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Theo Epstein left the Boston Red Sox about two years ago, but he didn’t leave Boston for good. During the MLB offseason, he and his family would retreat to their Chestnut Hill, Mass., home and take in the sights of the city Epstein once helped bring the Commissioner’s Trophy to.
Now, it seems as if Epstein is ready to sever all ties. The Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations bought the house for $2.35 million six years ago and is now selling it for $3.65 million.
The home is located in Brookline, Mass., a suburb of Boston. Although it looks like a modest home with a white picket fence and freshly trimmed grass, don’t be fooled. It is a multimillion-dollar mansion that comes with all the bells and whistles.
Six bedrooms, five baths and a two-car garage fit Epstein’s family of three comfortably. The master suite has a walk-in closet, fireplace and spa bath. Originally built in 1898, it has been updated to accommodate all sorts of entertainment, including a guest suite on the t...
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The Boston Red Sox were robbed of scoring the tying run during Monday night's game against the Tampa Bay Rays due to a blown call at home plate. The blown call made all the difference in the game and could end up deciding who wins the American League East division at the end of the season.
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The Red Sox front office is smart. They have a significant amount of resources, and they use them well. In the trade announced late Tuesday night, in which they sent Jose Iglesias to Detroit in a three-way deal for Jake Peavy, Boston used those resources well.
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Sox complete 15th inning win
Boston used a total team effort to come from behind and beat the Seattle Mariners Wednesday night. They got a strong performance from starter John Lackey, they got some timely hits, and played strong defense to earn their second win in a row at Fenway Park. Even though the middle of the order didn't get it...
Edwin Jackson pitched eight solid innings, David DeJesus drove in three runs and the Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-1 on Wednesday night to salvage the finale of the four-game series.
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Jose Iglesias, traded to the Tigers Tuesday, tweeted out his farewell to Fenway today.
A big thank you to the @RedSox organization and all of #RedSoxNation for all the love and support these first years of my career. Los amo!
— Jose Iglesias (@JoseIglesias_SS) August 1, 2013
The Red Sox will host Iglesias and the Tigers for a three-game series beginning...
First Pitch: Tuesday 7:10, Wednesday 7:10, Thursday 7:10
Arms: Tuesday: Joe Saunders, LHP (9-9, 4.48 ERA) vs. Brandon Workman, RHP (0-1, 4.40 ERA)
Wednesday: Hisashi Iwakuma, RHP (10-4, 2.87 ERA) vs. John Lackey, RHP (7-8, 3.19 ERA)
Thursday: Felix Hernandez, RHP (11-4, 2.34 ERA) vs. Ryan Dempster, RHP (6-8, 4.24 ERA)
You won’t find many throwaway games on the Red Sox’ second-half schedule.
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