Found November 03, 2011 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Terry Francona
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
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Dale Sveum was back in Boston. The former Red Sox third base coach was in town recently to interview for the Red Sox vacant managerial role. Sveum was in Boston from 2004-05, helping out former Brewers teammate and then-Boston manager Terry Francona win the club's first World Series title in almost 90 years. As if he needs any more information than that on his resume, check out his background below. Age: 47 Birthplace: Richmond, Cali. Playing experience: Played in a total of 12 major league seasons between 1986 and 1999 as an infielder ... spent time with Milwaukee, Seattle, Philadelphia,...
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