Found May 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
Whether the Red Sox win or lose, manager Bobby Valentine always has something interesting to say. NESN is asking fans to submit questions for Bobby V to answer on The Bobby Valentine Show by sending them to NESN's Twitter handle using the hashtag #AskBobby. Fans can also leave questions in the comments section below, on Facebook or by sending in questions to his mailbag. Bobby Valentine was named the 44th manager in Red Sox history on Nov. 21, 2011. Valentine came to the Red Sox after managerial stints with the Texas Rangers, Chibe Lotte Marines of the NPB and New...
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