Found October 27, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Since the day the Boston Globe released its atom bomb of a story about the collapse of the 2011 Boston Red Sox, we have heard a number of different reactions to the idea of drinking in the clubhouse. Some believe there is no place for beer during the game while others admit to having enjoyed [...]
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Joe Torre, Joe Maddon, Ron Gardenhire, Charlie Manuel and now Jim Chester.
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The turmoil surrounding the Red Sox is fading. The focus on the future is sharpening. The team that made headlines the past two months for collapsing in September, drinking in the clubhouse and waiting for their general manager to leave can devote itself to building for next season. Despite those issues, new GM Ben Cherington says the Red Sox will be a very good team in 2012.
Let the managah hunt begin.
Let the rostah hypothesizing unfold.
Meet the new offseason. As intense as the old onseason.
You cannot escape the pull of the Red Sox orbit.
Mailbag: Theo takes over in Chicago, Red Sox promote Cherington, and Angels search for Reagins' replacement. It all makes for a very interesting offseason.
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