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Terry Francona

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  • Bobby Valentine to manage the Boston Red Sox

     
    The Associated Press is reporting that the Boston Red Sox have hired Bobby Valentine to be their new manager, replacing the departed Terry Francona. Their source? Tommy Lasorda. "He's got it. I just spoke to him a little while ago,"......
  • 2012 ESPN Sunday Night Baseball schedule

     
    ESPN announced the early part of its 2012 MLB Sunday Night Baseball schedule, which begins April 8 with the Chicago White Sox at the Texas Rangers. Viewers will be treated to plenty of the New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox, the Texas Rangers, the St....
  • 2012 Major League Baseball national TV schedule

     
    Like Channel Guide Magazine on Facebook and get a FREE printable MLB national TV schedule! When it came to offseason dealing in Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Angels were on a celestial plane. The Angels landed baseball’s biggest free-...
  • Padres' Bud Black, Twins' Ron Gardenhire win Manager of Year awards

     
    Ron Gardenhire, who led the Minnesota Twins to the American League playoffs despite losing his closer for the entire season and his cleanup hitter for half the season, and Bud Black, whose San Diego Padres remained alive in the National......
  • Tim Wallach, Terry Francona among seven selected to National College Baseball Hall of Fame

     
    Dodgers coach Tim Wallach and Boston Red Sox Manager Terry Francona head a seven-man class selected Monday to the National College Baseball Hall of Fame. Wallach led Cal State Fullerton to the 1979 College World Series championship, as a first......
  • SANDBERG IN A RED SOX UNIFORM? IT COULD'VE HAPPENED ...

     
    The first call Ryne Sandberg fielded last fall when it was announced he was leaving the Cubs organization was from the Phillies. The second was from the Boston Red Sox. Both clubs were looking for Triple-A managers after the Phillies dismissed Dave...
  • Jered Weaver-Clay Buchholz matchup a tough one to stomach

     
    There's a chance things could get a little messy on the Fenway Park mound Monday night when two pitchers battling stomach sickness square off in the first game of a four-game series between the Angels and Boston Red Sox. Unbeaten......
  • The Sports Guy goes Hollywood: Can Bill Simmons make Grantland a must read for pop culture lovers?

     
    ESPN's Sports Guy Bill Simmons talks about how his new Grantland sports and pop culture site is making connections between the worlds of sports and show business...
  • Bill Plaschke: Why does MLB allow arguments with umpires?

     
    Why does baseball continue to let its uniformed personnel argue with umpires? Why is this the only sport where these childish rebellions against authority are not only accepted, but condoned and sometimes even celebrated?...
  • Bill Plaschke: It's fun watching the Red Sox lose

     
    The Boston Red Sox are choking, and I’m loving it. Seven years after they broke an 86-year-old curse, I’m loving it that a different curse has seemingly returned. The Curse Of Those Who Forget Who They Were. Back in 2004,......
  • Red Sox on verge of greatest collpase in baseball history

     
    t’s the tale of two cities as the 2011 Major League baseball season comes down to a two-game shootout involving the Tampa Bay Rays and the Boston Red Sox. The teams are deadlocked in the scramble for the AL wild card....