Have 'Major Role' In Choosing Coaches to Help Improve Communication

BOSTON -- Bobby Valentine was the king of passive, aggressive remarks. On one hand, Valentine contended that he -- not the front office -- selected his coaching staff. Later on, he described the process of choosing coaches "as fine, but difficult" and cited communication issues with his staff. "I just think there's an information flow that's needed in any organizational...

BREAKING: Red Sox Dismiss Manager Bobby Valentine

The Boston Red Sox has announced that manager Bobby Valentine would not return for the 2013 season. This comes as no surprise as the Red Sox struggled mightily this season and Valentine clashed with veterans, coaches, and front office officials. The Red Sox finished last in the AL East and had the team's worst record since 1964. Red Sox team president Larry Lucchino said...

Bobby V will not return to Boston

BOSTON, MA - The Boston Red Sox today announced, following a meeting among team leaders and Manager Bobby Valentine, that Bobby will not return in 2013. A search for a new manager will begin immediately."Our 2012 season was disappointing for many reasons," said Executive Vice-President/General Manager Ben Cherington, who made the announcement and who...

Red Sox Wrap Up Eventful Season With Loss, Have to 'Wait 'Til Next Year' for Chance at Redemption (Video)

It's over. That's the most we can say about the Red Sox season as the book closes on Game 162, the last in a series of ignomious losses. The Sox lost 93 games this year, the most they have in quite some time, and -- hopefully -- the most they will for many years to come. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette is tying a bow on this season by awarding Dustin Pedroia our "Wait...

Red Sox, Bobby Valentine End Challenging Season With One Last Lopsided Loss

Editor's note: is going to tell the story of the 2012 Red Sox in Bobby Valentine's words. Each game day, we will select a Valentine quote that sums up the day for the Red Sox. The torture has ended. With a 14-2 loss to the Yankees on Wednesday, the Red Sox finished the 2012 regular season with a record of 69-93 and the franchise's worst winning percentage (.425...

Red Sox Fire Manager Bobby Valentine

Boston, MA (Sports Network) - The Boston Red Sox have fired manager Bobby Valentine after just one season. Boston finished the 2012 season last...

Red Sox dismiss Valentine

Bobby Valentine lasted one season in Boston.The Red Sox announced via Twitter that the beleaguered skipper won't return in 2013, one day after the team concluded a 93-loss season "Our 2012 season was disappointing for many reasons," Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said in a statement. "No single issue is the reason, and no single individual is to blame...

2012 Red Sox Say "Sayonara"

You didn't really expect the Red Sox to win Wednesday night, did you? Making what was likely his final start for the Red Sox, Daisuke Matsuzaka (pictured) didn't make it through the 3rd inning as the Yankees touched him for 5 runs on 6 hits and a walk to clinch the American League Eastern Division crown with a 14-2 win over the Red Sox.Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson...

Red Sox fire Bobby Valentine

After a looooooooooong season in Boston, the Red Sox announced that they have fired manager Bobby Valentine. Valentine went 69-93 in his only season in Boston which was plagued by poor decisions and comments he made both on and off the field Red Sox President/CEO Larry Lucchino said in a press release, “This year’s won-loss record reflects a season of agony.” From Spring Training...

Bobby Valentine officially fired in Boston

We touched on it yesterday, but now it's official: Bobby Valentine's brief tenure as Red Sox manager is over. I'm not going to reiterate everything I said yesterday, but all the points are still valid. Valentine was never accepted by anyone in Boston: the team's front office, the players, the fans, the one wanted him there aside from Red Sox ownership...
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