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We've seen over the past week just how demanding it can be to work in the Boston baseball marketplace. Terry Francona could have managed his team to a third World Series title this year had a few things bounced his way.
Instead, he's now out of a job. GM Theo Epstein might soon leave the team as well, according to the latest reports.
Francona's predecessor? That would be Grady Little, who came within five outs of going to the World Series in 2003, only to stick with starter Pedro Martinez a little too long in the famed Aaron Boone Game 7 of the ALCS.
Yes, the bar is raised pretty high in Beantown.
The folks in Boston are speculating about who will take over for Francona. It's a lot like the New York speculation about how it's inevitable any player in the top 10 percentile of league talent will make his way to the Yankees via free agency or forcing a trade.
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